Past Events

Materials from Past Events

September 13, 2017: Assigning Argument vs Analysis: What Research on Student Writing Tells UsDr. Laura Aull, Department of English

April 6, 2016: New Space, New OpportunitiesDr. Lynn Neal, Department for the Study of Religions

March 29, 2016: Maximizing Student Performance in Lecture By Providing Clear ExpectationsDr. David Wren, Chemistry Department

March 23, 2016: New Spaces, New Opportunities, Laura Giovanelli, English and Dr. Dana Gierdowski, English (North Carolina State University)
Video | Handout

March 15 & 16, 2016: Flipping Your Class: Designing Multimedia Content, Dr. Kristi Verbeke, Teaching and Learning Center and Sarah McCorkle, Instructional Technology Specialist
Presentation | Handout

February 24, 2016: An Easier Way of Teaching Writing (and Literature!) in the Foreign Languages, Dr. Tina Boyer and Dr. Alyssa Howards, Department of German and Russian
Presentation | Handout | Resources

February 9 & 10, 2016: Flipping Your Class: Designing Lesson Pages in Sakai, Dr. Kristi Verbeke, Teaching and Learning Center and Sarah McCorkle, Instructional Technology Specialist
Presentation | Sakai Guide

January 11, 2016: Facilitating Classroom Discussion about Charged TopicsDr. Rebecca Thomas and Dr. Jose Villalba, Office of the Dean of the College

October 13, 2015: “Flipping Your Class”: Tips and StrategiesDr. Christa Colyer, Chemistry Department and Dr. Kristi Verbeke, Teaching and Learning Center

September 30, 2015: Speed Up with Specifications GradingDr. T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Department of Classical Languages

September 9, 2015: Incoming WFU 2015 Students: What They Know (and Don’t Know) about Academic Reading and WritingDr. Laura Aull, Department of English