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.
2018 – 2019 Luncheons
The following are our fall pedagogy luncheons. Luncheons are from 11:20am - 12:20pm and held in the Evans-Lively room of Old Carnegie (2nd floor).
Thursday, September 13
The Subcommittee on Curricular Design will lead the group in producing brief, clear descriptions of the General Education proposals that have been submitted.
Tuesday, October 18
Engaging with the proposed curricular elements
Faculty members will engage with the proposed curricular elements by asking questions about each of the elements. The questions will then be used to generate discussion both in small and larger groups regarding as many of the elements as time will allow. The question formulation technique used to generate our discussion is easily transferrable to classroom settings.
Facilitated by the General Education Committee
Thursday, November 6
Teaching Strategies to Help All Students Thrive
Our classrooms are full of students from different educational backgrounds and who have different learning needs and interests. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that can be used to design learning experiences that meet the needs of all learners. It helps us create courses and classes that motivate our diverse students to learn, help them understand content, and demonstrate their learning. In so doing, it can help us reach students previously missed. The purpose of this luncheon is to develop a general understanding of UDL principles and the teaching strategies that can be implemented in our classes to help all Centre College students succeed.
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