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LTC: Distinctive Pedagogies: Classes That Click

Eric Egge, Assistant Professor of Mathematics; and Stephen Parker, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics Have you ever wondered whether you could get text-messaging technology to work for you in ...

LTC: A Conversation About the Future of Civic Engagement at Carleton

Ellen Kennedy, Visiting Professor of Sociology; and Michael McNally, Associate Professor of Religion This Perlman LTC lunch event features a discussion about best practices in Academic Civic ...

LTC: Encouraging Student Success in the Intercultural Classroom: What Works?

Petra Crosby, Director of International Student Programs; Kathy Evertz, Director of the Academic Support Center; Rietta Turner, Director of TRIO/SSS; and Dashini Jeyathurai '08, Carleton student What ...

LTC: Learning in Groups: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Larry K. Michaelsen, Professor of Management, University of Central Missouri When you use learning groups, do your students complain about such things as: • Having to do more than their fair ...

LTC: Students Do Visual Media

Laurel Bradley (moderator), Director of Exhibitions; and Lew Weinberg (moderator), Media Technologies Coordinator Carleton Student Panel: Ryan Oto '09, Caitlin McKimmy '10, Caitlin Magnusson '09, ...

LTC: Integrative Learning: Chemistry, Carnegie, and Creativity

Tricia Ferrett, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Carleton Interdisciplinary Science and Math Initiative (CISMI) Cosponsors: Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning,and Knowledge (QuIRK) Initiative

LTC: What We Do and Do Not Know about Student Learning at Carleton: An Institutional View

Elizabeth Ciner, Associate Dean of the College; Jackie Lauer-Glebov, Assistant Director of Institutional Research; Alfred Montero, Associate Professor of Political Science; Victoria Morse, Assistant ...

LTC: The Principal Language of Public Argument: Observations on Quantitative Reasoning in Student Writing

Tammy Feldman, Visiting Associate Professor of Economics; and Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology. Cosponsor: Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge (Quirk) Initiative.

LTC: Course Evaluation Matters: Strategies, Pitfalls, and Opportunities

By PEPS Stacy Beckwith, Associate Professor of Hebrew; Cindy Blaha, Professor of Physics and Astronomy; and Louis Newman, John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religious Studies

LTC: Distinctive Pedagogies: Teaching through Picture Writing

Qiguang Zhao, Burton and Lily Levin Professor of Chinese Join us for a demonstration of Professor Zhao’s technique of live illustration in the classroom. This is the inaugural event in our ...

LTC: Learning from the Writing Portfolio: Assessment Yields Research

Carol Rutz, Director of the College Writing Program and Lecturer in English; Victoria Morse, Assistant Professor of History and Director of Medieval and Renaissance Studies; Melinda Russell, ...

LTC: Critical Thinking About Numbers in the News

Milo Schield, Professor, Department of Business Administration, Augsburg Colelge Milo Schield discusses research he has been doing on how numbers are represented in the popular media. In addition, he ...

LTC: Engaging the Classroom: Teaching and Effective Communication

David Wiles, Associate Professor of Theater Professor David Wiles brings his professional theatrical training to a session that combines a discussion of the basic issues involved in creating an ...