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In cahoots

Sep 26, 2018
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Hosted by the Center for Engaged Learning & Teaching, the 5-Minute Research Collaboration pairs professors from different areas of study and challenges them to create a collaborative research...

Now serving

Sep 05, 2018
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Tulane students were spotted at a variety of uptown locations on Saturday, Sept. 1, for Outreach Tulane, the annual student service event held each year at the start of the fall semester. The day'...

Role reversal

Aug 16, 2018
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Jaelle Scheuerman, Nancy Gunn and Tim Mclean, left to right, watch as Gunn shoots video of a 3D printer in action in the Tulane Makerspace on Thursday morning. The three were taking part in Think...

Canvas Fundamentals

Location: downtown campus
Building:1440 Canal Street, 1206


Learn how to navigate your Canvas Dashboard and menus, edit notifications and settings, post your syllabus, and explore best practices for sharing your course material with students. In addition, learn how to import content from prior Canvas courses and/or other formats.


Please RSVP via the web at https://celt.tulane.edu/events or email amcfarl3@tulane.edu
For more information contact Ariel McFarland by phone at 5043147691

 


 

Series reminds students that ‘professors are people, too’

Apr 12, 2018
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Last fall semester the Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT) and ...

Brown Bag: Feeling Your Bones: A Somatic Approach to Better Communcation

Location: uptown campus
Building:Richardson Building, 309


This experiential talk will introduce some basic concepts of Somatic Experiencing for the Performer or Speaker. After a description giving context for these methods, there will be a demonstration of tools to enhance the clarity of presenting, storytelling and speaking (or musical instruments or singing or any public presentation) using Somatic Experiencing and Alexander Technique. 


Please RSVP email amcfarl3@tulane.edu
For more information contact Eric Roque

 


 

Brown Bag: How to Teach Science: Key techniques to promote scientific thinking in the classroom

Location: uptown campus
Building:Richardson Building, 309


Scientific teaching has the main goal to make our teaching style more scientific. During this workshop we will provide key insights into how teachers of science could customize their own teaching style to promote the critical thinking, rigor, creativity and spirit of experimentation that defines research, and at the same time, capture the process of discovery characteristic of any STEM discipline. 


Please RSVP email amcfarl3@tulane.edu
For more information contact Eric Roque

 


 

5-Min Teaching Collaboration

Location: uptown campus
Building:Richardson Memorial (Architecture), 404


A fun and unique way to foster community and collaboration across departments and schools.


Please RSVP email amcfarl3@tulane.edu
For more information contact Eric Roque

 


 

Brown Bag: Difficult Conversations

Location: uptown campus
Building:Richardson Building, 309



Please RSVP email amcfarl3@tulane.edu
For more information contact Eric Roque

 


 

Brown Bag: Research Funding for Undergraduates

Location: uptown campus
Building:Richardson Building, 309



Please RSVP email amcfarl3@tulane.edu
For more information contact Eric Roque

 


 

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