Read about Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs)

We’re finishing out 2015 with a new addition to our “Read About” series. This time we’re reading about Classroom Assessment Techniques – CATs (ReadAboutCATs) which are formative assessments designed to investigate what students are...

Guest Post by Jennifer Gibbs & Jennifer Smith

Sharing the Lilly Experience: Recapping the 2015 Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning For 35 years, the annual Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning have offered a glimpse into cutting-edge evidence-based practices that...

Campus Internationalization Considerations and Resources

Since 2008 when Penn State Harrisburg had 70 international students, we have experienced a significant increase with approximately 430 international students enrolled for the Fall 2014 semester. Several events sponsored by the Faculty Center have focused on our...

Teaching Large Enrolled Courses

In May, 24 faculty completed a survey on teaching large enrolled courses. We wanted to learn about the challenges and successes they were experiencing, and prepare to offer professional development opportunities on topics of interest. The range of course sizes was...

Winter Weather Impacts Teaching and Learning

The winter has already been disruptive this semester with the potential for more disruption in the semester! The following is a brief explanation of a few centrally supported University services you can use as you are trying to recover from classes missed during...
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