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Winter and Summer Institutes
The Institutes offer the La Salle community opportunities to engage in sustained conversations about pedagogy, curriculum, assessment, learning technologies, community-engaged teaching and learning, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and other professional development areas. Each Institute features speakers who offer invitations to deepen our teaching philosophies, diversify our teaching strategies, and consider how we bridge teaching and research. Institutes are open to all faculty and staff. (Student co-presenters are welcome.)
Mark your calendars for the remote 2021 Winter Institute on January 6 and 7, 2021. More details on programming and registration here.
Remote Teaching and Learning
The De La Salle Institute, together with the Instructional Design Team and Connelly Library, designed and conducted a roster of summer training workshops and conversations. All Summer 2020 training sessions were recorded. Some subsequent Fall 2020 trainings were also recorded. All recordings are posted on Canvas in the DLSI’s Training and Workshops Course and/or in the Canvas Training Hub. The recordings will be available only to La Salle faculty and staff, and will be used only for training purposes.
Community-Engaged Teaching & Learning
Join opportunities to learn together with colleagues through reading cohorts and informal coffee/tea sessions.
Access opportunities for teaching and learning beyond the traditional classroom via Explorer Cafés and related programming.
Many of the sessions require registration or access via a Zoom meeting link. Contact email@example.com for more details.
We collaborate with campus partners on opportunities for teaching and learning both inside and outside of the classroom. Check the calendar frequently for updates.
Check out the Events Calendar below for more details.
Event co-sponsored by the Political Science Department and La Salle Votes! on Thursday, January 28th from 12:30-1:45pm. Zoom registration coming soon.
Panelists and topics include:
Does the La Salle Curriculum Represent Our Student Population?
Christian Camacho, ‘21 and Yosibeth Torres, ‘21
Dr. Rosemary Barbera, Social Work
Join campus colleagues working on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects. Discuss journal articles, consult on projects, and create a community of practice. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access information and to learn more.
The Immigration Conversation: Do We Have It All Wrong?
Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) with advisor Michael Nielsen
COVID and Vaccine Distribution (title forthcoming)
Dr. Jason Diaz, ISBT and Dr. Christen Rexing, Public Health
How Will the Pandemic Influence the Future of Small Business?
MarySheila McDonald, Dean of the School of Business; Andy LaFond, Accounting; and Steve Melick, Center for Entrepreneurship
Earned Not Endowed: What Do La Salle Collections Teach Us About Early Feminism and the Suffrage Movement?
Miranda Clark-Binder, La Salle University Art Museum and Dr. Heather Willever-Farr, Connelly Library
Join campus colleagues working on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects. Learn more about the IRB process, discuss journal articles, and create a community of practice. Contact email@example.com for access information and to learn more.