Flip Camp: Learn to Flip Your Class
Training series meets June 8-12 from 9 am to noon
Applications due May 1st, notification of acceptance May 8th
The evidence continues to grow that flipped instruction is more effective than traditional lecture-style classes. This hands-on workshop series meets June 8-12 from 9 am to noon daily. Gain exposure to examples of how other teachers are using flipped instruction. Understand key considerations and concerns to be addressed in flipped teaching and learning. Design a full cycle of flipped learning in your classroom with a personalized plan.
For specific information, please see the flyer.
APPLY to Flip Camp. Note: This workshop requires a minimum of 7 participants.
CALM Call for Proposals
Proposals due May 1st, awards announced May 8th
The CALM project aims to aid faculty in replacing costly textbooks with lower cost alternates. ALL CSUSM instructors are eligible to apply for CALM, including part-time lecturers. If you'd like more information or some help getting started on a proposal, attend one of the informational meetings or talk with your Faculty Ambassador. You can also find examples of previously funded CALM projects on the Faculty Heroes pages.
Technology Use in Learning and Instructional Programs
Training series meets August 3-7
Technology Use in Learning and Instructional Programs (TULIP) returns this August 2015. Training includes creating a content module for your course using Camtasia Studio, SoftChalk, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), or another option of your choice.
Details and flyer coming soon.