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CU-Boulder TIGER/CIRTL. TIGER Workshop Series Learning Goals: Continue Informing CU-Boulder audience of our participation in the national CIRTL Network. Inform CU-Boulder audience about the CIRTL Café. Disseminate CIRTL Pillars to a broad audience at CU-Boulder.

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Tiger workshop series learning goals

CU-Boulder TIGER/CIRTL

  • TIGER Workshop Series

  • Learning Goals:

  • Continue Informing CU-Boulder audience of our participation in the national CIRTL Network.

  • Inform CU-Boulder audience about the CIRTL Café.

  • Disseminate CIRTL Pillars to a broad audience at CU-Boulder.

  • Showcase CU-Boulder STEM faculty in teaching and learning workshops.

  • Evaluation Strategies and Timelines (Fall 2008–Spring 2011):

  • Workshop feedback forms: evaluate presenter/workshop/personal learning application

  • Numbers of participants

  • Numbers of STEM departments represented by participants

  • Evaluation Issues Arisen, Anticipated?

  • None

  • The collection of data gives us a good picture of our broad campus impact.


Tiger workshop series learning goals

CU-Boulder TIGER/CIRTL

  • Analysis of Existing STEM Pedagogy Courses

  • Learning Goals:

  • Create a campus-wide snapshot of existing STEM pedagogy courses.

  • Determine the content of existing STEM pedagogy courses.

  • Create a model STEM pedagogy course template which integrates the CIRTL pillars that can be used to promote the creation of new STEM pedagogy courses.

  • Evaluation Strategies and Timelines:

  • Determine (non)existence/number of courses: Fall 2008.

  • Collect syllabi from existing courses: Fall 2008.

  • Compare and contrast topics covered in existing courses: Spring 2009.

  • Create model syllabus that integrates CIRTL pillars: Summer 2009

  • Evaluation Issues Arisen, Anticipated?

  • None

  • The analysis of departmental courses gives us a bird’s eye view of the depth/breadth/lack of STEM departments’ focus on teaching in the discipline.

  • The creation of a model course syllabus will allow us to communicate more effectively with those STEM departments that lack a focus on teaching and learning issues.


Tiger workshop series learning goals

CU-Boulder TIGER/CIRTL

  • Award Pedagogy Course Development Grants to STEM Departments

  • Learning Goals:

  • To learn how to work with departments to assist in developing pedagogy courses.

  • To create a pedagogy course that truly integrates the CIRTL pillars.

  • To be able to create, implement, and study the new course.

  • To integrate our CU-Boulder faculty in the DBER group with the CIRTL project as providers of feedback/consultation.

  • To be able to reiterate and share the newly developed course with the CIRTL Network.

  • Evaluation Strategies and Timelines:

  • Identify department and staff: Fall 2008

  • Introduce participants to CIRTL Pillars, CIRTL Café and to the DBER group: Spring 2009.

  • Create, implement, and study course: Summer 2009-Spring 2010.

  • Evaluation Issues Arisen, Anticipated?

  • Must create addendum to the IRB to cover the course project research.

  • Must collaborate with department to meet needs and expectations.


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