ArchivesClick on the title below for those workshops with resource pages.
International Panel Breakfast
On January 23rd, 2014, a panel of Professors shared their expertise with working with international students in the classroom.
Panelists and topics discussed include:
- Christina Ortiz - Educational Backgrounds of International Students
- Eric Shockley - Communicating with Second Language Learners
- Dallas Blaney - Helping International Students Relate to Course Content
- Leann Zhu - Specific Challenges for International Students in the STEM Fields
- Katia Levintova - International Students in Global Studies
The professors gave insight into their experiences with students from different cultures and countries and oferred situational examples how to improve the students experience at UWGB.
Credit for Prior Learning
On January 24th, 2014, CATL and Steve VandenAvond with Outreach and Adult Access offered a workshop focused primarily on the portfolio process in credit for prior learning. Participants learned about the credit for prior learning system and the portfolio process at UW-Green Bay, reflected on the applicability of credit for prior learning options to their courses. they also received candid information about the use of credit for prior learning, and consulted with faculty and staff experts on the best way to consider credit for prior learning while maintaining academic integrity and rigor.
During the Spring semester, the CATL helped to facilitate a discussion about Massive Open Online Courses. Click on the link above for the resources referenced.
Business Online Teaching Workshop
In February the CATL facilitated a 2 day Online Teaching workshop for the Cofrin School of Business faculty. Click on the link above to find materials, links and handouts from the sessions.
Flipping the Classroom
On April 16th, 2012, Professors Angela Bauer-Dantoin (Biology), David Voelker (History) and Jeremy Wildenberg (Modern Languages) presented on the topic of 'Flipping the Classroom'. This is an innovative strategy that utilizes technology to 'cover' the material, allowing faculty to devote class time to discussion, active learning and building critical thinking skills.
If you missed this great workshop, check out our Flipping the Classroom resources page for the video of the presentation, plus lots more information.
Teaching Writing Effectively in Any Course
On August 24th, 2011, the CATL sponsored an afternoon workshop on "Teaching Writing Effectively in Any Course". Beginning with an introductory plenary session hosted by Brian Sutton, entitled "Helping Students Write Better: What the Research Says, What our Colleagues Say", participants could then choose from four options in three concurrent sessions
If you'd like to learn more about what was covered at this workshop, visit our Teaching Writing Effectively in Any Course resource page.