Like to read? Read with us!
By: Summer Issawi, Alicia Jenner, and Sarah Gretter
When one of our team mates pitched the idea to of starting a book club to fellow Hub colleagues we were all in. We started the #MSUHubBookClub (as mentioned in a previous post) this past February and spend 4-5 weeks reading a book before we meet at the beginning of the month to discuss.
Expanding Possibilities for STEM Students
Scholarship Opportunities and Looking Forward
One of the most important functions of the Hub is connecting people and ideas to opportunities to share and grow (and meet more people and generate more ideas!). To that end, I’m writing to share an opportunity that came through 2018 Hub Fellow (and 2019 College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Excellence in Teaching New Teacher Award winner) Aaron McKim.
#MSUHubBookClub: Reading to Learn, Connect
“People love to say, ‘Give a man a fish, and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he’ll eat for a lifetime.’ What they don’t say is, ‘And it would be nice if you gave him a fishing rod.
What Would You Say You Do Here? Science Gallery Detroit.
One of the questions we get a lot is “what is the Hub?”
“Can you help me figure out how to make a video for my class?” Yes, we can connect you to people who are very good at this.
“I need to re-design the curriculum for my program to draw more students.”
The MSU Teaching & Learning Spring Conference: Day 3
On May 11, the Teaching and Learning Spring Conference showcased more MSU educators and technologies. The highlight of the day was the lunchtime Twitter #edchat, with many using Twitter for the first time and engaging in a fast-paced digital dialogue about teaching and learning.
Overall, the conference was well attended,
MSU Teaching & Learning Spring Conference: Day 2
A brief recap of the second day of the Teaching & Learning Spring Conference. On May 10, we welcomed Michelle Pacansky-Brock, who gave a keynote on digital tools for humanizing learning. It set a hopeful, resourceful tone for our conference.
On May 10, approximately two hundred MSU educators gathered in Wells Hall to connect and learn about one another’s teaching.
The First Ever MSU Teaching & Learning Spring Conference: Day 1
A recap of the first day of the Teaching & Learning Spring Conference at MSU
by Blythe White with special thanks to Amy Martin.
The days between finals and the first summer term are a busy time for faculty and academic staff. In the past, many MSU units competed for academics’ time for their seminars and workshops.
Designing Rapid Feedback Cycles
Join us on Tuesday, May 30 for a hands-on workshop about designing rapid feedback cycles with Eli Review!
You can’t teach what you can’t see. So, what do you need to see in order to improve learning? And how can student peer review help you see your students’ attempts at learning?
Post-OLC Innovate 2017 Reflection
Post-OLC Innovate, 2017: A Collaborative Reflection
A story of travel delays and brave MSU presenters. Hub staff offers a reflection on the Online Learning Consortium in New Orleans.
By Dave Goodrich, Instructional Designer and Breana Yaklin, Instructional Designer
This year, we had a large representation from Michigan State University (MSU) at OLC’s Innovate conference down in New Orleans in early April.