Department Workshops

The Center for instructional Innovation facilitates department workshops and colloquia on a wide range of topics including  writing intensive methodologies, critical thinking based assignments, problem-based learning, web 2.0 enabled courses.  The Center for instructional Innovation facilitates department workshops and colloquia on a wide range of topics including  writing intensive methodologies, critical thinking based assignments, problem-based learning, web 2.0 enabled course design, and more.  To learn more or to reserve a time, call George Pullman at 404-413-5854 or email at gpullman@gsu.edu.

Upcoming Events

Jul
5
Tue
1:00 pm Excel 2: Formulas and Functions
Excel 2: Formulas and Functions
Jul 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
This workshop explores formulas, functions, and built-in tools that are useful when analyzing and extracting meaning from data. This class uses the Windows version of Excel, but there is significant overlap for Mac users. Workshop… more »
Jul
6
Wed
10:00 am HTML & CSS 1: Getting Started
HTML & CSS 1: Getting Started
Jul 6 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
HTML is the foundational grammar of the World Wide Web. Together with CSS, HTML provides the backbone for all web pages. In this class, we’ll introduce the core concepts of web design and HTML that… more »
10:30 am Rethinking PowerPoint
Rethinking PowerPoint
Jul 6 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
We’ve all been forced to sit through really boring and ineffective presentations. PowerPoint doesn’t have to be that way! We’ll share and practice using design tips to help you transform your presentations from boring to… more »
1:00 pm Instructional Alignment for Achi... @ Kinesiology and Health Conference Room - GSU Sports Arena
Instructional Alignment for Achi... @ Kinesiology and Health Conference Room - GSU Sports Arena
Jul 6 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Instructional Alignment for Achieving Student Learning Outcomes @ Kinesiology and Health Conference Room - GSU Sports Arena |  |  |
All courses contain several components that include: a defined context, a syllabus, assignments, readings/viewings, assessments, teaching strategies, student engagement, and others. Instructional alignment refers to the degree to which each component works to promote the… more »

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