Center for Teaching & Learning

Upcoming Events

Stay tuned for more exciting Center for Teaching & Learning professional development events, coming soon!

Past Events

Please note that, unless otherwise stated, all of these events have been recorded on the Lightning Rounds & Professional Development channel of the MU_Teaching_Learning Teams site and can be viewed there by all those with access.

2022-2023 Academic Year

September 27, 2022: Assessment Refresher

Amanda Adams and Hallie Baker host a conversation about classroom and institutional assessments at Muskingum.

September 29, 2022: CTL Discusses! Attendance

How is your attendance in class this semester? Is it starting to drop off as students' other assignments and extracurricular commitments pile up? Let's brainstorm ideas to get students back in their seats as we discuss The Chronicle's recent article "Why Students Are Skipping Class So Often, and How to Bring Them Back."

October 12, 2022: DEO Testing Accommodations Process for Faculty

Curious about the DEO testing accommodations process? Join Leann Elkins and Lindsay Carr as they share information to help make the DEO testing process effective for all those involved.

2021-2022 Academic Year

October 21, 2021: Student Engagement Lightning Rounds

Five Muskingum faculty members share their quick tips for increasing student engagement. Watch the video presentations by clicking HERE (requires a email address).

tickets inviting faculty to lightning rounds on october 21

November 1, 2021: Lightning Rounds with Otterbein University

Join Ana, Brian, and Alaine as they team up with faculty from Otterbein to present at a Lightning Round event. This virtual event will be held at 3:30 on November 1st.

lightning rounds with otterbein invitation

February 15, 2022: Quick Teaching Tips Lightning Rounds

Five new-to-Muskingum faculty members shared their quick teaching tips.

March 1, 2022: Supporting Students' Mental Health Needs

Dr. Dinah Meyer, Tracy Bugglin, and Leah Shirer host a conversation on how instructors can support their students during mental health challenges.

March 17, 2022: Managing the Inevitable: Diversity, Inclusion, and Difficult Conversations - A Conversation with Teresa Ramey

As higher education moves toward a more inclusive environment, it is inevitable that there will be conflict, misunderstandings, and opportunities for discussion.  How do we best address these matters in the classroom? How do we create an environment that allows for civil discourse, and how do we manage our own biases?

April 5, 2022: Fostering Self-Reliance in College-Level Skills

Melissa Conroy, Jay Shaffstall, and Colleen Stevenson share how they set expectations, incorporate professional skills, and integrate study skills in their classes.


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