On November 4, 2019, Dan Paavola (Theology Faculty) discussed with Center Faculty, the three themes from his recent book “Grace, Faith, Scripture: Portrait of a Lutheran” (2019).
Link to video recording
About his book: Grace, faith, and Scripture. These three solas, or “alones”, have long been used to characterize the unique theology of the Lutheran faith. The solas set up a relationship between God and us and between us and our neighbor.
Using stories and situations drawn from common relationships such as friendships and marriage, Daniel Paavola uses the three solas to deepen our understanding of Lutheran doctrine. The solas don’t encompass every single aspect of Lutheranism, but through them, we can get a picture of what it means to be a Lutheran.
These four videos show faculty what they need to know to get a course set up in Blackboard:
- Add Content to Blackboard: A file, a folder, an item (9 minutes)
- Add and Grade an Assignment/Drop Box (12 minutes)
- Set up Grade Center (25 minutes)
- Open Course to Students (2 minutes)
Some resources below require log in to the CUW Library (on the portal).
Popham, W. (1997). What’s wrong – and what’s right – with rubrics. Educational Leadership, 55(2), 72–75. https://switch-cuw.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/fulldisplay?docid=gale_ofa20321540&context=PC&vid=01SLCO_CUW:CUW&search_scope=CUW&tab=MyInst_CI_and_EBSCO&lang=en
Wilson, M. (2007). Why I Won’t Be Using Rubrics to Respond to Students’ Writing. The English Journal, 96(4), 62-66. doi:10.2307/30047167 https://www-jstor-org.cuw.ezproxy.switchinc.org/stable/30047167
Winterim 2020 writing intensive courses (session handout)