Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
CUTLA facilitates the efforts of faculty and academic units to develop and sustain practices that promote the highest quality of teaching and learning.
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RFP for Faculty Awards for the General Education Assignment Design Project
The Faculty Awards for the General Education Assignment Design Project will provide faculty with time and guidance for the creation of assignments that will serve as learning experiences for General Education learning outcomes and develop rubrics or other tools to assess student learning on these outcomes. The goal is to develop an archive of learning activities, assignments, and assessments that can be adopted in specific GE courses or adapted to a variety of courses within each distribution area of GE. The assignments will generate assessment data on GE learning outcomes that can be aggregated across courses and multiple sections of courses within a distribution area.
The assignment design project will use a combination of Dee Fink’s (2003, 2013) backward design and the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) Assignment Design Charrette model to guide the development of learning activities and associated assessment tools.
The project will provide a total of ten (10) faculty awards. Awardees will receive a stipend ($1,000 plus fringe benefits) for their participation in the project.
Proposals are due by close of business (5 PM) on March 2, 2018. Please see the Request for Proposals (PDF) document for details about the Faculty Awards for the General Education Assignment Design Project and submission guidelines.
CUTLA Writers Kick-Off
Scholarly writing and publishing are essential for a successful academic career. We will discuss strategies for effective academic writing, from selecting a target journal, planning the writing, and finding time to write through strategies for getting feedback and editing your work before submission. Hear about how the CUTLA Writers group can help you organize and stay on track with a writing project.
To join the CUTLA Writers group for Fall, send an email request to Claudia Stanny (email@example.com).
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