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Tough Talks: Illuminating Difficult Conversations

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Experiential Assignments: Fostering Empathy and Critical Thinking

Tuesday, November 28, 12:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m., CEE Conference Room, Camino Hall 1F
Presented by Dr. Jillian Tullis, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies
Coffee and light snacks will be provided

Drawing on information from the Lilly-Conference on Designing
Effective Teaching, this session will focus on experiential learning
as a strategy for fostering the characteristics of an ideal learning
environment. Using the SNAP/Food Stamp Challenge as a case
study, participants will explore how an interactive assignment can
allow empathy, foster critical thinking, and practice writing up data.
Participants are encouraged to bring an idea or topic they would
like to develop into an experiential learning project or assignment.

RSVP here for Tough Talks Experiential Assignments


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Digital Humanities and/as Critical Thinking

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Friday, December 1, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Humanities Center Salon (SH 200)
Facilitated by Dr. Maura Giles-Watson, Assistant Professor, English and Paul Evans, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities

This month’s FFF Book Raffle is Debates in the Digital Humanities by Matthew K. Gold.

Digital Humanities (DH) is an interdisciplinary field that combines modes of inquiry from the humanities and humanistic social sciences with computational and scientific modes of inquiry. How does DH define and then apply critical thinking in teaching, learning, and undergraduate research? How is DH different from traditional modes of discipline-centered critical inquiry in higher education?

Outcomes:
•  Define critical thinking in the DH context.
•  Provide participants with information about newly available DH resources
•  Encourage participants to envision their own small-scale DH projects.
•  Generate critical thinking about technology and its effects

 RSVP here for FFF Digital Humanities

Announcements

CEE October 2017 Newsletter

USD Just Read!

USD Just Read! October Newsletter

USD Just Read! Events Page


New Faculty Interview

with Dr. Alex Mejia, Assistant Professor, General Engineering

with Dr. Angela Nurse, Diversity Post-Doctoral Fellow


Highlighting Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Neena Din, Associate Dean and Adjunct Professor of Biology


Innovative Pedagogy Interview

with Dr. Craig Barkacs, Profesor, Business Law


Welcome to Dr. Anne Koenig

The Center for Educational Excellence is pleased to welcome our Interim Director, Dr. Anne Koenig. You can get to know her by joining us at one of our many workshops, panels, and programs. You are also invited to stop by the CEE office in Camino 1F whenever you have an idea or issue to discuss!  


Come visit one of our consultants to get some advice and ideas to make the rest of the semester more successful!

The CEE offers free and confidential consultations to all USD faculty regarding  any and all aspects of Teaching & Learning and Faculty Development. This may include course and syllabus design, integration of various pedagogies in the classroom, the ARRT process, improving student evaluations, and so much more.

Call (619-260-7402) or e-mail (cee@sandiego.edu) the CEE and we would be happy to schedule a consultation. All information will be kept strictly confidential.


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Join the CEE BB Org today in order to gain access to the many CEE resources available for all USD faculty.

All event archives - including handouts, powerpoints, and videos - are available only through our BB Org. Login to BB and scroll down towards the bottom of the page to see Organizations.

Don't have access? E-mail us at cee@saandiego.edu and we would be happy to add you to the BB org. An active USD e-mail address is all you need to gain access. 


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February 2018

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2018 // 4 p.m.Serra Hall, Room 200 (Humanities Center) 5998 Alcala Park
    San Diego, CA 92110

April 2018

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2018 // 4 p.m.Serra Hall, Room 200 (Humanities Center) 5998 Alcala Park
    San Diego, CA 92110

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