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Teaching and Learning Archives

The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching (CET) along with the Office of Distance Education (ODE) offer a variety of faculty-led workshops on a variety of teaching and learning topics. They are designed to meet the needs of both seasoned professionals and newcomers. Each session offers the opportunity to discuss experiences and knowledge with colleagues.

Interested in facilitating a workshop?

Do you have suggestions for future topics? Contact Doug Scott.

Check our Workshop Central for upcoming sessions.

NEW! Archived Sessions

  • Converting PowerPoints to Video Podcasts using Mediasite: Even an Amateur Can Do It, Dr. Anita Meehan

Play: Converting PowerPoints to Podcasts for D2L using Mediasite

  • Flipped Learning: does it really work?, Dr. Ronald Grapsy and Professor Cara Cotellese

Flipped Learning: does it really work

  • Applying the Creativity of a Musical Ensemble to Classroom Teaching, Dr. Kevin Kjos

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  • Real Time Virtual Classroom, Dr. Dale Parson

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  • Teaching with Social Media, Drs. Angela Cirucci, Keith Massie, Moe Folk

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Previously offered workshops

Fall 2015
  • Comp Conversations across the Curriculum, Dr. Amy Lynch-Biniek
  • How to Stimulate Critical Thinking and Increase Student Participation Using Visual Literacy Strategies, Dr. Lynn Kutch
  • 2015 Learning Technologies Open House, Kutztown and West Chester Universities
  • Leveraging Library Resources to Enable Student Information Literacy, Krista Prock
  • Assigning, Designing, and Assessing Student Reflections, Dr. Moe Folk
  • Turning Things Upside Down: The Whys and Hows of Flipping the Classroom, Dr. Annmaire Cordner
  • Google+ Communities for the Classroom, Dr. Lee Weyant