High-Impact Practices in STEM Part 1: Collaborative Assignments

By Megan Haskins, Faculty Developer of Integrative Learning and High-Impact Practices, and Paula von Kretschmann, Instructional Designer.Overview of collaborative assignmentsInstructors in STEM fields are uniquely positioned to integrate High-Impact Practices…

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Ensuring Collegiality and Civility: A Classroom Management Quick Guide

By Valentina Iturbe-LaGrave, Director of Inclusive Teaching Practices; Leslie Cramblet Alvarez, Director of the Office of Teaching and Learning; Christina Paguyo, Director of Academic Assessment; Christine Vega, IRISE Postdoctoral Research…

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The Pivot-Ready Professor

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By Valentina Iturbe-LaGrave & Leslie Cramblet AlvarezWith only a few days to the start of the academic quarter and a myriad of tasks to complete, faculty members across the nation…

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Pedagogical Strategies to Acknowledge and Discuss Institutional Legacies of Racism
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Pedagogical Strategies to Acknowledge and Discuss Institutional Legacies of Racism

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By Valentina Iturbe-LaGrave, Director for Inclusive Teaching Practices, and Kate Crowe, Associate Professor and Curator of Archive and Special CollectionsFor centuries, institutions of higher education across the nation have grappled…

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OneNewThing | Kate Tennis

OneNewThing Global Issues Research Practicum Winter Quarter, 2018 By Kate Tennis I have been teaching the Global Issues Research Practicum course at the Korbel School of International Studies for almost…

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Ramadan at DU

Campus colleagues, This school year, the Muslim holy month of Ramadan (roughly May 5 to June 5, 2019) overlaps with the end of spring semester, and falls entirely within the…

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One New Thing: Using Book Clubs to Combat Anonymity in Large Lecture Classes

Written by Casey Stockstill, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology & Criminology Students often feel anonymous in large lecture halls. This anonymity can prevent collaboration and thoughtful discussion. I…

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