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The Teaching Hour: Service-Learning with Views from the Experts

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join us for a panel discussion on service-learning with those who use service-learning regularly in their own classes—Jim Foret (School of Geosciences), Geoff Gjertson (School of Architecture), Gretchen Vanicor (Office of Sustainability), and David Yarbrough (Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Child and Family Studies). These “pros” will give tips for success and advice on how to avoid common pitfalls.

Bring your lunch and we'll provide the drinks and dessert. You can register here for the event, but you're also welcome just to show up!

The Teaching Hour

Open to all faculty, instructors, and graduate students but designed especially for those new to college teaching, these workshops offer practical strategies for common teaching challenges and opportunities. Led by leading UL Lafayette faculty, the Teaching Hour is dedicated to advancing best practices for creating, teaching, and maintaining a college course. Learn it today! Apply it tomorrow!

Type: 
Academic
Training/Seminar
Primary sponsor: 
Graduate School
Office of Academic Planning & Faculty Development
Office of First-Year Experience
Speaker/performer name: 
Faculty/Staff Panel
Location: 
Dupre Library
Room name/number: 
Library Staff Lounge/Room 221
Event contact email: 
Event contact phone: 
(337) 482-6965
Event target audience: 
Faculty
Staff
Students
Event open to: 
Faculty
Staff
Students
Admission info: 
Free to public
Registration required
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