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Teaching Experience Workshop

The 35th CALS Teaching Experience June 12-13, 2024  

Giving and Getting More than Grades: Using Feedback to Promote Learning

Registration is now open!

 

Sponsored by the CALS Office of Curriculum Development and Instructional Support and the CALS Support of Teaching and Learning Committee (CSTL)

This is an in-person event and is open to all Cornell instructors.


 

Join us in this two-day teaching experience workshop as we explore how to promote student engagement and success in the classroom.

This workshop offers:

  • Information and resources to support your teaching

  • Practical examples and hands-on opportunities to implement teaching practices

  • Opportunities to extend your teaching and learning network

Snacks and lunch will be provided.

Seats fill up quickly, so register today.


 

Schedule of Events

June 12th

9:00-10:00       Introductions

10:00-11:00     Session I. Instructor-to-Student Feedback: Creating a Culture of Student Use of 

                        Feedback in your Classroom

11:15-12:15     Session II. Instructor-to-Student Feedback: Exploring Alternative Assessments

12:15-1:00       Lunch

1:00-3:15         Session III.  Instructor-to-Student Feedback: Effective Classroom AI Strategies

3:15-4:00         Reflection and wrap-up

 

June 13th

9:00-9:45         Warm-up activity

9:45-12:00       Session IV. Peer-to-Peer Feedback: Growing Teaching Practices and Cultivating 

                        Student Learning Through Observations and Thoughtful Feedback

12:00-1:30       Working Lunch. Student-to-Instructor Feedback: Using Student Course Evaluations 

1:30-2:00         Reflection, wrap-up, and evaluations

 


 

In an effort to promote sustainability and reduce our environmental impact, we will not be providing printed materials such as schedules, agendas, or handouts. Instead, we will be providing all necessary information and resources digitally. Paper versions of materials can be requested via the registration form.

Please bring a laptop, tablet, or other internet-accessible device to access the digital resources and participate in activities during the event.

You are also encouraged to bring your own water bottle and name tag if you have one.

The CALS Teaching Experience is offered at no cost to participants, thanks to support from the CALS Office of Academic Programs and the CALS Office of Curriculum Development and Instructional Support.

 

For more information, contact Christina Schmidt at cms536 [at] cornell.edu (cms536[at]cornell[dot]edu).