DATES

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Wednesday, June 12, 2017
Thursday, June 13, 2017

TIMES

9:30AM-1:30PM

[Check-in 9:00AM]

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

MISC

Beverages will be provided

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence

Email: cte@hawaii.edu

CTE SUMMER TEACHING INSTITUTE 2017 for Mānoa Faculty
Engage your Classroom, Invigorate Yourself!
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This Summer Institute for Mānoa Faculty originates from the conviction that our immediate presence in the classroom and our future influences are coherent. Let’s animate the present moment of teaching and learning, knowing that it generates a legacy of knowledge and experience!

During three half-days of workshops and activities offered by exemplar Mānoa faculty across diverse disciplines, we will explore a suite of invigorating techniques and approaches including:
• Innovative Simulation Games
• Voice as a Teacher’s Superpower
• Interactive Exams
• Melbourne Method to Enhance Discussion
• Dynamic Collaborations
• Active Writing
• Flipping the Classroom and Everybody in It
• Spirited Scavenging for Points and Malasadas

*Faculty attendees of the entire Institute will receive a certificate and digital badge upon completion.
*Registration for the full three days will be given priority. If space is available, registration for one or two full days will be accepted.

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DAY ONE - Tuesday

9:00-9:30am
Check-in Kuykendall 106 - Beverages Provided

9:30-10:25am
"Your Voice: The Teacher's Superpower"
Presented by: Paul Mitri, Department of Theater and Dance

10:30-11:25am
"Scavenging for Points"
Presented by: Michelle Manes, Department of Mathematics

[11:30-12:00pm - Lunch Break]

12:00-1:15pm
"Athens Besieged! An Introduction to “Reacting to the Past"
Presented by: Saundra Schwartz, Department of History

1:15-1:30pm
"Closing thoughts & evaluations"


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DAY TWO - Wednesday

9:00-9:30am
Check-in in Kuykendall 106 - Beverages Provided

9:30-10:25am
"Supporting Deeper Learning through Collaboration, Engagement, and Formative Assessment"
Presented by: Lysandra Cook, Department of Special Education

10:30-11:25am
"2-Stage Reviews and Exams: Fun AND Effective"
Presented by: 
Jennifer Engels, Hawaii Institute of Geophysics & Planetology
Daniela Bottjer-Wilson, Center for Teaching Excellence

[11:30-12:00pm - Lunch Break]

12:00-1:15pm
"Running a Discussion Class"
Presented by: Alexander Golub, Department of Anthropology

1:15-1:30pm
"Closing thoughts & evaluations"


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DAY THREE - Thursday

9:00-9:30am
Check-in in Kuykendall 106 - Beverages Provided

9:30-10:25am
"Cultivating Students' Investments in Writing (in Any Discipline!)"
Presented by: Sarah Allen, Department of English

10:30-11:25am
"Mapping your Territory: Exploring Graphic Documents"
Presented by: Christine Kirk-Kuwaye, American Studies

[11:30-12:00pm - Lunch Break]

12:00-1:15pm
"Flipping Faculty, Flipping Students"
Presented by: Ariana Eichelberger, Learning Design and Technology & Technology and Distance Programs

1:15-1:30pm
"Closing thoughts & evaluations"


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Registration for the full three days will be given priority.
If space is available, registration for one or two full days will be accepted.
Please register below.

Handouts

OFDAS 30 Years

Center for Teaching Excellence
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Honolulu HI 96822 USA

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