Typically held three times per term during Common Hour, Pedagogy Luncheons are an opportunity for faculty to share and discuss common teaching interests, challenges, and strategies.
2017 – 2018 Luncheons
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Building Intersections between Scholarship and Teaching
Location: Norton Center Board Room
Centre College embraces the teacher-scholar model wherein scholarship enriches our teaching and is essential to effective instruction. The purpose of this pedagogy luncheon is to discuss how, both conceptually and practically, scholarship and teaching inform and inspire one another. In so doing, we will address the opportunities, challenges, and methods of fulfilling the teacher-scholar model.
Facilitated by: Allison Connolly, Matthew Pierce, Brett Werner, and Tara Strauch
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Student Learning through Internships: Implications from a Three-year Study
In January 2015, Mindy Wilson and Ellen Prusinski began a study focusing on student learning and growth in internships. Although we were well aware of how personally meaningful internships can be for students, we knew less about how students learn through the process of completing an internship and, more specifically, how internships help students connect their applied and academic work. This pedagogy lunch will focus on how faculty members and other mentors can use the study results to support student learning in internships going forward.
Facilitated by: Mindy Wilson and Ellen Prusinski
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Responding to student needs in times of stress: “What should I do now?”
At a College that emphasizes personal education, determining when and how to help students can be confusing. As members of the faculty and staff, and as caring members of our campus community, we want to help but we may not be clear on what approach to take or who else needs to be involved. Join us for a conversation regarding challenging student situations in and out of the classroom.
Facilitated by: Brian Cusato, Mary Gulley, Megan Noltemeyer, Dan Manheim and Ann Goodwin
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Checking In: Our Curricular Mission and Goals
At this luncheon, members of the Committee on Curricular Mission and Goals will share the most current version of the curricular mission and goals, solicit faculty feedback on what has been accomplished, and help us move towards the next steps of the process.
Facilitated by: January Haile, Willie Costley, Kelly O’Quin, Chris Paskewich, Kaelyn Wiles, and Ian Wilson
Thursday, September 14, 2017
There’s Nothing Small about Microaggressions
Microaggressions are not simply a matter of etiquette. Inappropriate or offensive comments have an effect on students, even when made unintentionally by well-meaning and good-hearted people. The purpose of this luncheon is to identify what microaggressions are, how they accumulate over time, and why we should be concerned about their effects. We’ll share examples of microaggressions experienced by Centre College students and discuss ways that we can work to decrease their occurrence in our classrooms.
Facilitated by: Maria Apostolova, Kiana Fields, Ann Goodwin, Rodman King, Chantell Limerick, and Alex McAllister
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