CTL: Center for Teaching and Learning

Recorded events

Check out some recent teaching presentations! 

Dec. 2 noon - 1 pm

Connecting Campus Programming to our Classes 

Facilitated by Marlowe Daly-Galeano, Sarah Graham, and Amy Minervini. Here are a few useful links from the workshop:

This session offers  suggestions and solicits ideas for ways to incorporate campus and community events into the design of our courses. As we approach spring programming that includes events for MLK Day, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, and Native American Awareness Week, we discuss ideas for designing syllabi, assignments, activities, and in-class conversations that encourage students to connect what they learn in class to events happening on our campus and community.

Multicultural Awareness Week 2020

(contact: Kerensa Allison)

Sept. 14 - 18, 2020

 

President Pemberton's Welcome to Multicultural Awareness Week 2020

Keynote: Jeff Guillory "Cultural Competencies through Commonalities"

Kerensa Allison "First Foods: why do the foods we eat matter?"

Let's Talk About Race Panel

August 20, 2020

Angela Meek

Tools to Tap Into - With a new LMS come new tools for tapping into teaching and learning!  In this workshop, we'll look at using Canvas tools and features to foster cognitive and social presence, as well as strengthen your teaching presence online. Groups and Pages, Google Drive Collaborations, Badges, FlipGrid, the Appointment Scheduler, and a host of other Canvas features can help you build a strong community of inquiry online.  

Table of Contents:

0:28 - Announcements

5:21 - Message students who...

7:33 - Appointment Scheduler

18:36 - Google Collaborations

28:50 - Groups and Pages

38:40 - Editable Pages in a Module (create a class wiki)

44:03 - Guided Learning Paths with Pages

59:59 - Badges

Aug. 20, 2020 Canvas Quick Start – Let’s get moving in Canvas!! e-Learning will cover the basics of your user account, getting notifications, and organizing your dashboard.  Quick explanations of where your content from the previous LMS is located, and how you can learn more about Canvas.  Quick look at the features Canvas has to offer for you to get started in the Fall 2020 semester, including the Canvas app!

 July 28 and 29, 2020

Teaching Wellbeing

Recording of Part I:

  • Tracy Flynn: Advocating for my students' wellness and maintaining personal wellness in eight domains
  • Michelle D. Pearson-Smith: Wellbeing: Positive growth for students from the first year to graduation
  • Jessica Savage: “Baditude”: a barrier to being well

Recording of Part II:

  • Lee Ann Wiggins: Wellness in the Workplace during COVID
  • Luella Loudenback: Grief and loss in the time of quarantine 

March 10, 2020

Bob Sobotta

 

Idaho’s 5 tribes and the unique relationship between LCSC and the Nez Perce Nation 

A brief introduction of the Idaho Tribes will be followed by a history of Indian Education in Idaho along with the role of the Idaho Indian Education Committee plays in creating collaboration between the tribes and education at all levels. Expanding on collaboration, LCSC and the Nez Perce Tribe have worked together in a variety of areas and this unique relationship is discussed as to what has happened, what’s currently taking place and what are the future possibilities.

Here are links from the presentation:

  • http://carlisleindian.dickinson.edu/
  • http://www.kootenai.org/main.html
  • https://www.cdatribe-nsn.gov/
  • https://nezperce.org/
  • https://shopaitribes.org/spt/
  • http://www2.sbtribes.com/

March 9, 2020 

Osasere M. Evbuomwan

 

From LCSC to USF: A Reflection on my Academic and Personal Journey 

In this talk, Dr. Evbuomwan will highlight the role that each institution in her academic path played in her decision to become a professor. She will share some of the difficulties she encountered as an International Student at LC and discuss some of the decisions she would have made differently if she had the opportunity to do it all again. Students, staff and faculty from across campus are invited to this interdisciplinary talk. Dr. Evbuomwan is LCSC alumna, the 2006 LC President’s Award recipient and Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of San Francisco.