Using Active Learning Strategies to Fully Engage Students Speaker: Matt Simoneau
Explore teaching and learning strategies that share the common element of involving students in doing things and thinking about the things they are doing. Presentation Flyer (PDF) »
Speaker: David O'Connor
Learn about Wisconsin American Indian nation's histories, treaty rights, cultures and sovereignty. Better understand what Wisconsin Act 31 entails and requires. Gain knowledge of best practices and model programs.
Speaker: Heather Hackman
A Deeper Dive Into Equity and Social Justice Work: Exploring its Cross-campus Connections and Applications. Heather Hackman is founder of Hackman Consulting Group, a firm devoted to helping individuals, organizations, communities and society address deep diversity, equity and social justice issues.
Student Motivation & Engagement Workshop
Featuring Dr. Mary Beth Leibham, Psychologist from UW-Eau Claire
Are you wanting to better understand how motivation works? Begin a new semester by using knowledge & teaching practices to stimulate student motivation for learning.
Speaker: Brian Jackson
Brian Jackson is President of the Wisconsin Indian Education Association and Director of the Healthier Community Action Team Behavioral Health Project. In addition to his afternoon .presentation there is a small group deep-dive discussion earlier in the day.
Film - Race: The Power of an Illusion
This thought-provoking film examines the contemporary science, including genetics, that challenges assumptions that human beings can be categorized into different groups according to their physical traits.
NTLC's Fall Celebration of Teaching
ETCetera roll-out, new NTLC teaching award, review of last year's activities, OPID update: WTF&S, Faculty College and more.
Speaker: Dr. Shakti Butler
Also, a more intimate discussion will occur earlier in the day from 12:20 pm to 1:15 pm for those interested in diving deeper into topics of racial inequity. Registration is required for this smaller group discussion as space is limited.
2017-18 Communities of Practice
- Encountering Information: Inspiration, Reflection and Application CoP
- NTLC Teaching Champions CoP
- A CoP for Those Teaching or Planning to Develop Racial and Ethnic Studies and Global Learning Perspectives (RES & GLP) Courses
2017-2018 Sharing Community Opportunities
- Online Teaching Pedagogy Conversations in Higher Education
- Table of Knowledge
2017 New Instructor Workshop
This workshop is a practical introduction to UW-Stout through a collaboration of Human Resources, Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center (NTLC), and Learning Technology Services (LTS).