The Center has scheduled the following events during the Fall 2016 semester to directly support the revised co-op curriculum. In addition to these offerings, you can always request an individual, confidential consultation to work one-on-one with a learning scientist on your course. For more information, contact Kathy Takayama at (617) 373-3833 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2016 Co-Op Programs
Registration for these events is preferred. Click an event date/time to read more and to register for that session. All sessions will take place in 215 Snell Library.
|Using Student Responses to Co-op Guided Inquiries to Inform Teaching Practices||11/3/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||
This Teaching Exchange provides Co-op faculty across campus with an opportunity to discuss how their students’ responses can inform their teaching practices in and out of the classroom.
|Preparing Students for Global Co-op Placements||11/8/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||
This Teaching Exchange provides Co-op faculty across campus with an opportunity to share how they prepare students for global Co-op placements.
|Using Peer-to-Peer Feedback in Co-op Courses to Enhance Student Learning||12/6/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||
In this workshop for Co-op faculty, participants will explore using peer-to-peer feedback in a way that can not only be more time-efficient, but also enhance student learning so that students become self-directed learners.
|Preparing Co-op Faculty Presentations that Engage the Audience, Part I||12/12/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||
In this first workshop of a two-part series, Co-op faculty will explore multimedia design principles and active learning strategies that can be used to engage both professional conference audiences and students.
|Preparing Co-op Faculty Presentations that Engage the Audience, Part II||12/16/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||
In this second of two workshops, Co-op faculty will have the opportunity to share and receive feedback from their colleagues and learning scientists on a presentation in which they have incorporated strategies from the first workshop.