2017-2018 Programs


Faculty Book Club, Fall 2017

This semester the book club read Cathy Davidson's The New Education.

Faculty Book Club, Spring 2018

This semester the book club read Isabel Wilkerson's The Warmth of Other Suns: the Epic Story of America's Great Migration.

Spring 2018 Events

CTL Chat: Supporting Students from Low Socioeconomic Backgrounds in our Classrooms and on Campus

Wednesday, February 28th 12-1 PM
Bring your lunch and thoughts! Honi Migdol will share some of her Ed.D. dissertation as a starting point for us to think about how our students may not feel included in our classrooms.  You are encouraged to read  https://www.huffingtonpost.com/kellynoel-waldorf/i-came-to-duke-with-an-em_b_4277969.html
Location: Evans Room 1 (downstairs)

Follow up to Cathy Davidson's Visit: Digital Competencies

Thursday, March 1st 4-5 PM
What digital competencies do we want our students to develop?  This question will be a starting point for an informal conversation with our colleagues, continuing some conversations started during Davidson's visit.  All are welcome, snacks and beverages will be provided.
Location: CTL (McCain G13)

Follow up to Cathy Davidson's Visit: Grading

Wednesday, March 21st 11:30 - 1 PM 
Let's continue the conversation from Cathy Davidson's Visit: How do we evaluate our students' work, especially reflections and digital work? What does and doesn't work? Come chat with your colleagues about this important and challenging issue. Bring grading rubrics/schema to discuss, if you want.
Location: Evans South Dining

Conversations in Higher Ed: Compensation in Higher Ed 

Thursday April 19: 12:45-2PM
Location: CTL (McCain G13)

Workshop on "Scenarios for Classroom Inclusion at Agnes"

Thursday May 10: 9 AM - 2 PM
This workshop focuses on our experiences creating classrooms that support the diverse student population at Agnes Scott.  The goal is to brainstorm and workshop challenging scenarios that we have experienced - or can imagine - and then identify relevant offices, resources, and best practices.  Some of these scenarios will then be used as "case studies" in New Faculty Orientation.  What do you want your new colleagues to think about so that they can best teach all of our Scotties?   You are encouraged to submit scenarios, whether or not you are able to attend this workshop.  The scenarios will be passed on anonymously to workshop participants.  The focus is on helping our new colleagues think about situations they may encounter so that they can identify resources before the start of the academic year and plan their syllabus/classroom policies.  You do not need to provide "solutions" to the scenario. 

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