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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: Unemployment, Childcare, and Manatees: Using Production Meetings to Support Curricular Development

By PEPS Presenters: Peter Brandon, Broom Professor of Social Demography; Kristen Partlo, Reference & Instruction Librarian for Social Sciences; Kathy Evertz, Director for Academic ...

LTC: QuIRK at 5

By PEPS Nathan Grawe, associate professor of economics and director of QuIRK, and Greg Marfleet, associate professor of political science. For 5 years QuIRK has been working to develop quantitative ...

LTC: Into the Community: The State of Academic Civic Engagement at Carleton

By PEPS This presentation features reports from our year long study of the state of academic civic engagement at Carleton. Adrienne Falcón, Coordinator of Academic Civic Engagement ...

LTC: High Stakes Assessment and Higher Education

By PEPS Lloyd Bond, Recently retired Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Cosponsored by QuIRK (Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge). As Carleton ...

LTC: Our Frosh: Who are they, and Why does it matter?

By PEPS An interactive session exploring the initial result of the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education. Charles Blaich, Center of Inquiry Director at Wabash College; and Liz Ciner, ...

LTC: Picturing New Orleans: Studying Social Problems Through Filmmaking

By PEPS Kimberly Smith, associate professor of political science; and Victoria Morse, associate professor of history; and Nick Bellos '12, Rebecca Gourevitch '12, Elena Rosenberg-Carlson ...

LTC: Translating Principles of Learning into Practice: Creating an Integrated Curriculum

By PEPS Claudia Neuhauser, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Director of the Center for Learning Innovation, Director of Graduate Studies, Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology, HHMI ...

LTC: The Curriculum Review: Perspectives from New Students

By PEPS Sameena Ahmed, Ian Holmen, and Beserat Kelati, all class of 2012, and Carol Rutz, Director of the Writing Program and Senior Lecturer in English Students in a fall 2008 English 109 section ...

LTC: Exhibitions: Curating and Curriculum

By PEPS Laurel Bradley, Director of Exhibitions and Curator; Kelly Connole, Assistant Professor of Art, co-curator World Ceramics exhibition; Carol Donelan, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media ...

LTC: Quantitatve Reasoning in the Arts, Literature, and Humanities

By PEPS Sun Hee Lee, CFD Fellow in the English Department; George H. Vrtis, Assistant Professor of Environmental and Technology Studies and History; and Harry McKinley Williams, Laird Bell Professor ...

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 ...

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 we Teach Quantitative Reasoning? Foster a Curricular Conspiracy

Deborah Hughes Hallet, Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, and Adjunct Professor of Pubilc Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Drawing on her experience teaching ...

LTC: Weasel Words: Using QR to Teach Precision in Argumentation

Nathan Grawe, Associate Professor of Economics A recent survey of college graduates reveals that students especially appreciate faculty members who have advocated precision in language. While this ...

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: 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: 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 ...

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, ...