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Dr. Helen Chen's Presentation: Winter '16 Carnegie

Thanks to all the Portland State faculty and staff who attended our Winter 2016 Carnegie conversation with Dr. Helen Chen!

Dr. Chen was kind enough to share her slides with us and we’ve linked to them at the image below for Portland State community members to download. 11 more words

Teaching And Learning

Peer Observation of Teaching

The Peer Observation of Teaching Workshop – held on Thursday, February 11 at the New Westminster campus – was an engaging session facilitated by Isabeau Iqbal… 117 more words

Video and Direct Observation Precepting: Time to Remove Our Head From the Sand

Advances in technology have made direct observation by video recording or live-feed easy and affordable, allowing the most financially limited programs to conduct direct observation this way. 854 more words

Family Medicine

Feb. 20: Teaching Multilingual Students: From Awareness to Best Practices

Metropolitan State’s Center for Faculty Development invites you to a faculty conference focused on multilingual students. Teaching Multilingual Students: From Awareness to Best Practices is 7:30 a.m.–2:15 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 122 more words


Reflecting on WAW: A Pedagogical Journey

by Heather Camp, Associate Professor of English and Director of Composition at Minnesota State University, Mankato 

The invitation to guest blog for the writing-about-writing network has led me to reflect on the ways I have benefited from WAW over the last five years. 617 more words


Training teachers to act rather than react

“Content expertise”, as noted recently, does not equal “teaching expertise.” Moreover, the age gap between teachers and learners means that teachers too often teach the way they were taught, whereas the learners use ways of knowledge acquisition unknown to their teachers. 619 more words

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