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University of Michigan New Faculty Orientation - August 27, 2014 -
Faculty
Not eligible for Certificate
Faculty Panel: How Do We Teach About Privilege? -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate
Teaching about social justice, difference, and power brings many challenges and opportunities. Hear from accomplished U-M…
Canvas Faculty Learning Community: Advanced Discussion -
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Faculty
Not eligible for Certificate
This workshop has been cancelled due to low registration. If you would like the opportunity to schedule a private consultation to discuss Canvas, as it relates to…
FCI Seminar Series: Examining the Relationships between Constructions of Knowledge, Pedagogy, and Advancing Inclusion Across the Disciplines -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Due to a large number of registrants, the location has been changed to the Michigan League Henderson Room (3rd…

CANCELED- FCI Seminar Series: Faculty as Part of Campus Shared Leadership for Change -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

We apologize for the inconvenience but this seminar has been canceled. We will follow-up if and when it has been…

Six-Session Training for Diversity and Inclusive Teaching -
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Graduate Students
Requirement B1
Co-facilitated by staff from CRLT and The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR), this six-week seminar allows participants to both learn about and practice a range of effective facilitation strategies for use in U-M's multicultural classrooms…
Using Technology to Check Student Understanding and Provide Feedback: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology
In this online workshop, you will explore technologies that can be used to help check student understanding and provide feedback on student learning. You will have the option to explore these tools in the context of teaching concept based…
Using Technology to Check Student Understanding and Provide Feedback: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology
In this online workshop, you will explore technologies that can be used to help check student understanding and provide feedback on student learning. You will have the option to explore these tools in the context of teaching concept based…
Using Technology to Check Student Understanding and Provide Feedback: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology
In this online workshop, you will explore technologies that can be used to help check student understanding and provide feedback on student learning. You will have the option to explore these tools in the context of teaching concept based…
Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series - A Thousand Cuts: Responding to Student Climate Concerns (CRLT Players) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
Please join us for this OPENING EVENT of the Inclusive Teaching at Michigan series. Participants will engage with a new CRLT Players sketch focused on ways instructors can…
Annual Meeting on GSI Training & Supervision -
Not eligible for Certificate
The annual CRLT meeting on GSI training and supervision will focus on providing instructors strategies for support students facing mental health challenges. For the event, the CRLT Players will be performing the following sketch:
Next Steps With IT -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology
This is a hands-on session showcasing 4 technologies (Piazza, M+Box, Google Drive, and blogging) that GSIs might use in their classrooms. We'll start off with mini-intros/pitches for each of the technologies. Next, we'll have two segments…
CRLT Players Performance: Distress Signals -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2
This workshop asks instructors to consider their roles and responsibilities in supporting students who face mental health challenges. Built around two scenarios that present situations and dynamics teachers commonly encounter with their…
The Influence of Gender Stereotypes on Role Adoption in Student Teams -
Everyone
Drs. Lorelle Meadows and Denise Sekaquaptewa won a Best Paper Award for their research on student teams at the 2013 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference. Their work shows that, in Engineering 100 group projects,…
Foundational Course Initiative Seminar: Exploring Student Reasoning to Support Better Teaching -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate
This presentation demonstrates the use of discipline-based education research to inform curriculum development and enhance student learning in chemistry, with discussion of general implications for instructional teams engaged in evidence-…
Organize, Streamline, and Simplify: Teaching Efficiently With Technology *SESSION IS FULL* -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

In this interactive session, we will discuss some of the common challenges of being a GSI and share technology resources that can help you overcome them. Possible topics covered will include

Developing Your Teaching Philosophy -
Graduate Students
Not eligible for Certificate

Many academic employers require a teaching philosophy statement as part of the application process. In this interactive session, we will consider teaching philosophy statements as a particular type of academic writing.  We will…

Developing Your Teaching Philosophy -
Graduate Students
Not eligible for Certificate

Many academic employers require a teaching philosophy statement as part of the application process. In this interactive session, we will discuss research on hiring committees’ use of teaching philosophy statements, examine sample…

Developing Your Teaching Philosophy -
Graduate Students
Not eligible for Certificate

This session does NOT count for GSIs looking to make up missed orientation training.

Many academic employers require a teaching philosophy statement as part of the application process. In this interactive…
CRLT Players Performance: Distress Signals -
Faculty

This workshop asks instructors to consider their roles and responsibilities in supporting students who face mental health challenges. Built around two scenarios that present situations and dynamics teachers commonly encounter with their…

CRLT Players Performance: Distress Signals -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2

This workshop asks instructors to consider their roles and responsibilities in supporting students who face mental health challenges. Built around two scenarios that present situations and dynamics teachers commonly encounter with their…

Active Learning Laboratory: Advanced Practice Teaching -
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Graduate Students
Requirement B2
Choice of four sessions, February 3 & 4, 2016.
 
This session offers an opportunity to practice active learning techniques by presenting a lesson to a 
small peer group. In advance, participants review…
Managing Emergent Crises in Diverse Student Teams (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
Designing and supporting student teams can be tricky, especially when considering the range of identities, experiences, abilities, and personalities in our classrooms. Even so, research shows that when students learn alongside with diverse…
Student Learning and Analytics at Michigan (SLAM): Digital Badges and the Analysis of Learning & Educational Activity -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate
Digital badges are web-enabled tokens of learning and accomplishment. Unlike traditional grades, certificates, and transcripts, badges can include specific claims and detailed evidence in support of those claims. The Design Principles…
Opening Address by Associate Provost Hiram Fitzgerald, Michigan State University: Engaged Scholarship and Academic Values - A Broader Impact Through Community Engagement -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate
Dr. Hiram Fitzgerald is nationally recognized for his work on civic engagement. Undergirding his approach is the understanding that the academy is not the sole source of knowledge and expertise; both expertise and great learning opportunities…