Teaching in Flexible Classrooms
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Important Dates  

Time:
2:00 PM–3:30 PM Monday Aug 13, 2018
Speaker:

Adam Edwards

Location:

Armory 428

Description:

In this 90 minute workshop, learn everything you need to know to create a Compass2g space for your course!

Topics include: how to request a Compass2g space, how to add content to your course and stay organized, managing your course roster and grade book, sending announcements and email via Compass2g, using Compass2g to grade assignments, and more!

Bring your laptop and you can create your course with the help of a CITL specialist.

Earning a teaching certificate with CITL? This workshop will satisfy one fourth of the required workshop hours for either the Graduate Teacher Certificate or the Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching!

Website: Link
Cost: free
Sponsor:

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Event Source: CITL Calendar

Time:
9:30 AM–11:00 AM Wednesday Aug 15, 2018
Speaker:

Adam Edwards

Location:

Armory 428

Description:

In this 90 minute workshop, learn everything you need to know to use i>clicker in your classroom!

Topics include: how to run i>clicker instructor software, using i>clicker for more than just roll call, how to design effective i>clicker questions that generate discussion, how to sync your i>clicker scores with Compass2g, and more!

We will have i>clickers available for use throughout the workshop, so no hardware is required!

Earning a teaching certificate with CITL? This workshop will satisfy one fourth of the required workshop hours for either the Graduate Teacher Certificate or the Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching!

Website: Link
Cost: free
Sponsor:

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Event Source: CITL Calendar

Time:
11:00 AM–12:30 PM Thursday Aug 16, 2018
Speaker:

Adam Edwards

Location:

Armory 428

Description:

In this 90 minute workshop, learn everything you need to know to create a Compass2g space for your course!

Topics include: how to request a Compass2g space, how to add content to your course and stay organized, managing your course roster and grade book, sending announcements and email via Compass2g, using Compass2g to grade assignments, and more!

Bring your laptop and you can create your course with the help of a CITL specialist.

Earning a teaching certificate with CITL? This workshop will satisfy one fourth of the required workshop hours for either the Graduate Teacher Certificate or the Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching!

Website: Link
Cost: free
Sponsor:

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Event Source: CITL Calendar

Time:
2:00 PM–3:30 PM Friday Aug 17, 2018
Speaker:

Adam Edwards

Location:

Armory 428

Description:

In this 90 minute workshop, learn everything you need to know to use i>clicker in your classroom!

Topics include: how to run i>clicker instructor software, using i>clicker for more than just roll call, how to design effective i>clicker questions that generate discussion, how to sync your i>clicker scores with Compass2g, and more!

We will have i>clickers available for use throughout the workshop, so no hardware is required!

Earning a teaching certificate with CITL? This workshop will satisfy one fourth of the required workshop hours for either the Graduate Teacher Certificate or the Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching!

Website: Link
Cost: free
Sponsor:

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Event Source: CITL Calendar

Time:
1:30 PM–3:00 PM Tuesday Aug 21, 2018
Speaker:

Adam Edwards

Location:

Armory 428

Description:

In this 90 minute workshop, learn everything you need to know to create a Compass2g space for your course!

Topics include: how to request a Compass2g space, how to add content to your course and stay organized, managing your course roster and grade book, sending announcements and email via Compass2g, using Compass2g to grade assignments, and more!

Bring your laptop and you can create your course with the help of a CITL specialist.

Earning a teaching certificate with CITL? This workshop will satisfy one fourth of the required workshop hours for either the Graduate Teacher Certificate or the Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching!

Website: Link
Cost: free
Sponsor:

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Event Source: CITL Calendar

NEW WAYS OF TEACHING. NEW WAYS OF LEARNING.

DISCOVER iFLEX CLASSROOMS

iFLEX stands for Illinois Flexible Learning EXperience, a new kind of classroom with reconfigurable furniture, multiple writing surfaces, and enhanced technologies. iFLEX classrooms are in high demand by faculty whose courses and teaching methods emphasize collaborative learning activities and a heavy reliance on digital media and audio-visual technologies. More information:  

SUPPORT FOR TEACHING IN FLEXIBLE CLASSROOMS

CITL staff has years of experience supporting good teaching practices in all classroom settings. Our workshops, faculty forums, digital resources, and lunch-hour learning sessions can help you make the most of your iFLEX teaching experience. Learn how to manage collaborative activities, use newer classroom technologies, and create fun and engaging experiences for your students. We’ll even come to your classroom to help you try something new! Check the Calendar or click on Learn More to request a one-to-one consultation or customized workshop for your department.

DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS & FACULTY COHORTS

CITL offers short presentations highlighting research on flexible classrooms, and leads faculty cohorts through visioning and course redesign sessions in preparation for teaching in flexible classrooms. Click on Learn More to request a department presentation on iFLEX, or a customized series for your faculty.

ASSISTANCE WITH CLASSROOM RENOVATION PROJECTS

CITL serves as a liaison between department leaders, campus units, and designers to assist with classroom renovations for department and general assignment classrooms. Our extensive expertise helps departments successfully navigate the classroom design process to ensure that faculty needs are considered, and best teaching practices are supported throughout the project.