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Teaching Hybrid CoursesWed, 3 Nov 20219:00am - 10:30am7/50Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Acting Director Teaching & Learning Services & Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Teaching to a student audience that is partly in-person and partly in a remote environment (such as MS Teams) requires some special attention, a little practice, and some guidance on what tools and teaching techniques to use to make both 'audiences' follow along, be engaged, and reach the learning objectives of your course.

Digging deeper into the world of in-class technology, adding Streaming Stations, projectors and Teams into the mix, while also discussing alternatives that are more 'minimalist' in nature. A session for both the tech-lover and tech-hater.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Talking About Teaching: Experiential Learning/Service LearningThu, 4 Nov 20212:30pm - 3:30pm14/50Rebecca McKay, Senior Instructor Math & Stats

Join colleagues from across UNB (both campuses) for an hour of discussion and sharing of experiences. 

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Good CommunicationTue, 16 Nov 20211:30pm - 3:00pm5/50Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Acting Director Teaching & Learning Services

With education constantly changing and methods of delivery in flux, people might feel overwhelmed with all the options they have for teaching tools. This session explores ways to make sure we can teach while being less stressed and supporting our students in a positive way. We talk about strategies to keep things simple, clear communication techniques, and putting you and your students' well-being at the forefront.  

Bring your own ideas to share with your colleagues how you communicate with your students and mitigate stress!


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Alternate Assessment MethodsWed, 17 Nov 20219:00am - 10:30am1/50Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Acting Director Teaching & Learning Services & Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Join us while we explore the assessment types that will work best for your course delivery style. We will talk about which assessment method works for what type of course. Implications of using invigilation software like Repsondus are discussed. Explore ideas you might not have thought about for your course assessments, including oral assessments, assignments, group work, and much more.  

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Talking About Teaching Discussion Forum: (Wrapping Up the Term)Wed, 24 Nov 20212:30pm - 3:30pm7/50Various Presenters

coming soon

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Design WorkshopThu, 2 Dec 20219:00am - 12:00pm9/50Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Acting Director Teaching & Learning Services & Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about good, solid course design with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s).

Modern day teaching uses a combination of asynchronous and synchronous learning tools, and sometimes requires teaching a class made up of both in-person students and remote students. We address various strategies and tools to use for different course structures (e.g. Streaming Station, classroom management, D2L, Teams, etc.). We will also offer a method for course design and implementing various teaching tools into your course design.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Kaleidoscope Teaching ShowcaseFri, 10 Dec 20218:30am - 12:30pm17/100Various Presenters

CETL will bring together faculty members, instructors and others interested in enhancing the learning experience of UNB students at this teaching showcase.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca