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Faculty Workshops

Want Students Who Are Better Readers & Critical Thinkers?

Join us for the PURSUE TRUTH EP Faculty Workshops. Sessions will include:

  • Fostering Critical Reading --In and Out of the Classroom
  • Creating a Roadmap to Understanding (The Learning Process and Information Fluency)
  • Cultivating the Four R's: Assignments that Help Students Read-Revisit-Reflect-Refine
  • Learning Remix: Multi-disciplinary Applications of Critical Reading

Starting in Summer 2023, the Workshops are open to ALL full-time faculty teaching lower-division (100 and 200 level) undergraduate courses. Participating faculty will receive a $2,000 stipend and refreshments, including breakfast and lunch. Please note: you must be able to attend all workshop sessions in their entirety and be willing to participate in QEP assessment after you've launched your new assignments. The PURSUE TRUTH Workshop will be a five-day session held once each term. The first session will be May 8-12, 2023, and will meet daily from 8:30 AM- 3:00 PM.

Workshop Testimonials:

"As a new professor, there were so many gems that I am taking from this workshop series. I was challenged and coached through the difficult work of creating meaningful assignments, connecting it all back to relevant objectives, and being able to convey that information in the most concise way possible. The course truly walked the walked (i.e., demonstrated each objective or principle taught with us as the student)."

"This workshop has been incredible in so many ways..Not only did I learn so much about writing, I also met so many great people, I learned so many tools and methods that will help me in my teaching journey."

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