UCSB Engaging Teaching Symposium Series (Oct. 14-30)

by Chava Nerenberg, Graduate Programming Assistant
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 9:15 AM

The Center for Innovative Teaching, Research, and Learning (CITRAL) and Instructional Development are excited to invite you to their first (online) Engaging Teaching Symposium Series! The Symposium is a great opportunity to learn about innovative teaching practices at UCSB, presented by both instructors (graduate students and faculty) and learners. The Symposium will run on Wednesday and Friday afternoons, October 14–30. Each of the weeks will have a different focus and includes a rich variety of presentations and roundtable discussions. 

October 14 and 16: Digital pedagogies and (multi)media

October 21 and 23: Pedagogies for different disciplines

October 28 and 30: Pedagogies extending beyond the classroom

There will also be two keynote events with Sam Wineburg from Stanford University:

October 15, 4–5pm: What is it about the Internet that makes smart people look…well…let's just say...less than smart?

October 20, 4–5:30pm: Historical thinking in a digital age: Tool or relic?

All sessions will be hosted on Zoom and are open without registration—simply click on the URLs to join the activities! Click here to view the full program and access Zoom links.