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October 2020

Responding to Multilingual Writers: Evaluating and Grading Written Work

October 22
Microsoft Teams
Free

Drawing on research on multilingual writing development, this workshop highlights effective teaching strategies for supporting multilingual students as learners and writers.

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Teaching Effectively Online (Oct 26 – Nov 22)

October 26
Free Sold out

Teaching Effectively Online is a 4-week, cohort-based, online course that prepares faculty to teach online.

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Rubrics 101 & a Blackboard Rubrics Tool Demo

October 27
Microsoft Teams
Free

This workshop explores principles for making rubrics that work and will guide participants in determining whether rubrics are the right solution to the grading or responding challenges they want to address. We will also demonstrate integrating your rubrics into the Blackboard Rubric Tool.

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Rubrics 101 & a Blackboard Rubrics Tool Demo

October 28
Microsoft Teams
Free

This workshop explores principles for making rubrics that work and will guide participants in determining whether rubrics are the right solution to the grading or responding challenges they want to address. We will also demonstrate integrating your rubrics into the Blackboard Rubric Tool.

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Teaching in Tumultuous Times: A Faculty Panel

October 28
Remote
Free 76 spots left

This faculty panel will focus on ways to support both our students and ourselves during times of tumult and stress about events: the upcoming election, the pandemic, racialized police violence, social justice protests, and the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, to name a few.

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Student Voices Panel Discussion: Building Classroom Connection During a Pandemic

October 29
Microsoft Teams
Free 190 spots left

A panel of current UVM undergraduate students will share their perspectives on learning across modalities this fall, with a particular focus on how their faculty have addressed needs for connection and inclusion.

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November 2020

Contemplative Teaching and Learning: Sitting Alongside Students  in Uncertain Times

November 5
Free 30 spots left

Join with colleagues during this week of great uncertainty and anticipated change to practice together in community and learn how contemplative practices can be incorporated into the classroom experience. Contemplative practices encourage us to see things as they are while honoring the constantly changing nature of life. Contemplative teaching and learning practices invite the whole person into the classroom. Here, we may cultivate opportunities to sit alongside of students and share their experiences during these extremely challenging times. The intent…

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Identifying and Supporting Students of Concern

November 11
Microsoft Teams
Free 149 spots left

This important presentation will discuss current mental health and behavioral trends and challenges in today’s college student population. We will identify best practices for faculty and/or staff in identifying, supporting, and referring students with behavioral and/or mental health concerns within and outside the classroom.

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