Interested in incorporating the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals into your teaching? Building on the SDG course design workshop offered this past semester, the Center for Teaching and Learning and Serve-Learn-Sustain are pleased to offer a second Course Design Studio in June. Design or redesign a course with expert guidance from Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Serve-Learn-Sustain consultants and input from colleagues across campus. In this virtual experience, participants will access asynchronous modules via Canvas that provide frameworks, models, and structured exercises designed to help them build course elements, including learning goals, assessments, and learning activities. Participants can choose to focus on the fundamentals of backwards course design, integrating the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and/or making their courses more equitable and inclusive. In addition, participants will engage in synchronous collaborative sessions via BlueJeans to share their course element designs with colleagues and CTL consultants. By building multiple pathways and offering a dynamic mix of both synchronous and asynchronous work, we hope that this year's Course Design Studio, will be a valuable experience for both new and returning participants.
Dates/Time: 9am-12pm (This block will include a mix of synchronous and asynchronous work: this is not a 3-hour long meeting.)
Monday/Wednesday Track: June 7, 9, 14, and 16
Tuesday/Thursday Track: June 9, 10, 15, and 17
Location: BlueJeans and Canvas (virtual)
Interested in additional resources for incorporating the SDG's into your course? Check out the CTL podcast featuring Rebecca Watts Hull and Evan Mallen, speaking teaching with the U.N. SDGs, as well as the SLS Teaching Toolkit.