We found 37 results that contain "teaching"

  • Posted on: PREP Matrix
    Saturday, Feb 1, 2020
    Developing Teaching Skills
    This playlist begins with an intro to being a TA, moves into resources related to course design, then MSU-specific student feedback, and ends with a technology overview
    Posted by: Jessica Kane
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  • Posted on: PREP Matrix
    Developing Teaching Skills
    This playlist begins with an intro to being a TA, moves into resources related to course design, then MSU-specific student feedback, and ends with a technology overview
    Posted by: Jessica Kane
    Saturday, Feb 1, 2020
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  • Posted on: PREP Matrix
    Saturday, Feb 1, 2020
    Creating Your Teaching Portfolio
    This playlist begins with a general overview of what a teaching philosophy and portfolio looks like, and ends with resources aimed at helping grad students create/write their own philosophy and portfolio, organized from most bulleted/summarized to most in-depth.
    Posted by: Jessica Kane
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  • Posted on: PREP Matrix
    Creating Your Teaching Portfolio
    This playlist begins with a general overview of what a teaching philosophy and portfolio looks like, and ends with resources aimed at helping grad students create/write their own philosophy and portfolio, organized from most bulleted/summarized to most in-depth.
    Posted by: Jessica Kane
    Saturday, Feb 1, 2020
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  • Posted on: MSU Online & Remote Teaching
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Tuesday, May 5, 2020
    Audio Recording for Remote Teaching
    This is a collection of all remote teaching articles that relate directly to considerations, best practices, and/or tools for audio recording.
    Posted by: Makena Neal
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  • Posted on: MSU Online & Remote Teaching
    Audio Recording for Remote Teaching
    This is a collection of all remote teaching articles that relate directly to considerations, best practices, and/or tools for audio recording.
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Posted by: Makena Neal
    Tuesday, May 5, 2020
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  • Posted on: MSU Online & Remote Teaching
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Wednesday, Jan 19, 2022
    Tools for Modifying your Practice for Remote Teaching
    In moving a face-to-face course into a remote online space, modifications will be necessary. MSU provides a suite of core teaching tools to help modify your course accordingly.

    By using MSU core teaching tools, you can ensure students have access and that there is support from MSU for the tools you are using to teach. For further details on how to use the core tools for common remote teaching situations, please refer to the Implement playlist.

    Photo by XPS on Unsplash
    Posted by: Makena Neal
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  • Posted on: MSU Online & Remote Teaching
    Tools for Modifying your Practice for Remote Teaching
    In moving a face-to-face course into a remote online space, modifications will be necessary. MSU provides a suite of core teaching tools to help modify your course accordingly.

    By using MSU core teaching tools, you can ensure students have access and that there is support from MSU for the tools you are using to teach. For further details on how to use the core tools for common remote teaching situations, please refer to the Implement playlist.

    Photo by XPS on Unsplash
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    Posted by: Makena Neal
    Wednesday, Jan 19, 2022
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  • Posted on: GenAI & Education
    INCORPORATING TECHNOLOGIES
    Wednesday, Apr 19, 2023
    Using AI in Teaching & Learning
    Resources for exploring the use of AI, and specifically large language models similar to ChatGPT, in teaching and learning. This is inclusive of its uses for instructors (e.g., lesson planning, rubric generation, etc.) and for students (e.g., writing assignments, comparison exercises, etc.)
    Posted by: Caitlin Kirby
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  • Posted on: GenAI & Education
    Using AI in Teaching & Learning
    Resources for exploring the use of AI, and specifically large language models similar to ChatGPT, in teaching and learning. This is inclusive of its uses for instructors (e.g., lesson planning, rubric generation, etc.) and for students (e.g., writing assignments, comparison exercises, etc.)
    INCORPORATING TECHNOLOGIES
    Posted by: Caitlin Kirby
    Wednesday, Apr 19, 2023
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    DISCIPLINARY CONTENT
    Thursday, Oct 24, 2019
    Preparing for teaching at the beginning and end of a course
    This playlist provides useful strategies, asks critical questions, and helps support educators in preparing for the beginning of the semester.
    Posted by: Maddie Shellgren
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    Preparing for teaching at the beginning and end of a course
    This playlist provides useful strategies, asks critical questions, and helps support educators in preparing for the beginning of the semester.
    DISCIPLINARY CONTENT
    Posted by: Maddie Shellgren
    Thursday, Oct 24, 2019
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Wednesday, Aug 24, 2022
    Getting Started Teaching & Learning Now and Through the Semester
    Getting Started with Teaching and Learning is offered to bring together educators new to MSU from across campus to explore and exchange ideas about quality and inclusive teaching, as well as find community among the large group of people who are engaged in the important work of creating the best learning environments possible for our students. The focus is to assist educators in developing practical materials that are needed for immediate use in their teaching and to best prepare them for their courses and work with students.
    Posted by: Makena Neal
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    Getting Started Teaching & Learning Now and Through the Semester
    Getting Started with Teaching and Learning is offered to bring together educators new to MSU from across campus to explore and exchange ideas about quality and inclusive teaching, as well as find community among the large group of people who are engaged in the important work of creating the best learning environments possible for our students. The focus is to assist educators in developing practical materials that are needed for immediate use in their teaching and to best prepare them for their courses and work with students.
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Posted by: Makena Neal
    Wednesday, Aug 24, 2022
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    DISCIPLINARY CONTENT
    Thursday, Oct 24, 2019
    Keeping Identity In Mind: A Teaching and Learning Story
    This playlist walks educators through a journey in thinking about their identity, student identity, classroom environments, inclusion, oppression, and more and asks them to critically engage and reflect in their practice.
    It offers countless recommendations and strategies for being critically -minded in their pedagogy.
    Posted by: Maddie Shellgren
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    Keeping Identity In Mind: A Teaching and Learning Story
    This playlist walks educators through a journey in thinking about their identity, student identity, classroom environments, inclusion, oppression, and more and asks them to critically engage and reflect in their practice.
    It offers countless recommendations and strategies for being critically -minded in their pedagogy.
    DISCIPLINARY CONTENT
    Posted by: Maddie Shellgren
    Thursday, Oct 24, 2019
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Monday, May 10, 2021
    Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning & Student Success 2021
    This is a collection of all the sessions presented at the 2021 Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Student Success. You can continute the conversation by logging in with your MSU netID and commenting on articles here. To view the full presentation recordings, please return to the Spring Conference page on D2L.

