Teaching with Technology: Effective Practices for Lecture/Lesson Capture
March 3, 3:00-4:00 p.m., Des Peres 213
Ignatian Pedagogy Institute
March 10, Il Monastero, St. Louise Room
During this day-long institute, participants will increase and deepen their knowledge of Ignatian Pedagogy as an extension of Ignatian spirituality using the lens of imagination. Through multiple interactive sessions, participants will engage in imaginative thinking strategies focused on deep discovery and social justice learning that may be adapted to a variety of disciplines and pedagogical purposes.
Where Teaching Meets Copyright©
March 16, 3:00-4:30 p.m., Boileau Hall
Following an introduction to copyright and fair use, this workshop will address copyright topics that commonly arise in teaching and learning environments. These include use of images and films, student work, posting of materials on class websites, and associated ethical and legal issues.
Georgia Baugh, M.A., MALIS – Pius Library
Chris Grabau, Ph.D. – Reinert Center
Miriam Joseph, Ph.D., MLS – Pius Library
Donghua Tao, Ph.D., MS, MLS – Medical Center Library
What is Thinking Creatively in My Discipline?: A Panel Conversation
March 30, 10:00-11:00 a.m., CGC Seminar Room 124
The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning invites you to attend “What is Thinking Creatively in My Discipline?: A Panel Conversation”. During this event, faculty panelists will explore what thinking creatively looks like in their disciplines and highlight how they help students to learn how to do that thinking work.
Lauren Arnold, Epidemiology
Brad Carlson, Marketing
Colleen McCluskey, Philosophy