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Teaching Resource Center

  • LA Times featured artist Dr. Yvette DeChavez sharing with faculty, staff and administrators the methodology behind decolonizing the syllabus.
  • LA Times featured artist Dr. Yvette DeChavez sharing with faculty, staff and administrators the methodology behind decolonizing the syllabus.
  • Carol Damgen and Thomas Berry
  • Ernest Silvers engaging in the American Council on Education course in Effective Teaching Practices.
  • Sailesh Maharjan and Frank Tuthill engaging in the American Council on Education course in Effective Teaching Practices.
  • Charity Peak introducing the American Council on Education course in Effective Teaching Practices.
  • Monideepa Becerra and Nicholas Bratcher engaging in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Classroom Summer 18 Institute.
  • Jeff Tan facilitating the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Classroom Summer 18 institute.

Teaching Resource Center Events

The TRC arranges and coordinates seminars, workshops, lectures and discussion groups which are designed to enhance faculty knowledge and skills in all areas of classroom instruction. TRC serves as a center where faculty can seek assistance in the development of effective teaching styles and strategies. TRC Event Registration Portal 
 

Spring 2019 Events:


Annual event celebrating faculty’s success in using innovative pedagogies and learning technologies for instruction. Complete brief application by May 17th to present. Final presentations due May 27th. 
May Pedagogy Café


The Teaching Academy invite faculty, instructors and graduate teachers to discuss pedagogy, innovative teaching methods and lessons learned in the classroom. Join us for coffee and snacks. 


 

TSSA grant recipients from 2017-18 will share with colleagues what was learned at conferences, along with what worked in the classroom, and what didn’t. 


Discuss pedagogy, innovative teaching methods and lessons learned in the classroom. Join us for coffee and snacks. 

Friday May 31st 
11am-1:30pm
PL-5005 
Monday May 13th
2:00pm to 3:30pm
PL-4005A
Wednesday May 8th 
12:00pm to 1:00pm 
PL-4005
Wednesday April 15th
2:00pm to 3:30pm 
PL-4005

Winter 2019 Events:





The Teaching Academy invite faculty, instructors and graduate teachers to discuss pedagogy, innovative teaching methods and lessons learned in the classroom. Join us for coffee and snacks. 




TSSA grant recipients from 2017-18 will share with colleagues what was learned at conferences, along with what worked in the classroom, and what didn’t. 




The Teaching Academy invite faculty, instructors and graduate teachers to discuss pedagogy, innovative teaching methods and lessons learned in the classroom. Join us for coffee and snacks.




Dr. DeChavez is a Latinx writer, artist and scholar from San Antonio, Texas. Her research and activism focuses on centering the voices, narratives and performances of Indigenous Americans and People of Color in academia.
Wednesday March 13th
2:00pm to 3:15pm
PL-4005
Wednesday February 13th
12:00pm to 1:00pm
PL-4005
Wednesday February 13th
2:00pm to 3:15pm
PL-4005
Tuesday January 22nd
9:30am to 11:00am
2:30pm to 4:00pm
PL-4005

Teaching and Learning with e-Portfolios: Portfolium
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the workshop above has been cancelled.
A notification will be sent when a new date has been scheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Fall 2018 Events:


Theatre Methods for Activating Material and Engaging Students


The Teaching Academy invites all faculty and graduate student teachers to join Professor Johanna Smith of Theatre Arts to explore fun and useful techniques that are guaranteed to engage CSUSB students in meaningful ways. This workshop will showcase a variety of methods that can be easily applied across disciplines in large classrooms as well as small ones. Food and drinks will be provided. 

Date and Time- Wednesday, November 07, 12:30-2 pm
Location- ​​​​​​​PL-4005, Faculty Center for Excellence

Blackboard Ally

Workshop: Blackboard Ally
Blackboard Ally is an awareness tool that help faculty create a more inclusive environment by offering accessibility recommendations for Blackboard courses. The tool integrates seamlessly with Blackboard, the campus learning management system. Using Ally, instructors can see a dashboard that provides insights into the accessibility level of their course material, as well as suggestions on remediation and alternative formats. 
 
This workshop will cover an ally overview for instructors and Q&A, CSUSB’s current document remediation process and faculty development activities
 
All faculty are invited to attend!
Date and Time- Monday, October 29th, 2:40-3:50 pm
Location- PL-4005, Faculty Center for Excellence