Virtual Meetings

Upcoming:


Colloquium

TBD – Check back soon to see when our next colloquium session will be held!

Virtual Meetings

Upcoming:


Brown Bag Discussions

January 26th from 12-1 pm central time!

“Incorporating activities that promote diversity and inclusivity into your classroom”

Facilitated by Drew Vartia, Blair Schneider: University of Kansas

You can join the meeting by clicking this link at the scheduled time: https://kansas.zoom.us/j/803705108

 

February 21st from 12-1 pm central time!

“Universal Design for learning, diversity and inclusion in education”

Facilitated by Amanda Modell: University of California Davis

Students have diverse needs and abilities, and require accessible education to excel. Universal design for learning is a framework that offers flexible, adaptable course and lesson design to meet students’ diverse needs. In this workshop, participants will learn the core components of university design and leave with actionable steps to implement them in their courses – with the potential to improve equitable outcomes for all students.

You can join the meeting by clicking this link at the scheduled time: https://kansas.zoom.us/j/674619241

Past Colloquia:

October 30th, 2017: University of Colorado Boulder TRESTLE Scholars

Presenters: Stephanie Chasteen, Research Associate Center for STEM Learning; Jenny Knight, Associate Professor in Biology; Rebecca Ciancanelli, McNeill Academic Coordinator and SASC STEM Coordinator

Couldn’t attend in person? No problem! Click the link above to see a recording of the session.


April 24, 2017: Queen’s University Colloquium

Presenters: Bei Cai, Teaching Fellow Department of Physics, Deena Salem, Teaching Fellow in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Natalie Simper, Project coordinator


March 27, 2017: KU Physics Highlights (Force Concept Inventories and Classroom Demonstrations)

Presenter: Chris Bruner, Teaching Fellow in the KU Department of Physics and Astronomy

Past Brown Bag Discussion:

November 20th, 2017 from 12-1 pm central time. Hosted by Bei Cai, Queen’s University; Marsha McCartney and Blair Schneider, University of Kansas

“An introduction to classroom observation tools: what are they and how can we use them to promote change?”

Couldn’t attend in person? No problem! Click the link above to see a recording of the session.


October 25th, 2017 from 12-1 pm Central time. Hosted by Molly McVey, University of Kansas

Development of a Training Program for Undergraduate Peer Mentors at KU

Couldn’t attend in person? No problem! Click the link above to see a recording of the session.


September 7th, 2017 from 12-1 pm Central time: “Using Action Research to Improve Undergraduate STEM Teaching”

Hosts: Emily Bonner, University of Texas San Antonio


May 1, 2017: Building and Sustaining Intellectual Communities around Teaching

Hosts: Dea Greenhoot, University of Kansas, and George Rehrey, Indiana University Bloomington


April 17, 2017: Designing Educational Innovations for Sustained Adoption

Presenter: Charles Henderson, Professor, Department of Physics and Mallinson Institute for Science Education, Western Michigan University

Facilitator: Stephanie Chasteen, University of Colorado Boulder


April 3, 2017: How can you run productive meetings about course development/transformation?


March 1, 2017: How can you facilitate development of learning goals with a faculty working group?

Facilitators: Stephanie Chasteen, University of Colorado Boulder, and Warren Code, University of British Colombia


December 1, 2016: Faculty Buy-In

Facilitators: Warren Code, University of British Colombia, and Stephanie Chasteen, University of Colorado Boulder


October 11, 2016: Facilitating Change in a Department

Facilitators: Stephanie Chasteen, University of Colorado Boulder, and Warren Code, University of British Colombia

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DUE1525775 (KU), DUE1525331 (CU) and DUE1525345 (UTSA). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.