Events

SPRING EVENTS

Jan
02
Thu

Spring Breakfast & a Book: How Learning Works

Jan
17
Fri

The Teaching & Learning Center announces its spring semester Breakfast & a Book will be How Learning Works: 7 Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching (2010).  Ambrose et al present the bridge of classroom strategies that connects educational research and practical application.  Each of the twenty selected participants will receive a copy of the book as well as light break

SPRING - Basic Screen Recording and Video Editing

Jan
30
Thu

Join us in the Noel Studio Conference Room as Chris Daniel facilitates a how-to session in basic recording and editing, using available software.  This session should be of particular interest to those desirous of flipping their classroom. 11:30 am - 12:30 pm.  A light lunch will be provided.

Flipping Your Classroom

Feb
13
Thu

Reservations are required and may be made at the Noel Studio website.  Sign up now for a session in the Noel Studio Disvocery Classroom.  Rusty Carpenter, Hal Blythe, and Charlie Sweet will facilitate a discussion of the rationale behind this pedagogical approach, demonstrating how to use creative thinking strategies with it.          

Creating Significant Learning Experiences

Feb
21
Fri

Famed theorist of backward design, Dee Fink, will be on campus to present a day-long workshop.  For complete information, please go to the Academic Affairs website.

What I learned at the Lilly Conference on College Teaching & Learning

Feb
24
Mon

Join us in the Faculty Lounge as Kristen Causey, Jarrod Thaxton, and Beth Polin facilitate a discussion about current pedagogical trends and concepts demonstrated at the Lilly conference 2013.  11:15 am.  A light lunch will be provided.

Teaching Creatively

Mar
27
Thu

As a companion to Flipping Your Classroom, this session will be held in the Noel Studio Discovery Classroom and will require reservations (found at the Noel Studio website).  Facilitated by Rusty Carpenter, Charlie Sweet, and Hal Blythe, this session will concentrate on the creative thinking strategies found in Teaching Creative Thinking (2013).  A light lunch will be served.

Scholarship Week

Apr
14
Mon

April 14-18, 2014.  Many events emphasizing the importance of scholarship will be held in the Crabbe Library.  For a complete schedule, go to the Noel Studio website.

The 2014 Kentucky Pedagogicon Conference

May
16
Fri

 The 2014 Kentucky Pedagogicon: An intense, one-day conference sponsored by the Council on Postsecondary Education. May 16, 2014, in the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. Conference theme: PRACTICING SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE TEACHING. Registration fee is $50. and the registration deadline is May 2, 2014.