May 2019 LCTL Partnership Workshop

Where: Michigan State University (Wells Hall, East Lansing, MI)

When: Monday, May 13th – Tuesday, May 14th

Who: Up to two LCTL instructors are invited to attend from each Big Ten Academic Alliance Institution, in addition to those who already participate as Core and Affiliate Partners for our languages.

What:

**Note: This workshop covers largely the same material as our May 2017/2018 Workshop. If you attended a May workshop before, please allow a different colleague to attend in your stead.**

You will have ample time to network and discuss issues with fellow LCTL instructors in addition to having focused sessions on the following topics:

  • Use and understand concept of reverse design
  • Examine proficiency standards that are relevant to your program and students
  • Dialogue about best practices regarding the use of authentic and designed materials in the classroom
  • Learn the basics about your rights and responsibilities when it comes to copyright and open access materials
  • Hands-on time after each topic to dig into concepts and make notes for follow-up actions needed

December Workshop 2017

Thank you for a successful workshop!

A detailed agenda can be found here.

Files from the workshop can be found here

The videos of the sessions are available below.

Session 1: The Differentiated Classroom

Dr. Jason Merrill

Session 2: The Flipped Classroom

Daniel Trego

Session 3: Assessment

Dr. Koen Van Gorp

Sessions 4 and 5: Communities of Practice and Grassroots LCTL Sharing

Dr. Emily Heidrich and Ariel Mallett

Session 6: Looking to the Future

Luca Giupponi