2016 – 2017 Past CELT Programs at the Ann Arbor Campus

Summer, 2016

CUAA Faculty Development Day

Thursday August 18, 1:30-3:30 (Krieger 101)
Led by Susan Gallanis and Elizabeth Evans

Blackboard Basics (with hands-on practice, bring your laptop)

Monday August 22, 1:00-2:30pm (Science 102)
Led by Justin Frisque and Susan Gallanis

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2016 – 2017 Past CELT Programs at the Mequon Campus

Here’s what the CELT has been up to since May, 2016:

Summer 2016

Summer Book Group – Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die

by Chip Heath and Dan Heath
Book group facilitated by Dean Arneson

Four Thursdays: June 16, June 30, July 14, July 28
All from 11:30-12:30 in R006

About the book: Why do some ideas thrive while others die? And how do we improve the chances of worthy ideas? In Made to Stick, accomplished educators and idea collectors Chip and Dan Heath tackle head-on these vexing questions. Inside, the Heath brothers reveal the anatomy of ideas that “stick” and explain sure-fire meth¬ods for making ideas stickier, such as violating schemas, using the Velcro Theory of Memory, and creating “curiosity gaps.”

New and Returning Faculty Development Day including face-to-face Blackboard Training

Chose from two dates:
Wednesday August 10 
Tuesday August 23

Schedule:

8:30-9:45 Crafting Your Syllabus – led by Elizabeth Evans
Includes using the Concordia syllabus template including the credit hour policy and Blackboard Learn information for students.

10:00-Noon Blackboard Basics – hands on practice included
Log in and basic navigation, add course content, set up grade center, grade assignments, open course to students.

Noon – 1:00 Lunch

1:15-2:15 Active Lecturing – led by Susan Gallanis
Learn strategies to maintain students’ attention when you lecture including effective PowerPoint design.

2:30-3:30 Blackboard More Tools
Embed a YouTube video, discussion forums, email/course messages, Panopto.

3:30-4:30 Blackboard Assessments and Rubrics
Create an assessment with 5 question types, create a question pool, create a rubric and grade using a rubric.

Using Panopto

Wednesday August 24, 10:00-11:00am in LU006
Led by Justin Frisque

Teaching via Video Conference

Wednesday August 24, 1:00-2:00pm in LU006
Led by Justin Frisque and Susan Gallanis

Supporting Students with Disabilities: Using Technology to Increase Access

Thursday August 25, 2:00-3:00 in Phar 039
Led by Ashley Mueller (LRC) and Susan Gallanis (CELT)

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CELT Newsletters: June 2016- May 2017

Here are all the CELT Newsletters for CUW and CUAA from June 2016 until May 2017:

DateCUWCUAA
June 2016CUW Newsletter
July/August 2016CUW NewsletterCUAA Newsletter
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CELT Newsletters: May 2015- May 2016

Here are all the CELT Newsletters for CUW and CUAA from April 2015 until May 2016:

DateCUWCUAA
May 2015 CUW NewsletterCUAA Newsletter
August 2015CUW Newsletter
September 2015CUW NewsletterCUAA Newsletter
October 2015 CUW Newsletter CUAA Newsletter
November 2015 CUW NewsletterCUAA Newsletter
December 2015 CUW Newsletter CUAA Newsletter
February and/or March 2016 CUW Newsletter CUAA Newsletter
April 2016 CUW Newsletter
May 2016 CUW NewsletterCUAA Newsletter
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Universal Design Tip Sheet

Course materials you develop using principles of Universal Design can benefit ALL students, not only those with disabilities. The Universal Design Tip Sheet explains how you can incorporate UD to your teaching strategies, document design, and Blackboard Learn text boxes. Universal Design Tip Sheet 06-24-2016

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2015 – 2016 CELT Programs Posters

CUW Posters

CUW Summer 2015 Program Poster
CUW Fall 2015 Programs Poster
CUW January 2016 Programs Poster
CUW Spring 2016 Programs Poster
CUW Faculty Institute Poster – May 2016

CUAA Posters

CUAA Fall 2015 Programs Poster
CUAA Spring 2016 Programs Poster
CUAA Faculty Institute Poster May 2016

 

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2016 CUAA Faculty Institute Handouts

Classroom Feedback Makeover: Learning Beyond Letter Grades – Session 1

Helping Students Build an Online Reputation System: The Digital Age Reputation System

Portfolio Options:

Weebly Faculty Institute 5.25.16 handout
Blackboard Portfolios Blackboard Portfolios Handout 05092016, How to: Blackboard Learn Portfolios 04082016
Optimal Resume Optimal Resume 05092016

Blackboard

Troubleshooting the Grade Center: Grade Center Troubleshooting Tips 05112016
Copy a Course: Copy a Course in Blackboard to Another Blackboard Course 06-02-2015
Copy Course Content (files and folders): Copy Course Content from Blackboard to Blackboard not a full course copy 05-18-2015
Copy a Test: Copy a Test from One Blackboard Learn Course to another Blackboard Learn Course Fall 2015 10132015

Clicker Alternatives for In-Class Polling

Kahoot: Kahoot_handout
Plickers: Plickers 05232016
Voting Cards: ABCD_Cardvoting_card_question_facilitationVoting_Cards_CELT_Workshop_160519

Flipped Classroom Tools:  Camtasia 05112016

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2016 CUW Faculty Institute Handouts

Below are the handouts and PowerPoints used during the CUW Faculty Institute, May 18-19, 2016 in Mequon.

Troubleshooting the Grade Center in Blackboard

Grade Center Troubleshooting Tips 05112016

Blackboard Group Tools

Creating Groups 0307216

Create and Grade a Group Assignment 03072016

Group Tools in Blackboard 05052016

Blackboard Portfolio

Blackboard Learn Portfolios 04082016

Universal Design for Learning

Content Design Supplemental Images 05172016

Convert a Scanned PDF to Recognizable Text 05182016

Universal Design for Learning PPT Notes 05172016

Good Practice: Copyright and Fair Use with Digital Content

Good Practice Copyright and Fair Use With Digital Content

IP Guide – revised 2016

Clicker Alternatives for In-Class Polling: High, Low, and No-Tech

ABCD_Card

Voting_Card_Question_Facilitation

Voting_Cards_CELT_Workshop_160519 (PPT)

Four Questions to Guide Course and Program Assessment

2 diagram Handout for Workshop

Four Questions to Guide Course and Program Assessment

Four Questions Powerpoint

My Courses

Updated Program Outcomes May 2016

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CITG 2016-2017 Applications Available

The Concordia Intramural Teaching Grant application information is now available for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Applications are due June 1, 2016.

Full-time faculty members at Mequon or Ann Arbor may submit applications for an innovative teaching project connected to a face-to-face or blended course they are scheduled to teach in the 2016-2017 academic year.

Funding supports the development, demonstration and evaluation of innovation in a particular course which is over and above normal teaching expectations. Examples might include a service learning project, developing a problem-based learning approach in a course, strategies to support measurement of student learning for a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) project, or a project that demonstrates the value of high-impact practices or the Concordia Principles for Good Practice in Teaching and Learning.

This grant is administered by the Director of the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT),  Elizabeth Evans who can be reached at 262 243 4283 or Elizabeth.evans@cuw.

CITG 2016-2017 Application and Policies

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Spring 2016 Programs Poster

Click here for a PDF of the Spring 2016 Program offerings at CUW.

 

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