    note: you must self enroll to access this page.
    http://bit.ly/2021SpringConfEnroll
    Posted by: Makena Neal
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning & Student Success 2021
    This is a collection of all the sessions presented at the 2021 Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Student Success. You can continute the conversation by logging in with your MSU netID and commenting on articles here. To view the full presentation recordings, please return to the Spring Conference page on D2L.

    note: you must self enroll to access this page.
    http://bit.ly/2021SpringConfEnroll
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Posted by: Makena Neal
    Monday, May 10, 2021
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Tuesday, Jun 8, 2021
    Teaching Multilingual Learners: An Introduction to Translingual Pedagogy
    A playlist of experiences and resources connected to "Teaching Multilingual Learners: An Introduction to Translingual Pedagogy" workshop developed and facilitated by Drs. Joyce Meier and Cheryl Caesar- educators in the College of Arts and Letters' First Year Writing program.
    Posted by: Makena Neal
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    Teaching Multilingual Learners: An Introduction to Translingual Pedagogy
    A playlist of experiences and resources connected to "Teaching Multilingual Learners: An Introduction to Translingual Pedagogy" workshop developed and facilitated by Drs. Joyce Meier and Cheryl Caesar- educators in the College of Arts and Letters' First Year Writing program.
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Posted by: Makena Neal
    Tuesday, Jun 8, 2021
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Monday, Mar 13, 2023
    Teaching & Learning Conference Day 2: Thursday–Virtual day with online sessions (all day)
    Spring CTLI Conference Landing Page Content

    Graphics if needed

    CTLI Spring Teaching and Learning Conference

    The Return of MSU's 2023 Spring Conference on Teaching & Learning: Community, Conversation, and Classroom Experience, organized by the Center for Teaching & Learning Innovation (CTLI).

    A conference where MSU educators gather to share approaches, tools, and techniques that support teaching and learning.

    May 10-11, 2023

    Wednesday Day 1: In-person in the STEM Teaching and Learning Facility (all day)

    Thursday Day 2: Virtual day with online sessions (all day)

    Keynote Speakers:

    Stephen Thomas, (Associate Director, CISGS; Assistant Dean for STEM Education Teaching and Learning in the Office of the APUE)

    Dr. Kris Renn (Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and serves as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies for Student Success Research)

    Conference Registration

    Registration for the event is open! Please submit your information into the form below. We will reach out with more information on sessions and schedule closer to the event.

    ***insert registration form button***

    Interested in Submitting a Presentation Proposal?

    We are extending an invitation for presentation proposals on select teaching and learning topics across a wide array of presentation formats, including synchronous digital sessions on May 11th to accommodate virtual attendees. The deadline for submissions is February 17th.

    Proposal Learning Topics and Formats

    Please refer to the descriptions below for details regarding formats and topics. At least one presenter per session should be an educator at MSU.

