Events

Developing and Designing Meaningful Writing Assignments for Any Course

Workshop from the Delta Program in the Graduate School and Writing Across the Curriculum

Career development Teaching

July 12th, 11:30am–1:00pm

Writing Center Commons at 6171, Helen C. White Hall

What can increase student engagement and enhance student learning in your current or future teaching roles? Well-designed writing activities! In this workshop, we’ll share proven strategies for successful and inclusive assignment design and begin to draft or revise a writing activity. This event can be attended in person or online. A light lunch will be provided for in-person participants. Register here: https://delta.wisc.edu/event/wac-workshop1_summer22/

Preparing Your Teaching Demo for a Job Interview

Teaching & Mentoring PD, offered by Delta and CIRTL

Career development Teaching

July 14th, 12:30pm–1:45pm

Online

As part of the interview process for a faculty position, you may be asked to lead a teaching demonstration. In this interactive workshop, we’ll discuss ways to go into your teaching demo with preparedness, confidence, and adaptability. Register here: https://delta.wisc.edu/event/cirtl-teaching-demo/

Strategies for (More) Equitable Assessment of Student Writing

Workshop from the Delta Program in the Graduate School and Writing Across the Curriculum

Career development Teaching

July 19th, 11:30am–1:00pm

Writing Center Commons at 6171, Helen C. White Hall

How will you assess students’ writing equitably when each student is turning in something different? This workshop will give an overview of principles and strategies to achieve equitable assessment of student writing. Offered in partnership with Writing Across the Curriculum. This event can be attended in-person or online. A light lunch will be provided for in-person participants. Register: https://delta.wisc.edu/event/wac-workshop2_summer22/

Writing Learning Outcomes that Drive Instruction

Workshop from the Delta Program in the Graduate School

Career development Teaching

August 16th, 9:30am–11:30am

Online

Effective teaching is driven by the intended result: How can you focus your content and aim for significant, interconnected learning? This workshop offers a hands-on approach to drafting measurable, student-centered learning outcomes for your teaching, conference talks, departmental seminars or other learning contexts. Register: https://delta.wisc.edu/event/outcomessummer22/

Has Someone Wrestled With This Before? Finding and Using Education Literature

Workshop from the Delta Program in the Graduate School

Career development Teaching

August 18th

Online

Don't reinvent the wheel! Participants in this hands-on workshop will learn how to efficiently find information to use student-centered teaching approaches well, address a 'sticking point' in your current or future course that students find challenging, and more. Register: https://delta.wisc.edu/event/edlitsummer22/