May 30 – June 1   |   University of Delaware

Making meaning and supporting significant learning through technology can start with a small change.

Day One (May 30)

Join James Lang (author of Small Teaching) as he demonstrates how to make the most of every moment in and out of your classroom. Throughout the first day, you’ll have an opportunity to try new strategies for student engagement, as well as learn how and why real-world connections enhance the classroom experience for your students.

Day Two (May 31)

Valerie Barr (Union College) will start the program focusing on how you can infuse computational reasoning throughout your courses. After her keynote, spend the day learning how to find the right tools to create meaningful learning for all students.

Day Three (June 1)

The institute continues with unique tools for classroom engagement, beginning with a keynote by Mills Kelly (George Mason University) on teaching in the digital age. Enjoy the remainder of the day learning about unique technology tools for digital humanities projects and creating courses that utilize UD’s unique collections.

This year’s SFI features several exciting special-interest additions, including sessions just for CIRTL program participants and a day-long field trip (Wednesday, May 31) about creating community engagement courses called “Discover Delaware.”

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