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Making Connections: Transferring and Applying Learning Among Courses
Nov 28-30 2012 November 28-30, 2012 Location: Weitz 231 Sponsor: CISMI and HHMI This event has already occurred, registration for the workshop is closed Description Wish students would carry more of what they learned in one ...
Team-Based Learning: Getting beyond the basics.
Jan 30-31 2009 Carleton College workshop helping faculty design team-based learning activities and prepare students to work in teams.
Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and GIS Modeling Workshop March 19-21, 2008
Mar 19-21 2008 Workshop combining lecture and lab exercises to improve understanding and application of spatial data and maps in teaching and research, especially through GIS software.
Carleton Spatial Modeling Workshop Dec. 3-5, 2007
Dec 3-5 2007 Workshop combining lecture and lab exercises to improve the understanding and application of spatial data in teaching and research, especially through GIS software.
A Carleton College Workshop on Team-Based Learning with Larry Michaelsen
May 11-12 2007 Carleton College workshop helping faculty design team-based learning activities and prepare students to work in teams.
Carleton Interdisciplinary Computational Modeling Workshop
Apr 20-21 2006 Interdisciplinary workshop, facilitated by the National Computational Science Institute, helping faculty from all disciplines incorporate computational modeling and data into their courses.
An Interdisciplinary Exploration: What is Carleton's Energy Future?
Dec 7-9 2005 Interdisciplinary exploration of the use and production of energy at Carleton College in the coming years, including the development of a conceptual model for approaching the problem to be used by faculty, staff, and students.