Schreyer Institute events include mid-career faculty, group learners talks

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence will present a Mid-career Faculty Brown Bag from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, in Room 315 Rider Building.

Are you at mid-career and feeling in need of a recharge? Join Crystal Ramsay, research associate and instructional consultant and Kathy Jackson, senior research associate and instructional consultant, and other mid-career faculty for a candid and constructive brown bag conversation about the challenges of being at mid-career. We’ll also discuss strategies for reinvigorating your teaching, research and service.

Participants are free to bring their own beverages and lunch.

To register, visit Mid-Career Brown Bag registration

The institute will also present Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Groups of Learners from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, originating in Room 315 Rider Building with Polycom locations at Berks (145 Thun Library) and Erie (Erie 21).

Planning instructional activities to help diverse groups of learners meet common objectives can be challenging. Join Ramsay in an interactive work session to discuss and plan strategies for differentiating instruction in your courses.

Participants should bring a course syllabus.

If your campus is not on the above Polycom list, see your instructional design specialist or contact us at site@psu.edu or 814-863-2599.

To register, visit Feb. 27 registration

 

 

Last Updated February 17, 2014