SCSU Teaching Academy
You are invited to participate in the 2016 SCSU Teaching Academy on "Undisciplined Faculty: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Teaching Innovation" to be held Monday, May 23 and Tuesday, May 24, from 8:30am – 4:30pm, in Engleman A120. Join your colleagues for a refreshing professional development event featuring an interactive keynote, workshops by SCSU's model Teacher/Scholars on pedagogy, inquiry, technology, and student success, and informal dialogue.
The keynote, by Dr. Janina Lenger Tosic, is "Interdisciplinary Collaboration as a Jump into the Deep End: Jacuzzi or Arctic Ocean?" Dr. Tosic received her PhD in 2011 in the field of bioorganic chemistry at Bielefeld University, Germany. Since 2009 she is a faculty developer and consultant for curriculum (re)design within the European higher education system. Her focus is on project- and research-based as well as writing-intensive teaching and integrated curriculum design. Currently she works at a long-term change project with a department of engineering to revamp their first year curricular and extra-curricular activities by interdisciplinary team-teaching with the "natives." The keynote will focus on how students benefit from interdisciplinary courses, how to integrate interdisciplinary elements into your own teaching, and creating your own teaching vision.
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To celebrate our tradition of collaboration and innovation, we are hosting a Poster Session on Tuesday afternoon from 3:00 to 4:30pm in ENB 121. We encourage all faculty to share their creative activities. "Recycled," "gently used," recently presented, or works-in-progress are welcome. Interdisciplinary projects, collaborative faculty research, and Scholarship on Teaching and Learning (SoTL) are particularly encouraged.
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