CELT Talks: Student Engagement (Chad Cardani-Trollinger, Sayali Kukday, & Gabriel Rodriguez)

Research has shown that instructors want to learn from other instructors and CELT Talks is an interactive platform where instructors can do exactly this. A panel of instructors from diverse disciplines will have up to 15 minutes each to share their expertise in forums on specific topics.

Student Engagement is the teaching and learning topic this month. Participants will learn about the student engagement strategies used by Sayali Kukday (Associate Teaching Professor of Genetics, Development & Cell Biology), Chad Cardani-Trollinger (Assistant Teaching Professor in Leadership Studies) and Gabriel Rodriguez (Assistant Professor of School of Education). Participants will leave the Zoom session with the top three tips recommended for building student engagement by each instructor.

If you are a person with a disability, please contact CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu to request reasonable accommodations to allow participation in this event.

If you would prefer to register outside of the link below, you can call CELT at 515-294-5357 or email   celt@iastate.edu (specify event title, date, name, and department with your request) if you’d like to register that way.

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Webinar, Miller Faculty Fellowship Program 101: An introduction to the program featuring panelists Rachel Smith, Dave Cantor, Sara Pistolesi, and Steve Lonergan

In this workshop series, participants will learn about the Miller Faculty Fellowship Program, which provides recipients with opportunities to enhance their scholarly work in the university’s undergraduate academic programs. The funded projects have had a  tremendous impact on ISU student learning, innovative teaching, and programming, as well as enhancing recipients’ careers.

In this introductory session, a panel of past fellows and reviewers will share their experiences with the Miller Faculty Fellowship Program. Participants will learn from fellows how the funded research has impacted their classrooms and careers, and reviewers will share what they look for in successful proposals.

This webinar is the first session in a 3-part series designed to prepare faculty for a successful Miller Faculty Fellowship application submission. Participants may attend any or all of the series’ sessions. The series is facilitated by Sara Marcketti (CELT Director) and Paul Hengesteg (CELT Assessment Coordinator).

This session will feature panelists Rachel Smith (Assistant Professor, School of Education), Dave Cantor (Professor, Supply Chain Management), Sara Pistolesi (Associate Professor of Teaching, Chemistry), and Steve Lonergan (Morrill Professor, Animal Science). 

If you are a person with a disability, don’t hesitate to contact CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu to request reasonable accommodations to participate in this event.

 

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Consultations, Miller Faculty Fellowship Program Proposal Writing

In this workshop series, participants will learn about the Miller Faculty Fellowship Program, which provides recipients with opportunities to enhance their scholarly work in the university’s undergraduate academic programs. The funded projects have had a tremendous impact on ISU student learning, innovative teaching, and programming, as well as enhancing recipients’ careers.

This final session in the Miller Faculty Fellowship Program series is designed to be open consultations with CELT staff to assist applicants in polishing the final draft of their proposal. Participants are encouraged to bring draft proposals for feedback. If you would like to sign up for a 30-minute time slot between 1-2:30 p.m. on Monday, December 5th, please email your request to celt-miller@iastate.edu.

The series is facilitated by Cindy Haynes (CELT Faculty Fellow) and Paul Hengesteg (CELT Assessment Coordinator).

Request a consultation from celt-miller@iastate.edu

 

Miller Faculty Fellowship Program: CELT staff proposal tips for success

In this workshop series, participants will learn about the Miller Faculty Fellowship Program, which provides recipients with opportunities to enhance their scholarly work in the university’s undergraduate academic programs. The funded projects have had a tremendous impact on ISU student learning, innovative teaching, and programming, as well as enhancing recipients’ careers.

In this second session of the three-part series, participants will learn from CELT staff about the ins and outs of the application process with strategies for success.

This session is the second in a 3-part series designed to prepare faculty for a successful Miller Faculty Fellowship application submission. Participants may attend any or all of the series’ sessions. The series is facilitated by Sara Marcketti (CELT Director) and Paul Hengesteg (CELT Assessment Coordinator).

If you are a person with a disability, please get in touch with CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu to request reasonable accommodations to allow participation in this event.

If you prefer to register outside the link below, call CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu (specify event title, date, name, and department with your request).

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Workshop: ABCs of Preparing Your Teaching Portfolio with Cynthia Haynes & Paul Hengesteg

This workshop, the third in a series or stand-alone, brings elements of effective teaching together so faculty can organize evidence of their teaching, analyze their effectiveness, and create their teaching narrative. Participants will identify themes in their teaching feedback from themselves, peers, and students, and connect it to their teaching philosophy statement. Facilitated by Cindy Haynes (CELT Faculty Fellow) and Paul Hengesteg (CELT Assessment Coordinator) this workshop is intended to be a true “work” shop, so bring (or have access to) your documentation/evidence of teaching and a laptop. CELT will provide lunch!

Learning Goal & Objectives
In this workshop series, participants assemble a teaching portfolio, usable in promotion and tenure, awards, and annual reviews. In this session, they will:
1. Identify components of a holistic picture of teaching
2. Collect and document teaching evidence from self, peers, and students
3. Analyze teaching evidence for themes, compare with teaching statement
4. Draft their teaching narrative

If you are a person with a disability, please contact CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu to request reasonable accommodations to allow participation in this event.

If you would prefer to register outside of the link below, you can call CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu (specify event title, date, name, and department with your request) if you’d like to register that way.

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