The American undergraduate classroom can be very difference from the culture of classrooms in other countries. Come and discuss the differences you have encountered and successful strategies for handling them.
CETL will hosting a series of Roundtable discussions to encourage faculty to identify and share common concerns about and effective practices for teaching with technology. Although we have selected general topical areas for each session, the specific content of each discussion will be guided by your experiences and interests. We invite expert and novice facilitators who teach in online, hybrid, and/or resident classrooms to join us in creating a Community of Practice (CoP) centered around teaching effectively with technology at KSU. The inaugural series will consist of the following sessions:
This roundtable will examine how to best secure an effective classroom environment and enhance university curricula values by exploring some diversity myths. Several faculty and staff with expertise in various areas of diversity pedagogy will present the myths connected to their areas of concern and expertise. More importantly, the panelists will present measures/solutions to best address these myths within and outside the classroom.