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CUNY IT Conference is this Thursday and Friday

A reminder that this year’s CUNY IT Conference is this Thursday & Friday, December 5th & 6th, 2013. LOCATION: John Jay College 899 Tenth Ave. New York, NY 10019 TIMES: DAY 1 – Thursday, December 5th 12:00 PM – Registration *Located in … Continue reading

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upcoming ONLINE SUMMER faculty development workshops

Another great SUMMER online faculty development learning option: Now through June 11th, we have openings available for CUNY faculty interested in our two upcoming faculty development workshops, “Essential Instructional Design for Faculty” (June 17-24) and “The Art of Feedback” (July … Continue reading

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Summer Technology Boot Camp workshops for Faculty- register now June 18-20 August 20-22

FlyerSummerBootcamp_5-22-13-1 Congratulations faculty on making it through another graduation day! Summer vacation may have just started, though not for some who will be hard at work in our in-person Summer Boot Camp workshops and online workshops! We have two exciting … Continue reading

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Wednesday March 20 Tech Coffee break

Tomorrow, Wednesday March 20, stop by Carman 264 at noon and indulge yourself in a coffee break while you investigate the latest Web 2.0 collaboration tools. Register here! …for our tech workshop “Tools for Online Learning” at which we’ll be … Continue reading

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Discussion of Queensborough and Pathways on Brian Lehrer

There is a live conversation on Brian Lehrer (WNYC) occurring now re: Pathways (9-20-2012). It will be available taped. CUNY CAT committee member Phil Peccorino is speaking

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Graduate Teaching Fellow and New Adjunct Teaching Workshops- August 21-23

This summer the Office of Undergraduate Studies and Online Education at Lehman College is offering hands-on guidance to GTFs who are just starting out in their teaching roles. This intensive series of 3 five-hour in-person workshops will be held from 10 … Continue reading

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Why Do Teachers Like School? Lehman’s New Faculty Seminars

This spring, seven faculty members and two Teaching & Learning Commons staff members piloted a seminar grounded in Daniel T. Willingham’s book, Why Don’t Students Like School? Readings and discussions of Willingham’s cognitive science approach to teaching and learning were … Continue reading

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Mapping the Present, Modeling the Future: Lehman’s New Faculty Seminars

This last week, our new faculty applied Daniel T. Willingham’s cognitive science principles for learning to their current teaching practices. Using concept maps, we covered whiteboards with visual networks that spoke as much to our individual teaching styles as they … Continue reading

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Partners in Practice: Lehman’s New Faculty Seminars

Learning how we learn has been the focus of our new faculty seminar this term. This past week we shifted from thinking about how our students learn to thinking about how we as faculty learn in the somewhat ambiguous and … Continue reading

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Smart Juice: Is There a Magic Formula for Intelligence?

Post-spring recess, we are back to exploring Daniel T. Willingham’s Why Don’t Students Like School? with renewed appreciation for our own times of reluctance to be in the classroom. Spring fever hits tenure-track faculty just at the time when grading … Continue reading

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