C-TELCenter for Teaching Excellence and Learning

Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning (C-TEL)

Our temporary location

206A Mabee Library | Washburn University | 785.670.2546

Workshops and Symposia

Teaching Technologies Symposium  - August 7, 2014
Noon - 4:30 pm
Mabee Library room 205

Before the Fall semester begins join your colleagues for an afternoon learning about some of the most useful software and technologies available to educators.  In this session faculty and staff from a variety of disciplines and areas will showcase a range of educational technologies that are being used across campus.  Join us for lunch and an afternoon of fun as we learn about:

Adobe Presenter Ensemble Video
Articulate Storyline Mind Mapping
Zoom Adobe Connect
Clickers Prezi
Socrative

 This symposium will be a general introduction and demonstration of these software and technologies with concrete examples of how they have been used by faculty and staff at Washburn.  More technical workshops designed specifically to train you to use  many of these applications will take place during the 2014-2015 academic year. 

Registration is closed.


Course Design Symposium - August 4 - 6, 2014
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

The Course Design Symposium (CDS) is an intensive, multi-day, hands-on seminar that provides you the opportunity to experience the iterative, dynamic, and scholarly process of learning-focused course design.  Instructors are led through a structured process that allows them to create or substantially recreate a course from scratch.   As a participant you will explore learner-centered “backward” and “integrated” design principles and work on your individual course design in small focused learning teams. By the end of the institute, participants will have created the basic structure of a course including: clearly written measurable course objectives, assessment tools, evaluation rubrics, a course skeleton, and the draft of a syllabus.  Participants will also have the opportunity to formulate an informed teaching strategy (active, problem based, collaborative learning, flipped classroom) designed to enhance student learning.  Symposium registration limited to 15 participants.

Registration is closed.

Workshops

Fall 2014

Assessment Extravaganza (presentations & reception)

Exploring Learner-Centered Teaching

Flipped

Teaching with Cases or Problems

Creating Forward Looking Assessment

Teaching with Clickers

Adobe Presenter

Activate Storyline

Creating Podcasts for Classes

Spring 2015

Practical Advice for Creating an Inclusive Classroom

High Impact Practices

C-TEL Players Present: Diversity on Campus

Classroom Videos: Basics of Editing