21CPI News

Book Clubs & Workshops – Fall 2022

Book Clubs  |  Workshops  |  The Great Upheaval Book Groups  |  STLR Sessions  |  Collegium  |  On Demand Sessions  |  Additional Opportunities BOOK CLUBS – Click Here to Register!  The fine print: Sessions are capped at 10 participants unless otherwise noted, books are provided for first 10 registrants, faculty are provided only one book per […]

Book Clubs & Workshops – Summer 2022

Book Clubs  |  Workshops  |  STLR Sessions  |  Collegium  |  On Demand Sessions  |  Additional Opportunities BOOK CLUBS – Click Here to Register!  The fine print: Sessions are capped at 10 participants unless otherwise noted, books are provided for first 10 registrants, faculty are provided only one book per semester, and registrants are requested to […]

Additional Opportunities

Additional Faculty Development Opportunities… We regularly receive information about other faculty development opportunities that our UCO community might be interested in. Some of these are facilitated by other UCO departments while others are hosted by colleagues from other organizations. Between our own programs and these additional ones, we hope that you will find ample opportunities […]

Qedex: On Demand Faculty Development

The 21st Century Pedagogy Institute (21CPI, https://21cpi.uco.edu), part of UCO’s Center for Excellence in Transformative Teaching and Learning, is proud to offer a limited number of complimentary licenses to an on-demand faculty development platform, Qedex (https://www.qedex.org). To request a license, please complete the following form:  https://uco.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4JzPX5wHIDW1MO2 For the chance to receive 21CPI credit, please do […]

Book Clubs and Workshops, Spring 2022

Book Clubs  |  Workshops  |  STLR Sessions  |  On Demand Sessions  |  Additional Opportunities BOOK CLUBS – [Registration for Summer Offerings Coming Soon!]  The fine print: Sessions are capped at 10 participants unless otherwise noted, books are provided for first 10 registrants, faculty are provided only one book per semester, and registrants are requested to attend […]

Book Clubs and Workshops, Fall 2021

Book Clubs  |  Workshops  |  STLR Sessions BOOK CLUBS Ungrading Why Rating Students Undermines Learning (and What to Do Instead) Facilitator: Lora Pezzell Dates: 9/7, 9/14, 9/21 Time:  12:30 – 1:30 pm Location: Virtual Blindspot: Hidden Bias of Good People Facilitators: Anastasia Wickham and Trevor Cox Dates: 9/29, 10/6, 10/20, 11/3 Time:  1:00 – 2:00 […]

2021 Collegium on College Teaching Practices

UCO’s annual Collegium on College Teaching Practices will be from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18, in the south wing of the College of Liberal Arts. This event represents the academic year kickoff for the Center for Excellence in Transformative Teaching and Learning’s faculty enhancement activities. During the collegium, faculty present, attend breakout sessions and hear a keynote address as they explore, learn, share and […]

2021 New Faculty and Adjunct Orientation and Teaching-Learning Institute

The August 2021 New Faculty Orientation and the Teaching and Learning Institute will be on Wednesday, Aug. 11, from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm in the Center for Transformative Learning (CTL) Building, Rooms 117-118. This event will include ideas for the first day of classes, aligning student learning outcomes with assessments and course content, creating […]

2020 Teacher-Scholar Awards

Distinguished Teacher-Scholars Alicia Tafoya – Theatre Arts Alyssa Provencio – Political Science Elizabeth Overman – Political Science Steven Dunn – Psychology Laura Dumin – English John Wood – Political Science Jerry Green – Humanities & Philosophy Trevor Cox – Adult Ed. & Safety Sciences Yadira Reyes-Peña – Adult Ed. & Safety Sciences Saheli Nath – […]

Book Clubs and Workshops, Spring 2021

Twenty-eight UCO faculty submitted applications for 21CPI events. All submissions include why the event leads to teaching effectiveness. Participants submit an artifact incorporating learning from the event, as well as write a critical reflection. This spring, facilitators originate from every UCO college (i.e., chemistry, curriculum and instruction, design, English, finance, history and geography, leadership, management, […]