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CTE Brown Bag Conversation "Teaching in the Current Climate"

The CTE is hosting a brown bag conversation for USF faculty on March 23rd from 12:00 - 1:00 in UC 503. Please bring your lunch and join us for a community conversation! Read more ...

Nick Zepke, Visiting Scholar on Student Engagement at USF

As a highlight to our year-long focus on the topic of student engagement, the CTE and the 2015-2016 Faculty Learning Community on Student Engagement in The Classroom: Best Practices invited Nick Zepke of Massey University, New Zealand to give a talk and a workshop at USF during the first week of March. Read more ...

Some Helpful Articles for Teaching in the Current Climate of the Trump Administration

As White House officials mention "alternative facts" and as we witness drastic moves away from previous legislative measures that include environmental protections and the Affordable Care Act, including the removal of information about climate change from the White House website and the call to remove funding for Sanctuary cities, you may be wondering how to discuss or incorporate the news of Trump's first hundred days in office in your classes. Read more ...

Talking About the Election in Class

How do we talk about the election in class?

Thoughts by Keally McBride, Professor of Politics and CTE Co-Director

I spent a few hours talking with other Politics Professors from around the country yesterday about how they were talking about the election in their classrooms. Here are some ideas: Read more ...

Tomorrow's Professor

A professor at Stanford runs a website/email service titled Tomorrow's Professor Postings: Online faculty development 100 times per year. The professor is Rick Reis, who works in mechanical engineering. While it may sound like an engineering professor may not have a ton to say about teaching, Rick runs a great service and mainly gets the permission to repost the writings of other professors he finds interesting or provocative. Read more ...

Influencing How Students Discuss Content

There's a good resource for faculty called The Teaching Professor Blog. This blog provides relatively short posts about various aspects of higher education instruction. The latest post, about influencing how students discuss content, provides some great food for thought. Read more ...

IDEA Instructional Papers

The IDEA organization has published a number of very helpful short papers over the years. These papers are intended to give faculty quick insight into the research and practice of various pedagogical practices. There are currently 57 papers ranging from: Read more ...

Nine Ways to Improve Discussions

Maryellen Weimer suggests nine key ways to improve classroom discussions. Her blog post includes added comments by readers of The Teaching Professor Blog that provide additional ideas. Here's Maryellen Weimer's nine suggestions: Read more ...

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