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Practicing Pedagogies: Summer Teaching Summit 2020

The purpose of the series is to help faculty foster a collaborative peer review approach to information literacy instruction and course development.

2019 Session Slides & Videos

Using the Framework  to Inform Teaching
(Backward Design I )
Catherine Fraser Riehle (UNL
Libraries) 

Tammi Owens (UNO)
 

Planning for and Collecting Meaningful Data to Make Your Life Easier and Your Teaching Better. 
(Backward Design II)
Dr. Stephanie Bondi.  Assistant Professor of Practice. College of Education and Human Sciences.

Towards a More Focused Outreach
(Lunchtime Panel)
Teri Hartman
(UNMC) 

Joan
Latta-Konecky,(UNL) 

Kim Harp (UNMC)

Tammi Owens (UNO)
Dr. Elizabeth Lorang (UNL)

Active—Constructive—Interactive—Framework
(Backward Design III)

Dr. Omer Farooq (UNO Libraries)

Canvas Integration the Present and the Future
(Digital Poster Session). 
Richard Graham (UNL)

Toni Anaya (UNL) 

Danielle Drummond (UNMC) 

From Irritant to Muse: Reframing Problems of Practice
(Introduction to SOTL)

Dr. Jenelle Reeves - Associate Professor of Practice. College of Education and Human Sciences.

Learning Spaces:Understanding Student's Needs and Preferences
Dr. Erica Defrain. (UNL)

 

2020 Summit

SAVE THE DATE!
 
THE PRACTICING PEDAGOGIES 
2020 SUMMER TEACHING SUMMIT 
Wednesday, June 3rd. 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday, June 4th, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m.

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN. Love Library. Rm 221

 
The 2020 Practicing Pedagogies Teaching Summit will be planned by the UNCL RIS team and promises to be even more engaging and energizing than previous years. Don't miss it!  Save the date in your calendar and get ready to register in early April
 
 
Take a look at the videos of last years sessions.                                                       
 

Read what previous participants had to say!

We Want To Hear From You Before We Begin Planning the 2020 Summit

"Loved the verb pyramid-I know I should be more intentional and being "forced" to do so is helpful." 2019 Participant

 

"Like the idea for laying out clearly to students what they'll be doing in a one-shot. Also good to hear how to assess the effectiveness of a course." 2018 Participant

 

"I will see if I can become embedded into a few courses.Seems to be very impactful, and will help with my many consultations." 2018 Participant

 

"The last session on turning our practice into research was very helpful and think I can now plan some research from my practice" 2018 Participant


"I love the idea of using a rubric with the observations I'm already doing. I never thought to do something like that."
2019 Participant

 

"There was number of good suggestions from the panel members that I can apply to my own outreach activities. Persistence is key!" 2018 Participant

 

"Came up with a great idea for a short article for our law librarian magazine." 2019 Participant

The Planning Team

Lorna Dawes. Co-chair (UNL) |  Lindsay Brownfield Co-chair (UNK)

Danielle Drummond | Emily Glen  | Roxanne Cox (UNMC)

Katie Bishop.  | Omer Farooq (UNO)

Ron Wirtz  | Rochelle Kruegar (UNK)

Matthew Novak | Sandra Placzek (UNL- LAW)

Signe Boudreau.  | Catherine Fraser Riehle. (UNL) 

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