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Gina Ceylan, PhD student in Science Education, University of Missouri-Columbia

On Wed, April 23, a pre-recorded CIRTLCast about Implementation of Inclusive Design for learning will be posted at http://www.cirtl.net/inclusivedesigncirtlcast . Then, drop by on Friday for a live follow up discussion on practical use of inclusive design in the classroom.

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Dr. Richard Shingles, Department of Biology and Director of TA Training Institute, University of Georgia

Instructors of large enrollment classes will learn about ways to conduct ongoing formative assessment in their classes. A range of time-sensitive assessment activities will be described, from gauging simple comprehension to formal evaluation of class concepts. A discussion of what to do with the feedback will follow.

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Dr. Ashanti Johnson, Faculty Research Associate, University of Texas at Arlington

Student and faculty diversity in the college classroom contributes to students' academic development and their abilities to work in diverse environments. College faculty must create opportunities for students to interact with diverse peers on an equal status basis, and in order to do so, faculty need to gain knowledge of how to create complex instructional activities that facilitate learning in diverse environments. Dr. Ashanti Johnson will lead a discussion with students from different racial and ethnic backgrounds to shed light on learning environments that lead to positive outcomes for them. 

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For more information visit: http://www.colorado.edu/gtp/copffn-forum-2014 
COPFFN Forum 2014: What is New in Postsecondary Teaching?
Sat, March 15, 10:30 AM
HALE 270 CU Boulder Campus 1350 Pleasant St Boulder, CO

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Two TAR graduates will talk about their projects, the TAR experience, and the impact for them of doing a TAR project on their career and academic perspectives and what they would do differently if they could do it over.

Presenters: 
Lauren V. Schnabel, Assistant Professor, Equine Orthopedic Surgery, North Carolina State University

Hovig Kouyoumdjian, Instructor, Department of Chemistry, Michigan State University

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CIRTL Teaching-As Research Capstone Series: Teaching-As-Research Graduate Webinar II
Wed, January 15, 11:00 AM
Online Webinar http://www.cirtl.net/events

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303-492-4902
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1125 18th Street, Boulder, Colorado 80309
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GTP is to serve as an exceptional graduate and professional student development program.
Introduction
We are the Graduate Teacher Program (GTP) at CU-Boulder. Contact us at gtp@colorado.edu or 303-492-4902. Find us online athttp://www.colorado.edu/gtp/

Mission
Our mission is twofold: to create excellent learning experiences for undergraduates by training graduate student teachers and supporting departments; and to prepare graduate students so they may thrive in higher education or the private sector as professionals once they graduate.

Description
We are a division of the Graduate School. Our vision is to serve as an exceptional graduate and professional student development program.

We encourage graduate students to take their current teaching, research, and service responsibilities seriously and to view their experiences on the Boulder campus as preparation for academic or nonacademic careers.

General Information
We work with graduate students from all departments in all schools and colleges on the Boulder campus. We offer comprehensive college teacher training, support research skill development, and provide academic and nonacademic career preparation opportunities through conferences, workshops, and individual consultation.