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Past LTC Presentations


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LTC: Team-Based Learning: An Effective Strategy for Increasing Student Engagement and Learning

By PEPS Rich Goedde, Associate Professor of Economics and Director of Management Studies, St. Olaf College and Fernan Jaramillo, Associate Professor of Biology, Carleton College.

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: 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: 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 ...

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

LTC: Defining and Implementing the Argument and Inquiry Seminars

By PEPS Susannah Ottaway, Associate Professor of History; Louis Newman, John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religious Studies; and Peter Balaam, Assistant Professor of English

LTC: What Does This Say Again? Working with Assistive Technologies

By PEPS Carly Born, Academic Technologist, along with a faculty and student panel.

LTC: Peer-Led Team Learning in General Chemistry

By PEPS Professor Regina F. Frey, Director of WU Teaching Center and Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry; Washington University in St. Louis. At Washington University, peer-led team-learning ...

LTC: Teaming Up for Results: New Directions in Teaching Using Technology

By PEPS Carly Born, Academic Technologist; Clara Hardy, Professor of Classical Languages; Paula Lackie, Academic Technologist; Andrea Phelps, Academic Technology Associate; Doug McGill, former ...

LTC: The Arb: It's Not Just About Birdwatching

By PEPS Nancy Brakker, Arb Director; Dan Bruggeman, Senior Lecturer in Art; Mike Kowalewski, McBride Professor of English and Environmental Studies; Mark McKone, Professor of Biology and Research ...

LTC: Developing Instituational Leardership Among Mid-Career Faculty Members; The Macalester Faculty Leadership Seminar

By PEPS Adrienne Christiansen, Political Science, Director of the Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching and Professor and Karine Moe, Economics Six years ago, Macalester College began a ...

LTC: Collaborative and Collective Learning: Triads, Dyads, Linked Courses, etc.

By PEPS Elizabeth Ciner, Associate Dean of the College; Kirk Jeffrey, Professor of History; Carol Rutz, Director of the College Writing Program, Lecturer in English;and Susan Singer, Professor of ...

LTC: How Do People Learn: What Does it Mean for Teaching

By PEPS Deborah Appleman, Professor of Educational Studies and Tricia Ferrett, Professor of Chemistry Cosponsors: Carleton Integrated Science and Math Initiative (CISMI) and Science Education ...

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: 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: Integrative and Interdisciplinary Learning in First-Year Linked Science Seminars

By PEPS Tricia Ferrett, Professor of Chemistry; and Lawrence Wichlinski, Associate Professor of Psychology Trish Ferrett and Larry Wichlinkski have been working with a group of other science and math ...

LTC: International Insights on Undergraduate Education at Carleton and Beyond

By PEPS Beverly Nagel, Associate Dean; Naran Bilik, Professor of Asian Studies and Anthropology; Louis Fishman, Visiting Instructor in History; Daniela Kohen, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; ...

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, ...