Creating the Active Classroom 101

Promoting an active classroom doesn’t require a lot of major changes to your current teaching style. What it does require is incorporating simple engagement techniques that get your students up, moving, and interacting with your classroom content. “Students generally have difficulty connecting abstract knowledge with real-life applications” (Glaser & Struss, 1967). Providing your students with […]

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Faculty Showcase: pictures, give feedback and save the date!

Congratulations to the 47 faculty who showcased wonderful examples of their teaching, scholarship, EPIC projects, mini-grants, professorships and sabbaticals! We are grateful to the support services colleagues and Gartner who shared resources available to faculty at the Showcase and the LIT Advisory working group who planned and hosted this wonderful event. Over 80 faculty, staff […]

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Interested in Course Development Institute in June 2018?

Building a new course? Redesigning an older course? Want to align program and course goals to assessments and teaching strategies?Use proven methods to increase engagement and student outcomes by attending the 3-day Course Development Summer Institute in June 2018. LIT will customize the 3-day schedule based on your schedule. Seats are limited so email lit@wit.edu to enroll. […]

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