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Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Workshops & Trainings

The CITL offers a variety of events focused on innovation in teaching and learning with emphasis on instructional design best practices and educational technology. You can view a full calendar of upcoming events below. 

Tech Teaches 

Tuesday, February 7, 2023

"Flipping" Traditional Approaches to Teaching 
Ms. Mallory Matthews & Ms. Taylor Chesson 
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In this session we will be "flipping" the traditional approaches to teaching while offering some examples of ways to incorporate effective strategies.  Instructors can use various tools such as Flip or Video Note to create assignments and assessments that involve video responses, such as having students record themselves explaining a concept or giving a presentation. These platforms are popularly used for the Flipped Classroom pedological model of teaching, where students can engage with the content prior to class so they can maximize opportunities of learning during class. Join us for this session as we "Flip" out over these strategies! 

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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Emotions in the Classroom
Ms. Heather Rippetoe & Ms. Mallory Matthews 
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How do emotions show up in teaching and learning? In this workshop, we’ll explore the affective domain and its connection to learning. We’ll also hear from TTU faculty about how emotions play a role in their teaching. 

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Tuesday, February 21, 2023

How to Use Retrival Practice to Improve Learning 
Ms. Taylor Chesson 
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Retrieval Practice is a no-stakes learning strategy with minimal planning required where students pull information out of their brains. Memory is strengthened and forgetting is less likely to occur the more a learner retrieves rather than receives information. In this interactive session, we will discuss ways to implement retrieval practice strategies and how “struggling” can improve learning.  

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Tuesday, February 28, 2023

AI in Academics: A Paradigm Shift In Pedagogy
Dr. Jason Beach
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"AI in Academics: A Paradigm Shift in Pedagogy" is a thought-provoking session that will explore the impact of Artificial Intelligence on education and the way it is transforming traditional teaching methods. This session will delve into the potential of AI in enhancing the learning experience for students and how it can be leveraged to personalize education. We will also discuss the challenges and ethical considerations associated with implementing AI in the classroom. This session will provide valuable insights for faculty and administrators who are interested in exploring new and innovative ways to improve education through AI.

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