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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To apply for the seminar, please complete this Qualtrics survey. There is one survey for both May and July seminars, please indicate which week you’d like to attend in the survey. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 2, 2018.

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Faculty Testimonials

“This has been an excellent course! I am so glad I was able to meet other faculty on campus and interact with them, especially to gather ideas from them. They were very supportive of ideas, changes and suggestions. Thank you very much for hosting this.”

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Last modified: January 22, 2018