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Reflective Teaching Community: Safety, Discomfort in the Classroom March 3

February 27, 2017

The Reflective Teaching Community (RTC) will hold its next session, Talks about Safety and Discomfort in the Classroom, on Friday, March 3, from noon-1 p.m. CST. All part-time and full-time faculty and academic partners are invited to join the group for discussion and a pizza lunch in the Faculty Development Center Suite (Emerson Library 420). Those wishing to join remotely can participate via WebEx.

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The Reflective Teaching Community Discusses Expanded Opportunities for Faculty Participation

January 27, 2017

The Reflective Teaching Community (RTC) will hold its next session on Friday, Feb. 3, from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. CST. All part-time and full-time faculty and academic partners are invited to join the group for discussion and a pizza lunch in the Faculty Development Center Suite, Emerson Library room 420. For the first time, the RTC is extending the discussion beyond the Webster Groves Campus. Colleagues joining from other campuses are invited to participate via WebEx through this meeting link.

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Reflective Teaching Community: 'Formal Curriculum vs. Shadow Curriculum' Dec. 2

November 22, 2016

The Reflective Teaching Community (RTC) will hold its next session on Friday, Dec. 2, noon-1 p.m. All part-time, full-time faculty and academic partners are invited to join the group for discussion and a pizza lunch in the Faculty Development Center Suite (Emerson Library, room 420). Assistant professor David Werfelmann, will facilitate a discussion on the topic of “The Formal Curriculum versus the Shadow Curriculum.”

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Reflective Teaching Community to Discuss Traditional vs. Emerging Competencies Nov. 4

October 26, 2016

The Reflective Teaching Community (RTC) will hold its next session on Friday, Nov. 4, from noon to 1 p.m. All part-time and full-time faculty and academic partners are invited to join the group for discussion and a pizza lunch in the Faculty Development Center Suite (Emerson Library 420). Associate professor Basiyr Rodney will facilitate a discussion on the topic of “Traditional versus Emerging Competencies.” RSVP for the November meeting to Liza Dister, Faculty Development coordinator.

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