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Please register if you plan to (virtually) attend our next ePortfolio Faculty Learning Community meeting, but also feel free to pop in if you aren't able to register ahead of time! We will update this event description with the Zoom meeting link, and email the log in information to anyone who has registered the morning of Monday, June 1st.

 

 

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Are you ready to take a deep breath and reflect on this quarter? You did a great job transferring your F2F courses to an online format in a short timeframe.

This coffeehouse session will provide time and space to talk about what went well, what the challenges were for you and your students, and how to begin planning for the fall. Come join your colleagues for a morning coffee break.

You can join this session via Zoom: https://udenver.zoom.us/j/99237571782

Pedagogy Faculty Development

OTL Conference Room (Anderson Academic Commons 345)

In this age of coronavirus, online teaching, and changes to academic life, stress levels for faculty and staff are elevated, often above the typical tension and worry associated with the spring quarter. 

The Office of Teaching Learning (OTL) invites you to attend the Heart of Higher Education conversation (HOHE), an opportunity to gather as a DU community to share the challenges and opportunities of navigating these uncertain times.  HOHE is structured yet open, allowing for the exploration of the complex thoughts and emotions that often accompany stress, uncertainty, and ambiguity. 

The conversations are facilitated by Dr. Paul Michalec, Clinical Professor in the Morgridge College of Education and OTL Faculty Fellow.  Paul has led similar conversations through OTL for the last two years.  Faculty and staff attending those sessions describe a sense of renewal, collegiality, and recommitment to their calling to serve students and colleagues.  HOHE conversations are open to all faculty (of any rank) and staff (of any title).

Prior to each meeting an agenda and short reflective reading will be distributed via email. Two sessions, with the same content, are offered bi-weekly to create more opportunities for involvement.  For more information or questions contact Paul Michalec at paul.michalec@du.edu  Meetings, via Zoom, will be held on the following days and times:

 

The Zoom address for HOHE conversations is: https://udenver.zoom.us/j/988468476

 

Pedagogy

OTL Conference Room (Anderson Academic Commons 345)

In this age of coronavirus, online teaching, and changes to academic life, stress levels for faculty and staff are elevated, often above the typical tension and worry associated with the spring quarter. 

The Office of Teaching Learning (OTL) invites you to attend the Heart of Higher Education conversation (HOHE), an opportunity to gather as a DU community to share the challenges and opportunities of navigating these uncertain times.  HOHE is structured yet open, allowing for the exploration of the complex thoughts and emotions that often accompany stress, uncertainty, and ambiguity. 

The conversations are facilitated by Dr. Paul Michalec, Clinical Professor in the Morgridge College of Education and OTL Faculty Fellow.  Paul has led similar conversations through OTL for the last two years.  Faculty and staff attending those sessions describe a sense of renewal, collegiality, and recommitment to their calling to serve students and colleagues.  HOHE conversations are open to all faculty (of any rank) and staff (of any title).

Prior to each meeting an agenda and short reflective reading will be distributed via email. Two sessions, with the same content, are offered bi-weekly to create more opportunities for involvement.  For more information or questions contact Paul Michalec at paul.michalec@du.edu  Meetings, via Zoom, will be held on the following days and times:

 

The Zoom address for HOHE conversations is: https://udenver.zoom.us/j/988468476

 

Pedagogy

Online

 Are you looking for an informal and casual place to gather with faculty to connect, reflect, share stories and ideas, and find community in this uncertain time? 

If so, join Dr. Paul Michalec (Faculty Fellow, OTL) and Dr. Laura Sponsler (Resident Scholar - Teaching and Professional Faculty) for a faculty unmeeting on Fridays at 10am, throughout the spring quarter. 

The goals for this unmeeting are simple - to be together, build new relationships, share teaching stories, and strengthen our community through conversation and reflection. 

We invite all DU faculty in all ranks and series to join us for this drop-in session.  No Agenda.  No Program.  Just an opportunity to log in and be present to your experiences and the stories of your colleagues. 

  

You can join through this link:

https://udenver.zoom.us/my/drlaurasponsler

Faculty Development