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Kent State’s Center for Teaching and Learning Announces Fall Working Lunch Programs

Kent State University’s Center for Teaching and Learning will again host a series of working lunches from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Led by faculty colleagues and experts from various departments throughout the university, these lunches are designed to provide faculty members with insights, approaches and strategies to enhance student learning. Since there is no such thing as a free lunch, you will be engaged in active participation and asked to think about how you can use these ideas in your classroom.  

Faculty members are sure to leave full of new ideas and lunch! The dates and topics for the working lunches this fall are:

  •  Sept. 26, Moulton Hall Ballroom, Kent Campus
    “Stepping Up and Speaking Out as a Faculty Member:  Assisting Disruptive and Distressed Students”
    To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/stepupspeakout
     
  • Oct. 26, 181 Health and Science Wing, Kent State University at Salem
    “Huh???:  Teaching Distracted Students”
    To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/hlmd6df
     
  • Oct. 31, Kent Student Center Ballroom Balcony, Kent Campus
    “Moving the Boulder Uphill:  Engaging Students in Difficult Courses”
    To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/j5kzmad
     
  • Nov. 15, Moulton Hall Ballroom, Kent Campus
    “The What, Why and How of the Flipped Classroom”
    To register, visit  http://tinyurl.com/What-Why-How-Flipped-Classroom
     

Learn more about Kent State’s Center for Teaching and Learning