Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Upcoming CET Events

Course Design for Student Success: Supporting Diverse Student Populations

Friday, Oct 21, 2016 | Noon–1pm
ACB 238 - Lunch provided

Discover universal design for an inclusive classroom. In this active-learning workshop, participants will explore course design strategies that reduce educational barriers for USC’s diverse student populations. Feel free to bring your course syllabus. Instructional designers will be available for consultation after the workshop.

Presented by: CET Instructional Designers, Katie Guevara & Bob Sweeney


Tips on How to Manage Distracted Behavior in the Classroom: Student Perspectives

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016 | 12:30–1:30pm
DML 233 - Lunch provided

Hear from USC students and faculty on how to manage distracted behavior in the classroom.

Presented by: CET Faculty Fellow Ruth Chung, Rossier; CET Undergraduate Fellows Kshitij Kumar and Wilson Lin


Becoming Residential Faculty at USC: Best Practices & How to Apply for a Position

Wednesday, Nov 2, 2016 | Noon–1:00pm
Kaufmann 240 - Lunch provided

Join a panel of experts as they discuss the new USC Village and its open residential faculty positions. Learn the duties and parameters of the job, how to apply, and best practices from current resident faculty as well as from the Director of the Office of Residential Education.

Emily Sandoval, Director, Office of Residential Education and Brett Sheehan, Faculty Master, Parkside Arts & Humanities, and John Pascarella, Resident Faculty at Marks Tower, South Area. Moderated by Oliver Mayer.


Active Learning Meet-Up: Turning a Guest Speaker into an Active-Learning Opportunity

Tuesday, Nov 8, 2016 | 12:30pm–1:30pm
Herklotz Library DML G28 - Lunch provided

Monthly informal Active Learning Meet-Ups start with a demonstration of an active-learning strategy appropriate for classroom courses, followed by Q&A and an opportunity for faculty to share their own active-learning strategies. CET Instructional Designers will be available after the Meet-Up for impromptu consultations on course design and classroom practices. A different active-learning strategy will be featured each month.

Presented by: CET Instructional Designers, Katie Guevara & Bob Sweeney


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