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TLC Workshop: New Space, New Opportunities

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “New Space, New Opportunities,” April 6, 2016. Presented by Dr. Lynn Neal, Department for the Study of Religions Recently a number of classrooms were renovated across campus to encourage more active teaching and…

Dr. Lynn Neal, Department for the Study of Religions

TLC Workshop: Maximizing Student Performance in Lecture By Providing...

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “Maximizing Student Performance in Lecture By Providing Clear Expectations,” March 29, 2016. Presented by Dr. David Wren, Chemistry Department. Learn how to increase student performance and motivation by using different methods to…

Dr. David Wren, Chemistry Department

TLC Workshop: New Spaces, New Opportunities

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “New Spaces, New Opportunities,” March 23, 2016. Presented in the newly redesigned classroom, Tribble C3, by Laura Giovanelli, English and Dr. Dana Gierdowski, English (North Carolina State University). Whiteboards on wheels, movable…

Laura Giovanelli and Dana Gierdowski

Flipping Your Class: Designing Multimedia Content

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “Flipping Your Class: Designing Multimedia Content,” March 15 & 16, 2016. Presented by Dr. Kristi Verbeke, Teaching and Learning Center and Sarah McCorkle, Instructional Technology Specialist. In this working session, we discussed good principles of…

An Easier Way of Teaching Writing (and Literature!) in...

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “An Easier Way of Teaching Writing (and Literature!) in the Foreign Languages,” February 24, 2016. Presented by Dr. Tina Boyer and Dr. Alyssa Howards, Department of German and Russian. This workshop is based…

Dr. Tina Boyer and Dr. Alyssa Howards

Speed Up with Specifications Grading

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “Speed Up with Specifications Grading,” September 30, 2015. Presented by Dr. T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Department of Classical Languages. Learn about a new method of assessment published in Linda Nilson’s recent book, Specifications Grading….

Dr. T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Department of Classical Languages

“Flipping Your Class”: Tips and Strategies

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “Flipping Your Class: Tips and Strategies,” October 13, 2015. Presented by Dr. Christa Colyer, Chemistry Department, and Dr. Kristi Verbeke, Teaching and Learning Center. Are you thinking about flipping your classroom or…

Christa Colyer, Chemistry Department

How to Gamify Your Course and Make Your Teaching...

Presentation for the TLC by T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Games offer many effective tools for motivating players to learn and practice and develop skills. Learning? Practice? Skill development? That’s what teaching is all about! During this workshop, Dr. Gellar-Goad…

Dr. T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Department of Classical Languages

First-Year Writing and Expert Writing: What Linguistic Patterns in...

Discussed during the TLC Workshop, “First-Year Writing and Expert Writing: What Linguistic Patterns in Student and Published Writing Tell Us About Academic Arguments and Student Writing Needs,” October 1, 2014. Presented by Dr. Laura Aull, Department of English. Since the 1890s, the…

Dr. Laura Aull, English Department, Wake Forest University

First Year Students: What they Know (and Don’t Know)...

Discussed during the TLC Workshop, “Wake Forest 2014 First Year Students: What they Know (and Don’t Know) about Academic Writing and Reading,” September 10, 2014. Presented by Dr. Laura Aull, Department of English. Based on written essays and surveys from the…

Dr. Laura Aull, English Department, Wake Forest University

Research, Writing and Oral Communications: A Strategy for Creating...

PowerPoint Handout from the Workshop: A Strategy for Creating Discussion-Based Course Journal article: Creating Discussion-Based Courses

David Yamane (Department of Sociology Wake Forest)

Research, Writing and Oral Communications: Responding to Student’s Writing

Responding to Students’ Writing: When Less is More Handout: Responding to Students’ Writing: When Less is More

Tom McGohey (Director, WFU Writing Center)

Millenial Students

Discussed during the April 8, 2013, Office of Multicultural Affairs and TLC workshop series, Engaging and Supporting the Wake Forest Student: Pedagogical Approaches to Success Download the Presentation: Millenial Students

Wake Forest University

Motivating Students to be Better Writers

Power Point and handout. Discussed during the TLC workshop, “Motivating Students: Supporting Better Writing” Powerpoint: Motivating Students to be Better Writers Handout: Motivating Students to be Better Writers

Kristi Verbeke (Teaching and Learning Center)

Working with Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD

Discussed during the March 4, 2013, Office of Multicultural Affairs and TLC workshop series, Engaging and Supporting the Wake Forest Student: Pedagogical Approaches to Success. Presentation: Working with Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD

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How to Respond Constructively to English Language Learners’ (ELLs)...

Discussed during the TLC Workshop, “How to Respond Constructively to English Language Learners’ (ELLs) Writing,” February 6, 2013. Handout: How to Respond Constructively to English Language Learners’ (ELLs) Writing Handout: Responding Constructively to English Language Learners’ (ELL) Writing

Zak Lancaster (Department of English)