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2021 Authentic Assignment Posters
These 2021 Course Transformation Posters emphasize the creation of Authentic Assignments. They focus on real-world application of concepts, utilizing non-traditional assignments, and creating shared learning spaces that are both interactive and collaborative. These posters show how providing students with creative assignments can help students achieve their learning objectives in ways that feel authentic and practical.

 

 

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Support and Structure for GTA Instructors (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Katie Batza, Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Katie Batza 

 

File folder image and link for poster materialsDeep Thought: Aligning Advanced Laboratory Curricular Goals for Deeper Engagement and Understanding of Experimental Physics (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Jennifer Delgado, Keita Todoroki, Alice Bean, Michael Murray, Graham Wilson, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Jennifer Delgado Keita Todoroki Alice Bean Michael Murray Graham Wilson 

 

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Focusing on DEI Principles in a GTA Practicum Course (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Sonya Lancaster, Department of English

Sonya Lancaster  

 

Teaching Baccalaureate-Level Skills in Statistical Analysis and Interpretation of Factorial Research Designs (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Matthew A. Rosenthal, Department of Psychology

Matthew Rosenthal    

 

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Re-Designing Structure and Content in Music (.docx, .pdf, .pptx)

Carolyn Watson, School of Music

Carolyn Watson  

 


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Join us at the Teaching Summit

KU's annual Teaching Summit will be held on Aug. 18 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

This year's theme is What Next? Envisioning Teaching and Learning for the Next 25 Years. The Center for Teaching Excellence will celebrate its 25th birthday this fall, and the Summit theme reflects that special milestone.

Dr. Michael Dennin of the University of California, Irvine, will present the keynote, which will focus on how higher education can open new paths to success for students by building on strengths and breaking down barriers.