Academic Development Week
New this year, Academic Development Week (May 15-21) provides a range of opportunities for faculty to reflect together on their teaching. Registration opens April 15.
Teaching Tales: Joseph Favazza
This month's Teaching Tales blog features Joe Favazza, Provost and Professor of Religious Studies. Read about Joe's work as a teacher, his first experiments with community-based learning, and his fondness for grilling in the snow.
Join us on Fridays at 4:00 to hear our inaugural cohort of Farmhouse Fellows discuss their projects. On April 24, Corey Dolgon will lead our next discussion on “How the Knowledge Economy Killed Knowledge and Other Scary Stories Out of School."
Join Scott Cohen for a series of informal conversations about using iPads in the classroom. Our next "chat" will be held April 27 at 1:00.
Teaching about Race and Criminal Justice
Stonehill faculty have compiled a list of resources for faculty interested in teaching about issues raised by the Eric Garner and Michael Brown grand jury decisions.
Pedagogy Travel Grants
All faculty are eligible to apply for travel grants through the Center for Teaching and Learning in order to fund their participation in teaching-related workshops and conferences. Proposals are due the first of every month.
Established in 2007, the Center for Teaching and Learning supports Stonehill's teaching mission by providing dedicated services and resources to our faculty. Staffed by a full-time director, the CTL consults confidentially with faculty about classroom concerns, organizes small and large group conversations around timely pedagogical questions, and supports faculty research about teaching.
If you are interested in learning more about the CTL or would like to arrange a meeting with the director, please don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you!