    Teaching and Learning Topics:

    The conference committee welcomes presentations on post-secondary education that address one or more of these core topics:

    Curriculum and Pedagogy

    Assessment and Evaluation

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Learning Technologies

    Proposal formats

    Presentations may be in-person or virtual.

    Paper Presentation: individual papers authored by one or more people, delivered in 15-to-20 minutes. Individual papers will be grouped according to topic and delivered in a multi-paper session that includes a 15-minute question period.

    Workshop: this format will include participatory exercises where attendees will learn about a select educational topic or practice from an expert practitioner. These sessions will run for 50-to-60 minutes and include a 15-minute question period.

    Welcome to my Classroom: these 50-to-60-minute sessions will feature a short overview of a teaching and learning theory or practice followed by a demonstration of active pedagogy. The audience will be positioned as learners, according to the educational and disciplinary context, and observe the presenter’s demonstration of actual classroom exercises and practices. The sessions will conclude with a 15-to-20-minute discussion or question period.

    Learning Technology Demonstration: these 15-to-20-minute demonstrations of learning technologies will be grouped according to topic and delivered in a multi-presentation session that concludes with a 15-minute question period.

    ***insert proposal form button***

    Contact the Center

    If you are interested in hearing more about the conference, would like to submit a proposal or have any questions, please contact the Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation.
    Posted by: Dave Goodrich
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
    Teaching & Learning Conference Day 2: Thursday–Virtual day with online sessions (all day)
    Spring CTLI Conference Landing Page Content

    Graphics if needed

    CTLI Spring Teaching and Learning Conference

    The Return of MSU's 2023 Spring Conference on Teaching & Learning: Community, Conversation, and Classroom Experience, organized by the Center for Teaching & Learning Innovation (CTLI).

    A conference where MSU educators gather to share approaches, tools, and techniques that support teaching and learning.

    May 10-11, 2023

    Wednesday Day 1: In-person in the STEM Teaching and Learning Facility (all day)

    Thursday Day 2: Virtual day with online sessions (all day)

    Keynote Speakers:

    Stephen Thomas, (Associate Director, CISGS; Assistant Dean for STEM Education Teaching and Learning in the Office of the APUE)

    Dr. Kris Renn (Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and serves as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies for Student Success Research)

    Conference Registration

    Registration for the event is open! Please submit your information into the form below. We will reach out with more information on sessions and schedule closer to the event.

    ***insert registration form button***

    Interested in Submitting a Presentation Proposal?

    We are extending an invitation for presentation proposals on select teaching and learning topics across a wide array of presentation formats, including synchronous digital sessions on May 11th to accommodate virtual attendees. The deadline for submissions is February 17th.

    Proposal Learning Topics and Formats

    Please refer to the descriptions below for details regarding formats and topics. At least one presenter per session should be an educator at MSU.

    Teaching and Learning Topics:

    The conference committee welcomes presentations on post-secondary education that address one or more of these core topics:

    Curriculum and Pedagogy

    Assessment and Evaluation

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Learning Technologies

    Proposal formats

    Presentations may be in-person or virtual.

    Paper Presentation: individual papers authored by one or more people, delivered in 15-to-20 minutes. Individual papers will be grouped according to topic and delivered in a multi-paper session that includes a 15-minute question period.

    Workshop: this format will include participatory exercises where attendees will learn about a select educational topic or practice from an expert practitioner. These sessions will run for 50-to-60 minutes and include a 15-minute question period.

    Welcome to my Classroom: these 50-to-60-minute sessions will feature a short overview of a teaching and learning theory or practice followed by a demonstration of active pedagogy. The audience will be positioned as learners, according to the educational and disciplinary context, and observe the presenter’s demonstration of actual classroom exercises and practices. The sessions will conclude with a 15-to-20-minute discussion or question period.

    Learning Technology Demonstration: these 15-to-20-minute demonstrations of learning technologies will be grouped according to topic and delivered in a multi-presentation session that concludes with a 15-minute question period.

    ***insert proposal form button***

    Contact the Center

    If you are interested in hearing more about the conference, would like to submit a proposal or have any questions, please contact the Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation.
    PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN
    Posted by: Dave Goodrich
    Monday, Mar 13, 2023
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  • Posted on: MSU Extension
    INCORPORATING TECHNOLOGIES
    Tuesday, Aug 17, 2021
    Educational Technologies
    Different online tools to support teaching and learning + Playlist: Introductory Resources for Teaching Online
    Posted by: Anne Marie Baker
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  • Posted on: MSU Extension
    Educational Technologies
    Different online tools to support teaching and learning + Playlist: Introductory Resources for Teaching Online
    INCORPORATING TECHNOLOGIES
    Posted by: Anne Marie Baker
    Tuesday, Aug 17, 2021
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