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Course Redesign Institute for Active Learning


When:

Monday, May 15 – Tuesday, May 16

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Where:

Teaching Innovation Learning Lab


UofL is on a trajectory to introduce more active learning classrooms across campus. Join co-presenters Deandra Little (Elon University) and Michael Palmer (UVA) for this free, two-day institute.

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Speakers


Deandra Little, Ph.D.Deandra Little, Ph.D.
Director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning
Associate Professor of English
Elon University




Michael Palmer, Ph.D.Michael Palmer, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Teaching Excellence
Associate Professor and Lecturer in Chemistry
University of Virginia






Program Details

This highly interactive institute will feature mini-lectures and structured small-group opportunities to support your immediate application of concepts covered in the institute.


Institute Topics Include:


Location

The Institute will take place in the technology-enhanced active learning classroom in the Teaching Innovation Learning Lab (TILL).
Learn more about the TILL.


Who should attend?

The Institute is open to faculty across all disciplines and is ideal for those who teach year one and two General Education courses. Registration is limited to the first 60 qualified registrants.


Eligibility

The Course Redesign Institute for Active Learning welcomes all UofL faculty members, including tenured, tenure-track, term, full- and part-time. Graduate students are also welcome to register. However, due to space limitations, priority will be given to faculty. We ask that you be available and willing to attend both full days of the Institute. If you have a recurring teaching or meeting conflict during the institute time, we invite you to consider participating in a future iteration of this program so that those who are able to attend both full days are able to do so.