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    • Teaching Without Preaching: Engaging Islam in the Bethel Classroom

    • Bramsen, Andrew
    • 2014-04-03
    • It is a challenge to present the teachings and practices of Islam to students at Bethel in a way that is faithful to the spirit of those teachings while also taking seriously the tensions between Islamic and Christian doctrine. This presentation...
    • Facilitating Lab Experiences

    • DeGolier, Teresa
    • 2011-02
    • Facilitating lab experiences is often considered an accumulation of hard labor versus gratifying work for an instructor. Join this experienced science educator as she shares her passion, joy, and expertise related to the preparation, execution,...
    • 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,...
    • The Coldest Place on Campus ... by a Factor of 100,000

    • Hoyt, Chad
    • 2011-11-03
    • Student researchers in the physics department have recently used lasers and a magnetic field to cool and trap millions of lithium atoms at a temperature of a few hundred microkelvin (10^-4 K, or less than -272 C or -459 F). Such a low temperature...
    • The Quantum Chemistry of this Universe and Beyond

    • King, Rollin
    • 2011-02-08
    • Dr. King will introduce the nature of research in computational quantum chemistry, using examples of work performed with student and faculty collaborators. Recently, his research focus turned toward the apparent fine-tuning of our universe for...
    • Family Structures of Homeless Men

    • Olson, Lauren
    • 2013-12-05
    • Lauren Olson, one of the winners of the Sociologists of Minnesota Caroline Rose Annual Student Paper Competition will present her winning paper that begins with the following abstract: I spent the semester exploring the family structures of...
    • Global Business: Multiple Perspectives

    • Omasa, Huldah
    • 2010-03-23
    • Huldah Omasa relates her experiences studying abroad in Cypress, China, India, France, and the UK as a Bethel Business student. During her studies, she focused on international business and the the global economic environment
    • 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...
    • Writing High Quality Traditional Assessment Items

    • Rasmussen, Jay
    • 2014-11-12
    • How well written are your quizzes, tests, and exams? Exploring this question, before entering the 'season' of final exams, is critical in terms of obtaining valid and reliable assessment information. This "Talk About Teaching" session will provide...
    • 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,...
    • 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...
    • 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...

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