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    "Information Literacy in a Nutshell"

    Wednesday, October 8, 3:00 pm - Main 100

    “Information Literacy in a Nutshell” – presented by Jacob Berg, Library Director

    What:  A workshop on developing our students’ information literacy

    Who:  Program chairs, full- and part-time faculty, and all academic personnel who would like to understand more about information literacy at Trinity

    Workshop Objectives:

    • Define “information literacy”
    • Explore Trinity’s research collections
    • Understand our students’ information literacy competencies and research needs
    • Develop pedagogies for increasing our students’ information literacy
    • Assess practices for teaching information literacy in our curricula

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    Emerging Legal Topics in Education

    Wednesday, October 15, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    “Emerging Legal Topics in Education” – presented by Sarah Phelps, J.D.

    Legal matters, including risk management and compliance matters, often intersect with teaching and learning in the classroom.  Please join your colleagues to discuss topics you are interested in or about which you have questions.  Some hot topics often include students with a learning disability, students exhibiting troubling behavior, hybrid and on-line learning and faculty rights and obligations when a student shares a significant confidence.  Bring your questions and war stories that may enlighten the group!

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    Faculty Salon: "Book Selection Patterns of Economically- Disadvantaged, African American and Latino Kindergarteners: Discovering Picture Books that Attract and Engage This Population of Early Readers”

    Wednesday, October 22, 3:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    All faculty are invited to attend this faculty salon presented by Assistant Professor Beth Dawkins.

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    "How Learning Works" Book Discussion (Chapter 4)

    Monday, October 27, 3:00 pm - TBD

    Join Dr. Pamela Barnett, the College of Arts & Sciences Dean, for a series of discussions this fall, based on How Learning Works: 7 Research-based Principles for Smart Teaching. This book provides clear summaries of important research on how adults learn, as well as concrete pedagogical strategies for you to apply in any discipline.

    Discussions will take place during community time (3-4:15pm) and there are reference copies available for reading in the faculty lounge.

    Oct. 27: Chapter 4, “How Do Students Develop Mastery?”

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    Faculty Salon: "Academic Publishing: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"

    Monday, November 3, 3:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    All faculty are invited to attend this faculty salon presented by Professor of Sociology, Dr. Roberta Goldberg.

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    "How Learning Works" Book Discussion (Chapter 5)

    Monday, November 10, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Join Dr. Pamela Barnett, the College of Arts & Sciences Dean, for a series of discussions this fall, based on How Learning Works: 7 Research-based Principles for Smart Teaching. This book provides clear summaries of important research on how adults learn, as well as concrete pedagogical strategies for you to apply in any discipline.

    Discussions will take place during community time (3-4:15pm) and there are reference copies available for reading in the faculty lounge.

    Nov. 10: Chapter 5, “What Kinds of Practice & Feedback Enhance Learning?”

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    "Walking a Mile in Their Boots: Supporting Students with Diverse Needs"

    Wednesday, November 12, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    “Walking a Mile in Their Boots: Supporting Students with Diverse Needs”- facilitated by Kimberly McManus, M.Ed., Director of Disability Support Services

    A look at the legal responsibilities related to services for students with disabilities and a glimpse of what it might be like to walk in the boots of those students with a disability.

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    "How Learning Works" Book Discussion (Chapters 6 & 7)

    Monday, December 1, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Join Dr. Pamela Barnett, the College of Arts & Sciences Dean, for a series of discussions this fall, based on How Learning Works: 7 Research-based Principles for Smart Teaching. This book provides clear summaries of important research on how adults learn, as well as concrete pedagogical strategies for you to apply in any discipline.

    Discussions will take place during community time (3-4:15pm) and there are reference copies available for reading in the faculty lounge.

    Dec. 1:  Chapter 6 & 7, “Why Do Student Development and Course Climate Matter for Student Learning?” and “How Do Students Become Self-Directed Learners?”

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    Faculty Salon: "Contextual Stress and Mental Health among African American Adolescents"

    Monday, December 8, 3:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    All faculty are invited to attend this faculty salon presented by Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dr. Nikeea Linder.

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