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Upcoming General Interest Conferences in Michigan

Are you interested in a road trip for some professional development? Here are some conferences coming up in the next few months that you might consider attending. Do you have others to suggest? Add them to the comments, or email Jeff Morford, or Pamela Stewart. Michigan Developmental Education Conference (MDEC) Impacting the future of Developmental […]

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IT Lives: Sessions on Moodle Gradebook and the Portal

The CTEI is proud to announce two sessions about instructional technology on our campus. Both sessions will repeat in the hopes of capturing everyone who wishes to attend. While we should have room for drop-ins, please consider signing up for the sessions that interest you to ensure we have adequate seating. Learn the basics of […]

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Fall Book Group Sign Up Is Open

President of Goucher College, musician, author, and scholar José Antonio Bowen will present at the annual CTEI mini-conference on September 21. Building on that experience, the CTEI will also offer book groups to discuss Bowen’s book – Teaching Naked Techniques: A Practical Guide to Designing Better Classes.   Book Group A will meet from 1-2 […]

Global Learning Across the Curriculum October 24 Hosted by UM-Dearborn

Scott Riggs, Director of Global Engagement at UM-D, has invited us to participate in a session led by Stephanie Doscher, Ed.D.  Pamela Stewart and Jeff Morford have an email we can forward if you need more information before deciding whether to attend. The main text of the email and a link to register are included below. ENHANCING […]

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What Is the CTEI Advisory Board?

The CTEI Advisory Board is currently a walk-on committee, meaning any full or part-time faculty member is welcome to join. Full-time instructors looking to fulfill their contractual obligation of college-wide committee involvement or participation in shared governance can do so without the worry of going through an election.  Part-time instructors receive a stipend for participation […]

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Spotlight on Mathematics

The Mathematics Department will have a series of sessions on Thursdays this fall that focus either on areas of the campus that support math instruction or on improving math instruction. The first session is at 3:30 on September 6 and features Dr. Daniel Herbst speaking about how the work of the Student Affairs office intersects […]