Face-to-Face Summer Course (Re)Design Seminar

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Summer Course (Re)Design is the Biggio Center’s flagship program that helps faculty re-envision one course in preparation for teaching in an active learning space. The program is structured around Dee Fink’s Designing Significant Learning Experiences backwards design process.

Faculty participants will:

  • Design a new or re-design an existing course using backward design principles
  • Be prepared to use active learning and flourish in current classroom spaces as well as future EASL classrooms
  • Become a part of an ongoing cohort committed to “making teaching visible” by sharing teaching innovations

We will offer two 3-day versions of our face-to-face Summer Course (Re)Design. We will meet M, W, F 9:00am – 2:00pm and use Canvas to keep the learning momentum going on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

If you have any questions regarding the face-to-face summer Course (Re)Design, please email Killian Perry, Administrator of Academic Programs in the Biggio Center at tlk0024@auburn.edu.

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Faculty from all disciplines are invited to apply for the program.

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May 21 – 25 (week before Memorial Day)
July 9 – July 13 (week after July 4th)

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Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library

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Registration for our 2018 Summer Course (Re)Design has closed.

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Faculty Testimonials

“[The seminar] gave me a sense of community and support that I hadn’t really experienced before at Auburn. Knowing that there are professionals who can help me be a better teacher for my students and have ideas that can help me transform classes for students’ benefit is a really valuable service and support for faculty.”

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Last modified: March 5, 2018