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LTC: Integrating and Supporting the Visual: How We Work

By PEPS Egohsa Awaah '08, Student Researcher; Andrea Nixon, Director of Curricular and Research Support; and Heather Tompkins, Reference and Instruction Librarian Members of the Carleton community ...

LTC: Visualizing the Victorian Novel

By PEPS Susan Jaret McKinstry, Helen F. Lewis Professor of English How can we teach old books to new students? How can visual technologies help students understand historical objects? How can one ...

LTC: How Do Students Benefit from Undergraduate Research in the Sciences?

Sandra Laursen, Codirector and Research Associate, Ethnography & Evaluation Research (E&ER), Center to Advance Research at Teaching in the Social Sciences (CARTSS), University of ...

LTC: Carleton Classrooms: Safe Spaces, Challenging Conversations

Al Montero, Associate Professor of Political Science, Beth McKinsey, Professor of English and American Studies, Lance McCready, Assistant Professor of Educational Studies; Kristin Ginger ...

LTC: Teaching to the Test!#%$$!?: A New Carleton Initiative in Value-Added Assessment

Elizabeth Ciner, Associate Dean of the College; Chico Zimmerman, Professor of Classical Languages; James Hannaway '09; Juliana Houston '09; Peter (Pete) Jones '09; and Sarojini (Jini) Rao '09 This ...

LTC: Changing Places: What We Learned by Switching Departments and Teaching Each Other's Courses

Samuel Patterson, Professor of Mathematics and Bill Titus, John E. Sawyer Professor of Physics and Liberal Learning With interdisciplinary initiatives taking place throughout the college (arts, ...

LTC: Human Subjects Protection: What Faculty (and Students) Need to Know Before the Research Starts

George (Curt) Prospisil, Formerly of the Education Division of the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services In this LTC/IRB event, George ...

LTC: Educating the Net Generation

By PEPS Diana Oblinger, PhD, Vice President for EDUCAUSE; Leah Sipher-Mann ‘06, student; Jason Lord ‘06, student Most colleges and universities face a generation gap between ...

LTC: Disciplinary Communities: Faculty Leadership in Professional Societies

By PEPS Neil Lutsky, Professor of Psychology; Cathryn Manduca, Director, Science Education Resource Center; Nancy Wilkie, Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts Neil Lutsky served ...

LTC: Signature Pedagogies: Lessons From the Professions

By PEPS Lee Shulman, President, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Lee Shulman is a graduate of the University of Chicago and has a distinguished career in education and educational ...

LTC: Knowledge Surveys: Classroom Assessment Made Simple – and Fun

Karl Wirth, Associate Professor of Geology, Macalester College Ask yourself: Do you know where your students are? Yes, of course, they are physically present during your class periods. But do you ...

LTC: A Curriculum for the Consciously Creative Campus

A faculty panel presentation facilitated by Scott Bierman, Dean of the College.

LTC: Imagining the Curriculum: A Full Contact Lunch

By PEPS Scott Bierman, Dean of the College; Scott Carpenter, Professor of French; and Ron Rodman, Professor of Music Cosponsor: Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC)

LTC: Is the Visual Ascendant? Images, Imaging, and Education in the 21st Century

By PEPS Laurel Bradley, Director of Exhibitions and Curator of the College Art Collection; Cathy Manduca, Director, Science Education Resource Center; Beverly Nagel, Associate Dean of the College; ...

LTC: Storming the Castle: A Conversation About Transferring Skills and Cocepts Between Disciplines

John D. Bransford, James W. Mifflin University Professor of Education and Psychology at the University of Washington, Seattle and Director, Center for Learning in Informal and Formal Environments ...

LTC: Reading, Writing, and...Quantitative Inquiry: Involving First-Year Students in Research and Writing with Numbers

By PEPS Neil Lutsky, Professor of Psychology and Annette Nierobisz, Assistant Professor of Sociology Cosponsors: The Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge (QuIRk) program and the FIPSE grant

LTC: From Principles to Process: What We Learned About Curriculum Reform at "Competing"; Colleges

By PEPS Kathleen Galotti, Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Studies, Director of Cognitive Studies and Martha Paas, Wadsworth A. Williams Professor of Economics

LTC: Gender in the Classroom: Student Expectations and Perceptions of Male and Female Faculty

By PEPS Cindy Blaha, Professor of Physics and Astronomy; Elizabeth Mckinsey, Professor of English and American Studies;and Mary Savina, Coordinator of the Perlman Center for Learning and Teaching

LTC: Numbers of Words about Numbers with Words: How Faculty are Integrating Quantitative Thinking and Writing in Their Courses

By PEPS Adriana Estill, Assistant Professor of English and American Studies; Tammy Feldman, Visiting Associate Professor of Economics; Neil Lutsky, Professor of Psychology; Mary Savina, Professor of ...