CUW New and Returning Faculty Development Day – August 15, 2018

This Fall CELT staff led sessions throughout the day. Below are the related handouts:

Syllabus Development Workshop: Link to all resources for this session

Blackboard Basics: DOC

Faculty Resources: Faculty Resources August 2018

Active Lecturing: Active Lecturing Handout 2018 
During this session someone asked about  a comparison of Turning Point clickers vs. Plickers.  One of the session participants, Michael Borst, did some research related to this and has shared related student survey data which included a comparison: Student Perceptions of Plickers as an In-Class Learning Tool http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.36753.74083/1

Blackboard Assessments and Rubrics: DOC

CUW Syllabus Construction Workshop (August 15, 2018)

This Fall Elizabeth Evans and Kate Robertson led this session. Below are related handouts.

Course Design and Syllabus Construction Workshop Outline:  Link to Document

PowerPoint Slides:  Link to Document

Board Global Ends Policy Diagram: Link to Document

University Global Learning Outcomes: Link to Document

University Liberal Arts Outcomes and Proficiencies (ULOAs):  https://www.cuw.edu/about/offices/institutional-effectiveness/_assets/University%20Liberal%20Arts%20Outcomes%20and%20Proficiencies.pdf

Draft of Possible Evaluation of Instruction at CU Model:  Link to Document

Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy:  Link to Document

Bloom’s Taxonomy Verbs:  Link to Document

Bloom’s Taxonomy Wheel: http://www.heybradfords.com/moonlight/files/CV/ProfSampleFiles/CDWS/bloom_revised_taxonomy_fB1-graphic.jpg

Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Process Verbs, Assessments, and Questioning Strategies: https://www.cloud.edu/Assets/PDFs/assessment/revised-blooms-chart.pdf

Elements of the Concordia Syllabus: Link to Document

Syllabus Template, Instructions and Credit Hour Policy: http://celt.cuw.edu/syllabus-template-and-instructions/

Sample Syllabus Language for Behavioral Expectations: Link to Document

Fall 2018 Semester Schedule: Link to Document

Faculty Handbook Policies about LMS: Link to Document

Summer 2018 CELT Programs at CUW

Faculty and Staff Summer 2018 Book Group
“Gen Z: The Culture, Beliefs and Motivations Shaping the Next Generation”
with Elizabeth Polzin (Student Success) and Kurt Taylor (Theology).

Four Wednesdays: June 6, 13, July 11, 18, 2018
All from 11am to Noon in R006

There’s a new generation making up more than 25% of the US population and they’ve already arrived on CUW’s campus. Faculty and staff are welcome to register for this summer book group discussion of Generation Z. Due to the high cost of this book, it will be loaned to participants. Register with CELT to participate. Limit 18 people.

Concordia University Wisconsin Dissertation Boot Camp Summer 2018

Tuesday June 5 and Wednesday June 6 8am to 5pm
Wednesday June 27 and Thursday June 28 8am to 5pm

Come to a quiet place to work on your dissertation or other faculty scholarship projects. Sign up for the day or days you will attend. Come as you are; arrive and leave as you need to.

Statistical and writing support will be available for some part of each of the days.

The goal of this time is to produce tangible work. We provide the space, snacks, beverages, a lunch, and you supply the focus and attention to projects.

PH 132 will be the quiet space away from your phone and interruptions.

The room will be open from 8am to 5pm each day. You are encouraged to stay all day to get maximum benefit.

Sponsored by the Provost’s Office, supported by the Office of Sponsored Programs and CELT

Academic Innovation Team on Augmented and Virtual Reality With Bernard Bull

Meeting dates: Thursdays (June 21, July 19)
2:30 to 4:00pm Central – (CUW-In R006)
3:30 to 5:00pm Eastern – (CUAA-Krieger 103)

During this semester, we are launching the first of what we hope to be several future academic innovation teams. An academic innovation team is a group of faculty and academic staff who gather monthly to focus upon a specific academic innovation, with the ultimate goal of enhancing teaching or pursuing a scholarly project.