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Workshops and Training

USP 2015 Workshops

First-Year Seminar: Fall 2016 Workshops:

Please feel welcome to arrive and leave as your schedule permits

1. Making Class Discussions Work (2 iterations)

Presenters: Peter Parolin and Meg Flanigan Skinner

  • Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 @3pm. Coe Library, Room 218
  • Thursday, September 1st, 2016 @1pm. Coe Library, Room 218

2. College Transition Skills for Freshmen (2 iterations)

Presenters: Makayla Stewart, April Heaney and Meg Flanigan

  • Monday, September 12th, 2016 @ noon.Coe Library, Room 218
  • Tuesday September 20th, 2016 @3pm. Coe Library, Room 218

3. How to map SLOs to assignments (2 iterations)

Presenters: David Bray, Mark Lyford and Meg Flanigan

  • Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 @noon. Coe Library, Room 218
  • Wednesday, October 5th @3pm. Coe Library, Room 218

4. Mid-semester check-in: How's it Going? (2 iterations)

Presenter: Meg Flanigan

  • Thursday, October 20th, 2016 @noon. Coe Library, Room 218
  • Monday, October 24th, 2016 @noon. Coe Library, Room 218

5. Snack 'n Chat sessions: Informal drop-ins at Wyoming Union, Rolling Mills Cafe

  • Wednesday, November 9th, 2016, from 3-4pm
  • Thursday, November 17th, 2016, from 4-5pm

To discuss individual issues/concerns, please email Meg Flanigan Skinner, FYS Coordinator, to set up an appointment


USP 2015 Student Learning Outcomes: Aligning Your Proposed Course with the Outcomes

Are you going to teach a USP 2015 course? Do you know how to align your syllabus, course activities, and course assignments with the required USP 2015 Student Learning Outcomes? Do you need assistance completing the USP 2015 Learning Outcomes Form? If so, then this workshop is for you!

Presenters: TBD

  • TBD

Faculty Conversations: Developing HC, PN, Q and V courses

Have questions about student learning outcomes, assessing them, and how to convert courses for HC, PN, Q, or V designations?  Bring your syllabi and questions and get one-on-one help.

Presenters: TBD

  • TBD

USP PN, H V and Q Drop in Sessions

  • TBD

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