In her Faculty Focus article, Maryellen Weimer writes about the experiences of four professors who incorporated concept maps into their courses, and the lessons they learn. Read about it here.
On November 21, 2014 CUW History Professor Susan Mobley presented “A Christian View of History”. Click here to view the recording. Click here to download the PowerPoint.
The Occupational Therapy Department has been undergoing a transition to add a blended learning option. On November 10, they shared their thoughts and experiences about the process. View the archived recording here.
October 29, Dr. April Folgert (Nursing), Dr. Wendy Goldbach (Occupational Therapy), and Dr. Rachel Pickett (Psychology) talked about how they incorporated faith and learning into their teaching. View the recording here. Below are links to the handouts. Faith Learning Presentation 2014 Folgert Ethics in Nursing Research Assign and Rubric Goldbach Scripture Handout Goldbach Service_Learning_Rubric2014 Pickett […]
To Thine Own Self Be True: What Do Shakespeare, Gilligan’s Island, Creativity, and Faith Have to Do with Your Teaching at CUW? If you missed Pastor Smith’s presentation, you can view the recording here. Here’s the handout.
An In-depth Look at CUW Graduation Rates Tammy Ferry and Paul Wangerin Monday, October 6, 2014 The Office of Institutional Research presents information about the four and six year graduation rates for traditional undergraduate students at Concordia University Wisconsin. This presentation provides more information as background to the request by Dr. Bill Cario that we […]
At the September 10 Lunch n’ Learn, Dr. William Cario talked about the Concordia Primer for Faith and Learning. He wrote this primer to give faculty, schools and departments an overview of Concordia’s stance as a Lutheran and Christian organization. This also serves as a tool to give faculty a clearer sense of institutional expectations […]
You have incorporated active learning into your courses. Have you gotten student comments similar to the above title? Read this thoughtful article from Dr. Maryellen Weimer, editor of the Teaching Professor blog and newsletter. She explains why you should continue incorporating active learning and the importance of informing your students.