Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Cheating in the Modern Age

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning  is hosting a workshop titled CHEATING IN THE MODERN AGE on Friday, November 11th from noon-1:00pm in A405.  Please RSVP to CITL@temple.edu so we can have lunch available when you arrive!

Academic dishonesty undermines the University’s mission and purpose and devalues the work of all members of the Temple community. Please join us, and share your experience while we discuss Temple’s Academic Honesty Code and ways to combat cheating.

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Qualtrics in the Classroom

Do you know Fox/STHM provides Qualtrics survey design software accounts for all faculty, students and staff?  Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching in Learning (CITL) is hosting a faculty Qualtrics workshop on February 4th from 12:00-12:50pm in Speakman Hall room 114.  Jimmy John’s lunch will be provided.   To RSVP for this event, click here or RSVP to CITLevents@temple.edu

This faculty workshop will help you transform your classroom experience through…

  •       Collaborative research projects
  •      Providing students with real-world survey design experience
  •      Capstone research projects in all disciplines
  •      Application of data analysis methods
  •      Gamification of response rates

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Fox PhD Teaching Workshop

The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s next workshop is for PhD Students and will be held on Wednesday, August 28th from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall A239.  Topics will include: Program Goals/Objectives and Program-Level Assessment; Course Goals/Objectives; A Common Core Student Experience; A Holistic Curriculum; Assurance of Learning (AoL) in the context of AACSB accreditation; How assessment adds value; Resources offered by the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL); and the Student Feedback Form (SFFs) process.

 

PhD Student Workshop

Click here for TU Capture video of the event.