Do students know what is expected of them from you? How clear are you in your instruction and assignments?
Being transparent might seem simple, but it's essential in higher education. The framework known as Transparency in Learning and Teaching, often referred to as TILT, is a recent movement that advocates small enhancements in teaching, encouraging faculty to build on the existing strengths of their courses. Three monthly sessions will be conducted, each focusing on a different topic. One will be using TILT to assess student learning objectives, another studying TILT to build on assignment design, and the third examining TILT to improve instructional development. Come with a course, either current or for spring 2021, to transform the components using the TILT method.
- 1. Using TILT, improve a course's and/or module's student learning objectives.
- 2. With a continued application of TILT, enhance an assignment in a specified course.
- 3. Develop instructional materials using TILT principles.
Presented by: Melony Shemberger, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Mass Communication
When: Monday September 28, 2020 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
Monday October 26, 2020 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
Monday November 9, 2020 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
Where: Online: Via Zoom: https://murraystate.zoom.us/my/msufacdev
Monday, 09 November, 2020
Contact:MSU Faculty Development Center