Registered participants will receive an email with ANGEL access information.
Takeaways from the workshop: Processes for anticipating and dealing with challenges.
Upon successful completion of the workshop’s activities, you will be able to
Before the event (This will take 20-30 minutes):
Event day work session (75 minutes):
Teaching philosophy statements are commonly used in the hiring and tenure processes. But it can be challenging to put your “philosophy” into words. Perhaps you are not sure if you even have a philosophy. This interactive workshop, presented by Larkin Hood Research Associate and Instructional Consultant, and Graduate Consultants Whitney Zimmerman and Stephen Van Wert, is designed to help you begin articulating and developing your statement of teaching philosophy.
Takeaways from the workshop: Focal questions for drafting a teaching philosophy; examples to consider.
Have you been wondering about or tinkering with blended course design? Bring your lunch to the Schreyer Institute for an engaging discussion of blended course design misconceptions with guest presenters, World Campus instructional designers John Haubrick and Bill Egan.
To join via adobe connect: https://meeting.psu.edu/blendedcoursedesign/
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