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Ask an Undergrad: Consulting with Students about Your Course Materials (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session offers instructors the opportunity to receive feedback from CRLT’s undergraduate consultants about the inclusive dimensions of selected course materials (e.g. a portion of your syllabus, a writing assignment, a series of exam…

Teaching About Race & Ethnicity in Predominantly White Classrooms (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

This workshop is intended for instructors interested in learning how to ethically and effectively teach about race, ethnicity, and inequality in predominantly white classrooms. Instructors may worry that teaching about and discussing race and…

Teaching in Tumultuous Times: Making Choices About How to Address the World Beyond Your Classroom (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Racist fliers, hateful graffiti, hurricanes, mass shootings, emails threatening violence:  Students often report feeling alienated or confused when instructors in their courses do not acknowledge such unsettling events going on in the world…

Implementing Inclusive Teaching Principles in Your Courses (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Research on teaching and learning highlights the importance of an explicitly inclusive classroom climate for student learning. This includes the value of learning collaboratively with diverse peers and the benefits of intentionally connecting…

Gameful Learning Community of Practice (session 4) -
Faculty
Not eligible for Certificate

Gameful learning is a pedagogical approach that takes inspiration from how good games function and applies that to the design of learning environments. Gameful is grounded in  self-determination theory to build student autonomy,…

(Cancelled Event - this event will be rescheduled at later date) FCI Seminar Series - Student Commitment to STEM Education Reforms: Results from Evaluation of the Summer Institutes on Scientific Teaching -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

In this session, Mark Graham, a research scientist in STEM education at Yale University’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, will present results from the NSF-sponsored evaluation of the Summer Institutes on Scientific…

Gameful Learning Community of Practice (session 3) -
Faculty
Not eligible for Certificate

Gameful learning is a pedagogical approach that takes inspiration from how good games function and applies that to the design of learning environments. Gameful is grounded in  self-determination theory to build student autonomy,…

Using Digital Tools to Facilitate Student Collaboration *SESSION FULL -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

This workshop is now full.

The location of this workshop has changed to Palmer Commons - Great Lakes North - 4th Floor.

Please bring a charged device with you if you would…

FCI Seminar Series - Creativity and Imagination are Foundational: EECS 183 and PoliSci 101 -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

In this session, Mary Lou Dorf (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, EECS) and Mika LaVaque-Manty (Political Science) will share their experience with large courses in two very different fields that both tap into student…

Writing a Diversity Statement (Encore Session) -
Graduate Students
Not eligible for Certificate

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Increasingly, employers are interested in how prospective employees will contribute to organizational goals of diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a result, many academic employers…

"FEBRUARY 9TH RESCHEDULED EVENT!" FCI Seminar Series - Beyond Multiple Choice: Using Open-Ended Questions and Student Behavior Data to Promote Engagement and Understand Learning -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Large lecture courses often suffer from low participation. Many students are uncomfortable asking questions verbally during class. Using personal response systems, e.g., i>clicker, to ask multiple-choice (MC) questions is one…

Teaching in Teams: Working with Graduate and Undergraduate Students as Instructors -
Faculty
Not eligible for Certificate

Working with a team of Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs) and/or Undergraduate Teaching/Learning Assistants (UTAs and ULAs) creates instructional opportunities in large courses that may not be possible otherwise. In this session, we will share…

Engineering Education Research Day: Engineering Education Research Seminar -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Many faculty, staff, and students across the university are engaged in scholarly work in the field of engineering education. At this poster session, colleagues will share their research and scholarship on a variety of topics including…

Engineering Education Research Day: Your Research and the IRB: What You Need to Know  -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Many faculty, staff, and students across the university are engaged in scholarly work in the field of engineering education. At this poster session, colleagues will share their research and scholarship on a variety of topics including…

Engineering Education Research Day: 12th Annual Research and Scholarship in Education Poster Fair -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Many faculty, staff, and students across the university are engaged in scholarly work in the field of engineering education. At this poster session, colleagues will share their research and scholarship on a variety of topics including…

Teaching About Race & Ethnicity in Racially Homogeneous Classrooms (ENCORE SESSION - FULL) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

This workshop is full.

This workshop is intended for instructors interested in learning how to ethically and effectively teach about race, ethnicity, and inequality in racially homogeneous classrooms. Instructors may…

FCI Seminar Series - MWrite: Writing-to-Learn in Foundational Courses -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Writing-to-Learn is known to support deep conceptual learning and yet it is not widely adopted in courses at the college level. This presentation will begin by explaining the theoretical basis for writing-to-learn as well as the current…

The Power of Peer Review: Collaborative Learning in the Classroom and in Canvas -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

This workshop focuses on exploring strategies and technologies to consider when embedding peer review in your course. Participants will learn about best practices for integrating peer review into a course and discuss strategies to avoid potential…

Understanding How Stereotype Threat and Growth Mindset Affect Student Learning -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Research shows that when students worry about fulfilling a negative stereotype related to certain social identities, it can hurt their learning (a phenomenon known as stereotype threat). Research also shows that an instructor’s beliefs about…

Mentoring Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2

This interactive online workshop will prepare participants to mentor undergraduates and graduate students during research projects. There are many similarities between classroom teaching and guiding students through research projects, but also…

Engaging Students in Learning -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2

Creating a productive learning environment where students are engaged in critical thinking and problem solving can be challenging. In this session, participants will explore research-based teaching practices that can enhance student learning and…

Gameful Learning Community of Practice (session 2) -
Faculty
Not eligible for Certificate

Gameful learning is a pedagogical approach that takes inspiration from how good games function and applies that to the design of learning environments. Gameful is grounded in  self-determination theory to build student autonomy,…

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…
Teaching in Tumultuous Times: Making Choices About How to Address the World Beyond Your Classroom (ENCORE SESSION) -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Racist fliers, hateful graffiti, hurricanes, mass shootings, emails threatening violence:  Students often report feeling alienated or confused when instructors in their courses do not acknowledge such unsettling events going on in the world…

FCI Seminar Series - Focus on the "How," not the "What": Using Research to Inform Teaching -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Although there is often pressure for instructors to use “best practices” or the most effective teaching model, research on specific teaching models and strategies is mixed. There is overwhelming evidence that creating an autonomy-supportive…