About Our Events
The CET designs, develops, sponsors and collaborates on events throughout the year that support best practices in teaching, learning and technology. The events pages linked here encompass many examples that contain audio recordings, supporting materials, and resources.
It's Your First Day of Class
Topics include; Tips on teaching, preparation, and planning for your first day and beyond, creating a syllabus, and innovative ideas for getting the semester off to a great start!
Faculty Forum: Back to Teaching!
Best teaching practices and a range of cognitive theories such as active, collaborative, experiential, service, and threshold learning are discussed and explored. Participants had the opportunity to exchange ideas on innovative approaches for integrating new technologies into the curriculum and uncover strategies for effective classroom management.
Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Classroom
On October 31st, 2019 guest speaker Dr. Yolanda Sealy-Ruiz, Teachers College-Columbia University, facilitated a workshop about the role of respect in effective teaching and deeper learning.
Curriculum Mapping and the Role of Student Learning Outcomes in Assessment
Curriculum Mapping uses student learning outcomes to help faculty assess existing programs and build a more effective curriculum. This workshop led by Michael Heel, President of the Assessment Network of New York (ANNY), demonstrated the overall process through case studies and visual examples. The presentation was accompanied by a lively and informative Q&A.
Rubrics Workshop: Create, Design, or Revise a Rubric
On April 13, Stephen Keating of the Writing and Speaking Studio explored constructive ways to design and support student presentations. In this workshop, you will hear from students about the challenges of planning and delivering a class presentation and then learn about strategies for getting students to feel more prepared as they take on the task.
Designing and Supporting Student Presentations
Stephen Keating of the Writing and Speaking Studio explores constructive ways to design and support student presentations. In this talk-turns-workshop, you will hear from students about the challenges of planning and delivering a class presentation and then learn about strategies for getting students to feel more prepared as they take on the task.
Student Academic Resources at FIT
This new faculty orientation contains a comprehensive overview of student academic resources at FIT that provides valuable insight and information for all faculty.
Designing assignments to engage students in meaningful research
Presented on February 9th by Miyo Sandlin-FIT Library, Sarah Blazer-Writing, and Speaking Studio and Meg Joseph-Global Fashion Management. How do you get your students to conduct meaningful research and build information literacy? This event recording provides you with a suite of resources, practices, and assignments that you can tailor to your purposes and subject areas.