Running on Empty After the Pandemic: Managing Our Own Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing in the Year Ahead Presenters: Mēgan Kersting, Associate Dean & Director, Center for Counseling & Personal Growth Whether you are teaching students or working with them in a supportive capacity, our jobs here at Clark typically demand a lot out of […]
Evolution of the College Classroom: Strategic Integration of Experiential Learning Presenters: Todd Bartlett, Director, Experiential Learning, School of Professional Studies Join this session to learn how to bring your classroom to life. Experiential learning can lead to improved engagement and greater satisfaction among students and drive a deeper connection with course content by integrating “real […]
Keeping the Best Bits: Technology and Teaching after COVID Presenters: Joanne Dolan, Director, Academic Technology Services The last year required all faculty to use technology more than ever before and in ways that they never imagined. This workshop talks about how to keep using technology to engage, assess and connect with students but this time, […]
Understanding Bias in the Classroom: Language, Microaggressions, and Social Justice Presenters: Andrew Stewart, Associate Professor, Psychology Whether we intend to or not, the impact of our actions in the classroom may impede academic performance and sense of belonging of minoritized students. In this session, we will examine how language communicates our biases and its impact […]
Presenters: Andrew Haggarty, Instruction/Reference Library, Laura Robinson, University Librarian, and Lawrence Bolduc, Access and Curricular Resources Librarian While online searches have made finding resources so much easier (farewell, card catalog), a lack of filtering and barriers to access still remain. In consequent, students could be left frustrated, discouraged, or disengaged from the learning experience. In […]
A new Earth conversation is a transformative climate initiative at Clark University. CETL continues the Pedagogical Deep Dive Series with a new Earth conversation (NEC) Collaborative Courses. Collaborative Courses are horizontal emergency and responsive to students' ideas and creativity. Faculty and students co-produce key course questions, activities and outcomes. This session will be moderated by […]
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Dialogues and discussion on First Year Intensive courses at Clark. Date: Oct 17th, 2018 Time: Noon to 1:30pm Location: Grace Conference Room
Discussion on effective teaching practices over lunch with faculty across disciplines Further details to come shortly. Please check back at a later date.