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SPRING 2023 Workshops

Unless otherwise specified, all workshops are offered via Zoom and in person.

Recordings will be posted in CTE 101.

SessionContentDates/Sign-up
1. Anatomage Table 9: New FeaturesIn this workshop, we will discover some new Anatomage Table features. We will also experiment with a new software application called Science Simulations. In person only at ILC.Thursday, February 2
12:00 to 1:00 PM
@ ILC
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2. Writing Effective Multiple-Choice Questions (by guest speaker, Ms. Gretchen Jopp)In this workshop, we will review the components of, and appropriate construct of multiple-choice exam questions. We will discuss the components of clear and concise stems and answer options. We will practice identifying components of multiple-choice questions that might be confusing to students.Thursday, February 2
3:00 to 4:00 PM
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3. Understanding the Basics of Universal Design for LearningUniversal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational framework that addresses the diverse needs of learners. This workshop will address some of the ways you can implement the principles of UDL into your courses.Thursday, February 16
3:00 to 4:00 PM
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4. MultiTaction Wall for Advanced UsersThis workshop will help you expand your use of the MultiTaction Wall by discovering new ways to use it to keep your audience engaged. In person only at ILC.Thursday, February 23
12:00 to 1:00 PM
@ ILC
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5. Student Retention: Using a Student Lens to Predict Potential RoadblocksThis scenario-based workshop will provide insightful approaches to predict potential roadblocks and retain students through graduation. Thursday, March 23
12:00 to 1:00 PM
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6. Tips for Creating Engaging LecturesLearn some easy ways to create lectures that will keep your students watching until the end.Thursday, March 30
3:00 to 4:00 PM
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7. Say This-Not That: Conduct Difficult Conversations with ConfidenceCommunicating with candor can be difficult. This workshop will be an introduction to building the skills necessary for engaging in difficult conversations with students while maintaining the integrity of the relationship to a achieve a win-win outcome for everyone. Thursday, April 6
2:30 to 3:30 PM
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8. Reducing Cognitive Load in Course Design and InstructionThis workshop will introduce participants to the Cognitive Load Theory. We will discuss how to approach course design and instruction by differentiating between “need to know” and “nice to know” content.Thursday, April 6
3:30 to 4:30 PM
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