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The Centre for Teaching and Learning sponsors and facilitates an ongoing series of workshops focussing on the teaching and learning issues that impact on student engagement and the student experience at the University of Windsor. These free events are open to the whole University community and facilitate discussion about strategically important teaching and learning issues for the University.

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Friday, May 27, 2022

Strategic Use of High-Impact Practices: First-Year Experiences and Common Intellectual Experiences

Schedule: Friday, May 27, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Taught Online
Instructors: Michael K. Potter
Long valued by scholarly teachers and scholars of teaching and learning - and more recently encouraged by our provincial government - high-impact practices (HIPs) are teaching and assessment methods that, when strategically and skillfully used, increase student engagement, deepen learning, and help students make connections between courses - and between their degree programs and the rest of the world. In this session participants will learn about first-year experiences and common intellectual experiences: how, and when they're valuable; conditions that enhance or decrease their educational power; and how they connect to other scholarly teaching practices. By the end, participants will leave with ideas for how to implement these practices in their courses.

Friday, June 17, 2022

Strategic Use of High-Impact Practices: Portfolios and Undergraduate Research

Schedule: Friday, June 17, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Taught Online
Instructors: Michelle Macarthur, Michael K. Potter
Long valued by scholarly teachers and scholars of teaching and learning - and more recently encouraged by our provincial government - high-impact practices (HIPs) are teaching and assessment methods that, when strategically and skillfully used, increase student engagement, deepen learning, and help students make connections between courses - and between their degree programs and the rest of the world. In this session participants will learn about portfolios and undergraduate research: how, and when they're valuable; conditions that enhance or decrease their educational power; and how they connect to other scholarly teaching practices. By the end, participants will leave with ideas for how to implement these practices in their courses.