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CERTI provides a variety of faculty resources for teaching and learning, such as professional development events, educational research assistance, observation and feedback of classroom teaching, and serves as a clearinghouse for other teaching information and resources on campus.
Events for faculty to share ideas and learn something new about classroom teaching and management.
Be informed and inspired as you network with other Missouri S&T faculty interested in teaching and learning topics. Dessert and drinks are furnished; feel free to bring your own lunch. RSVP to Diane Hagni.
"Extreme Syllabus Makeover, part 2"
Friday, Oct. 31, noon-1 p.m., Meramec/Gasconade Room, Havener Center. Bring your syllabus and join the discussion about writing good learning goals and aligning them with assignments and assessment.
Held annually every fall, these lunchtime events feature the campus' Curators' Teaching Professors. All instructors are welcome.
Nov. 12 in the Havener Center. Lunch is provided. Instructors: Check your email for an invitation!
March 12-13 on the Missouri S&T campus. Go here for more information.
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