CETL-St. Augustine Workshop Registration Website

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Mon Oct 1, 2018, 9:00 AM - Wed Jun 26, 2019, 4:00 PM (-04)

Want to improve your teaching skills and assessment methods? Curious about how to develop a learning outcome or an in-class assessment? Currently teaching at UWI as a graduate student, tutor or part-time instructor? Want to connect with others teaching at UWI? Then it sounds like the Instructional Skills Workshop is for you!!

The Instructional Skills Workshop or ISW is designed to provide a framework for planning and delivering lessons and a foundation for growing as a professional educator. It also provides a forum for participants to deliver lessons to their peers and receive feedback in a variety of formats. This workshop is open to all UWI employees and graduate students who have teaching responsibilities

The workshop is highly interactive and requires that the participant complete ‘homework’ between sessions.
At the end of the workshop, the participant will have:
• Reviewed basic ideas about teaching and learning
• Developed learning outcomes, lesson plans and assessment strategies
• Explored instructional strategies, feedback methods and classroom assessment techniques
• Designed, developed and delivered two-mini lessons
• Received written, oral and video feedback from peers

Note: dates for this workshop are March 8 (half day), 22 (half day) and 29th from 9 am to 4pm. To be successful in this workshop you need to attend all sessions and complete the mini lessons.

Thu May 23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (-04)

TLC-Tutorial Room 2

This workshop explores assessment in higher education. Traditional assessment strategies may not suffice in our present 21st century teaching/ learning environment. Assessment is now a multifaceted process linked to a course curriculum matrix and table of specification. It also involves the development of an assessment plan, an assessment matrix and feedback table, all of these linked to the curriculum matrix. Assessment also involves constructive alignment (Biggs and Tang, 2007) where learning and assessment are linked to learning outcomes.

Tue Jun 4, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (-04)

School of Education

An Orientation to Myelearning tools and activities such as the quiz discussion forum and assignment activities which will be used throughout your programme. Connect with your instructor to obtain the password to register.

Thu Jun 6, 1:00 - 2:00 PM (-04)

Virtual Learning

This workshop builds on the first online session on Preparing for Assessment and explores the issues related to integrating technology in classroom assessment in the context of 21st century teaching and learning. Emphasis is placed on online assessment methods including the use of the assessment toolkit and ‘assessment as learning’.

Link to the virtual workshop will be provided upon registration.

Thu Jun 13, 1:00 - 2:30 PM (-04)

Virtual Learning

With technological advancements, 21st century assessments have become much more flexible, creative and engaging. Moving beyond the traditional paper-based assessments, the emergence of various technologies have allowed learners to become more immersed, hands-on and collaborative in the learning process. The integration of videos for collaborative assignments not only creates a more creative and authentic approach to teaching, learning and assessment, but it equips the learner with a variety of soft and technical skills for the wider world of work, the professional arena (Agarwal & Ahuja, 2014). This workshop will provide an orientation to the integration of user-friendly technologies for video and pair/group assessments.

Link to the virtual workshop will be provided upon registration.

Fri Jun 21, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (-04)

CETL-Technology Lab

Portfolio development is now a critical aspect of a lecturers’ evidence of professional development as well as teaching and learning growth in our 21st century teaching/learning environment. Universities worldwide are now requiring that all perspective faculty members present an e-portfolio as part of their application documentation for employment consideration.

Thu Jun 27, 1:00 - 2:30 PM (-04)

Virtual Learning

According to the Glossary of Education Reform, student engagement refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught, which extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in their education. Blogs are online didactic platforms that allow teaching and student engagement to occur beyond the four walls of the physical classroom. It provides an avenue through which the physical boarders of teaching and learning can be removed. This workshop will orient participants to Blogger, and the many ways it can be used for teaching and engagement beyond the physical classroom.

Link to the virtual workshop will be provided upon registration.