All Duquesne faculty, staff, and graduate students are welcome to attend CTE's workshops. Follow the links below to learn more about each type of workshop and to register.
- Book Study: Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning
- Using Microlearning to Flip Instruction
- Responding to Five Common Student Writing Struggles
- Transformation through the Teacher-Scholar Nexus
- Exploring Race and Pedagogy III
- Preparing an Effective Case for Third-Year Review, Promotion, and Tenure
- Systematic Reviews: 5 Things You Need to Know
- Documenting Your Scholarly Impact
- Achieving Synergy between Teaching and Research: Integrating Evidence-Based Practice into the Classroom
- No strings attached: How to Teach from your Mobile Device without Connecting Cables
- The Easy Way to Teach a Writing Intensive Course
A series of 30 minute noon workshops on Mondays and Tuesdays in Union 607. Designed to accommodate busy schedules, these micro-workshops highlight a teaching and learning topic and provide simple but effective related strategies that can be incorporated into a course almost immediately and without much, if any, disruption of the course design.
The series will begin on January 23 and 24 and will continue through late February. Look for signs in the Union throughout the semester for details about each session. Faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend on either day and to bring their lunch with them.
These events are part of CTE's SCALE initiative.