Lehman Teaching & Learning Commons
Winter Recess Edition, December 21, 2015 – January 3, 2016
Greetings! Learning@Lehman offers a glance at recent perspectives in teaching and learning, posts reminders of faculty development opportunities, and describes a teaching strategy to increase student success.
Teaching and learning perspectives:
The 2015 Influence List
Looking Back at the Year in Ed Tech
Should students be partners in curriculum design?
Faculty development activities:
Venezuela: Elections and Democracy (discussion)
Monday, December 21, 4-6 p.m.
Graduate Center, Room 9204
As We Are—Disability: Portraits of a Community (photo exhibit)
Ongoing (through June 3rd)
Baruch College, William and Anita Newman Library, 2nd floor
151 East 25th Street
Spring 2016 Syllabus Consultations
January 4 – 28 (contact Gina Rae Foster, firstname.lastname@example.org, for appointments)
Teaching & Learning Commons, Old Gym 118
This week’s teaching strategy:
Polar Opposites – Ask the class to examine two written-out versions of a
theory (or corollary, law of nature, etc.), where one is incorrect, such as the
opposite or a negation of the other. In deciding which is correct, students
will have to examine the problem from all angles.
(from Kevin Yee, Interactive Techniques, 2007)
Questions? Comments? Stop by Old Gym 118 for more resources and discussion or email Gina Rae Foster <email@example.com>