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Workshop Request Form
The CETL offers (customized) presentations and/or workshops for groups of three or more, upon request. If you would like to request a particular presentation or workshop to be offered for you, your unit, or your class by a CETL staff member, please complete the following electronic form and someone will get in touch with you soon. If you would like to be put on a "waiting list" and contacted once there are enough people for a particular presentation, please indicate this in the "Any other comments?" section.
1. First and last name
2. UC Merced email address
3. What is your role at UC Merced?
Senate Faculty (e.g. assistant associate professor, LPSOE)
Non-senate Faculty (i.e. lecturer, visiting assistant professor)
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Staff (e.g. administrative assistant)
Other (e.g. dual roles, etc.)
4. With what department, program, or unit are you affiliated?
5. Which of the following workshops are you interested in? Check all that apply.
Grammar/Writing/Pronunciation workshops are offered by the
English Language Institute
Workshops designated with "SATAL" are offered by the
Workshops designated with "ID" are offered by the Instructional Development unit. They may be part of the
Teaching Matters Series
Workshops designated with AET are in collaboration with
Academic and Emerging Technology
, a part of UCM's Office of Information Technology.
Grammar/Writing/Pronunciation Workshop (Please specify topic)
Setting Expectations (ID)
Classroom Challenges (ID)
Grading Effectively (ID)
The TA and the IOR Roles: Working Together (ID)
Critical Thinking (ID)
Active Learning Strategies (ID)
Best Practices for Large Classrooms (ID)
Best Practices for Small Group Discussion (ID)
(Backward) Lesson and Curriculum Design (ID)
Designing Rubrics (ID)
Instructional Assessment and Student Evaluations (ID)
How to Write a Teaching Statement (ID)
How to Write a Statement of Diversity (ID)
Student Engagement in Large-Enrollment (or Any Sized!) Classrooms (ID)
How Learning Works (ID)
Creating a Teaching Portfolio (ID)
Educational Research 101 (ID)
Are Student Evaluations Reflective of Teaching Effectiveness? (ID)
Basics of Successful Group Work and Group Dynamics (ID)
What is Teaching Effectiveness (ID)
Basics of Teaching in the T.E.A.L. Room (ID, SATAL, AET)
How to Conduct Classroom Observations (SATAL)
How Do You Know Your Students Are Learning (SATAL)
Creating a Learner-Centered Syllabus (SATAL)
Lines of Evidence for Effective Teaching (SATAL)
How to Design and Analyze Surveys (SATAL)
Assessing for Learning (SATAL)
Collaborating Successfully: Teamwork (SATAL)
Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SATAL)
Establishing Rapport With Your Students (SATAL)
6. When are you hoping to have the presentation offered for you/your team? Please list dates and times that would work for you.
7. Do you have a particular meeting space, like a scheduled class or departmental meeting room? If so, please indicate its location below. If not, the CETL staff will reserve a room on-campus.
8. Any other comments?
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