Provost's Seminar on Teaching "Building a Community Around Disciplinary Approaches to Investigating Student Learning"

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Web Resource
Resource Description:

 

Original Publication Year:
2017
Resource Title:
University of Michigan Provost's Seminar on Teaching (PSOT) Winter 2015: "Transformed: Foundational Courses for a Third Century"
Source:
CRLT
Course Type:
All

Introductory Remarks

Matthew Kaplan, Executive Director, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching                                                                                  Tracy de Peralta, Clinical Associate Professor of Dentistry                                                                                                                          Ginger Shultz, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

 

Keynote Address

Michelle Smith, Associate Professor of Biology, Cornell University

Click here to view the Introductory Remarks and Keynote Address

 

​​Concurrent Sessions

Session 1:  Stages of a Progect; How to Ask and Answer Questions
Session 2:  Making Space for this Work in your Portfolio of Scholarships
Session 3:  U-M Examples: How do you Measure things that are Hard to Measure?

 

Advisory Committee for Winter 2019 Provost’s Seminar on Teaching

Chandra Alston, Assistant Professor, Education

Tracy de Peralta, Clinical Associate Professor, Dentistry

Cindy Finelli, Professor, Engineering; Professor, Education

Carlos Gonzalez, Associate Professor, Dentistry

James Holloway, Vice Provost for Global Engagement and Interdisciplinary Academic Affairs

Matthew Kaplan, Executive Director, CRLT

Mika LaVaque-Manty, Associate Professor, Political Science; Associate Professor, LSA Honors; Associate Professor, Philosophy

Malinda Matney, Director of Assessment, CRLT

Tim McKay, Professor, Physics; Professor, Astronomy; Professor, Education

Ginger Shultz, Assistant Professor, Chemistry

Brad Smith, Professor, Art and Design

Tessa Tinkle, Professor, English Language and Literature