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  • Description: Learning
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    • Called to Teach

    • Frazier, Leta
    • 2011
    • Join this 2001-2002 recipient of the Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching as she reflects on the following: teaching style, understanding of the learning process, building student rapport, course and lesson creation, use of assessment strategies,...
    • Teaching Influences

    • Freeman, Kirk
    • 2011
    • Join this 2006-2007 recipient of the Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching as he reflects on the following: teaching style, understanding of the learning process, building student rapport, course and lesson creation, use of assessment strategies,...
    • Over There! Reflections on Studying World War I in Europe

    • Gerhz, Christopher; Mulberry, Samuel; Berglund, Annie; Ouverson, Sarah
    • 2013-02-28
    • Professors Chris Gehrz and Sam Mulberry, and students Sarah Ouverson and Annie Berglund share reflections on their WWI study abroad trip. The group of twelve students spent time in London learning about the buildup of the war, then traveled to the...
    • Decision Making Across Time

    • Johnson, Adam; Collins, David
    • 2011-04-19
    • How do we choose? Recently developed computational approaches from machine learning have provided the basis for functionally dissecting the neural circuitry that supports decision-making. In order to further explore human decision-making, we...
    • Active Learning

    • Martin, Jill
    • 2010-11
    • Current research on the brain and learning supports the practice of actively engaging learners. Exactly what does it mean to fully engage learners? What is the instructor's role in the process? What challenges are inherent when engaging learners?...
    • Community Building

    • Nevins, Katherine
    • 2010-11
    • Community building is commonly discussed and valued at Bethel. Explore what is meant by 'classroom community' by examining the concept of a healthy community. Consider why the creation of community is important. Delve into these issues and also...
    • Inquiry-Based Learning

    • Paulson, Patti
    • 2010-11
    • Inquiry-based learning is an instructional approach appropriate for many disciplines and multiple settings. Join a discussion of various issues related to inquiry-based learning with an experienced instructor. First, consider the meaning of...
    • Facilitating Online Learning

    • Putz, Matthew
    • 2011-03
    • In the world of online education an increasing number of Bethel instructors are now 'walkers' and some are 'joggers/runners.' Join the Director of Teaching and Learning Technology as he provides helpful direction for the design and facilitation of...
    • Foundational Issues in Assessing Student Learning in Your Classroom

    • Rasmussen, Jay
    • 2012-02-09
    • Session 1 of a three-part series on 'Are Your Students Learning?' will explore these questions: What is meant by measurement and assessment? Why is assessment even worth considering? What is backward design? How are well-written instructional...
    • Connections

    • Ritchie, Dan
    • 2011
    • Join this 2005-2006 recipient of the Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching as he reflects on the following: teaching style, understanding of the learning process, building student rapport, course and lesson creation, use of assessment strategies,...
    • The Lecture

    • Roosa, Wayne
    • 2010-11
    • The lecture, often maligned in higher education, can serve a vital purpose in educating our learners. Join this master lecturer (Art History) as he reflects on reasons for using lectures, the thoughts and processes involved in lecture design, and...
    • Managing the Sideshows

    • Rotach, Dan
    • 2014-10-02
    • Many times in our teaching, particularly teaching about controversial subjects and issues, some “emotional sideshows” get created right in the classroom. How do we deal with those sideshows? Professor Rotach discusses the EPIC teaching and...
    • Manipulating Classroom Environment

    • Silmser, Lisa
    • 2010-11
    • Creating a learning environment that optimizes engagement is critical for all educators. Join this highly regarded leader of adult learners as she explores what it means to intentionally create an environment supportive of emotional and cognitive...
    • Adult Learners

    • Thorson, Mark
    • 2010-11
    • Adult learners, those 25 and older, now comprise almost 50% of the higher education student population across the United States. In keeping with this growing demand, many Bethel instructors are asked to teach both traditional undergraduates as well...
    • The Virtual Reality Simulation Educational Mode

    • Tiffany, Jone; Hoglund, Barb
    • 2014-05-08
    • The Virtual Reality Simulation (VRS) Educational Model, developed and presented by Drs. Tiffany and Hoglund, serves to guide faculty development and use of simulated learning activities within virtual reality settings such as Second Life (TM). We...

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