In this kickoff event for the third year of the new certificate program in Innovation for Teaching Effectiveness (INNOVATE), we’ll explore ways that faculty can adopt and refine evidence-based teaching approaches that challenge students, foster their persistence, and cultivate their development as 21st century professionals and engaged citizens. We’ll connect research ideas to practice by reflecting on plans for participants’ projects. This program is open to all instructional faculty—tenured/tenure-track, lecturers, and adjunct—who teach courses in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, or the undergraduate program in Social Work; it is funded by the those entities and the FDC. This event is for participants who have applied and been accepted to participate in the Innovation for Teaching Effectiveness (INNOVATE) Certificate program. All faculty participating in the certificate program are encouraged to attend the kickoff.
§ Counts towards INNOVATE Certificate