The purpose of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to provide support and development opportunities to enable Augsburg faculty, staff, and leadership to co-create “an educational experience like no other.”
Adjunct Workshop Stipends
Adjunct instructors are eligible to receive a $50 stipend for attending selected workshops during the semester they are on contract. Attendance is not always communicated to CTL and stipends are not processed automatically. Please email email@example.com to ensure that your attendance was noted and the stipend will be processed. Workshops for which adjuncts may receive a stipend are noted below.
Equity and Inclusion Workshops
For information about workshops and other training opportunities offered by Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity visit the Certificate Program page. You can register for opportunities directly through the site.
** Adjunct instructors who attend any of the Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity workshops while under contract are eligible for a $50 stipend. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure that your attendance was noted! **
August 2019 Events
Descriptions will be available soon.
Wednesday, August 28 | High Engagement Pedagogy | 11 am – 12:15 pm, HC 250
Wednesday, August 28 | Supporting Our Incoming Students | 1 pm – 2:15 pm, HC 250
Wednesday, August 28 | Introduction to Active Learning: Concrete Ideas for your Classroom | 2:30 pm – 3:45 pm, HC 250
Thursday, August 29 | Up Your Game with Moodle (Valuable Tips) | 9:30 am – 10:45 am, HC 250
Thursday, August 29 | Providing Feedback with the Moodle Gradebook | 11 am – 12:15 pm, HC 250
Thursday, August 29 | Providing WISE Feedback to Students | 2 pm – 4 pm, HC 250
September 2019 Events
Wednesday, September 18 | Intercultural Communication and Conflict Styles Workshop | 9:40 am – 12:40 pm, OGC 100
Equity and Inclusion Workshop: This workshop makes use of the Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS) Inventory, which describes an individual’s preferred approach or style for resolving conflict by reflecting the individual’s culturally learned patterns for dealing with disagreements and expressing emotions. Additionally, this workshop will not only teach individuals about their own preferred approach and style, but also about the preferred approaches and styles of others. Finally, this workshop will give participants tangible skills that can be used when navigating communication and conflict across cultural differences. The increased understanding of intercultural communication and conflict styles and tangible skills participants will receive from this workshop can both enhance their overall intercultural competence, increase their effectiveness when working to resolve disagreements across cultures, and help them to create more inclusive campus spaces at Augsburg.For more information about this workshop, email inclusion@augsb
October 2019 Events
Thursday, October 3 | Disability as Diversity: Building Bridges to Full Inclusion Workshop | 9:40 am – 11:40 am, Science Hall, Room 123
Equity and Inclusion Workshop: This interactive workshop allows participants to explore the concept of ableism and other various models of disability. Additionally, participants will examine disability through the lens of diversity and identify underlying sources of prejudice and discrimination commonly experienced by people with disabilities. Finally, this workshop will share tips and resources for creating spaces at Augsburg and beyond that welcome and include people of all abilities.For more information about this workshop, contact Kathy McGillivray at mcgillik@augsbu
Friday, October 4 | All About Bias | 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm, OGC 200
Equity and Inclusion Workshop: This workshop has a hybrid, e-learning group format that provides participants with an introduction to understanding and responding to unconscious bias during workplace interactions and in workplace settings. Relevant to faculty and staff of all levels, participation in this workshop can positively impact all aspects of Augsburg University. Additionally, this workshop explores the hidden and pervasive nature of unconscious bias. More specifically, it examines how unconscious bias works in the human brain, how it impacts decisions, and how individuals can respond when they encounter it in themselves and others.
Tuesday, October 8 | Ally Training I | 12 pm – 3 pm, Marshall Room, Christensen Center
Equity and Inclusion Workshop: This workshop provides participants with the tools, skills, knowledge, and resources to be intentionally supportive to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) communities. Additionally, this workshop will cover definitions and terminology, tackle current issues and challenges facing LGBTQIA+ students, and practice skill-building scenarios. Finally, this workshop will help faculty and staff to develop and grow their inclusive understandings of gender and sexuality while creating and maintaining Augsburg spaces that affirm the wholeness of identities. Please Note: Those who attend Ally Training I will receive an ally placard that they may place on a visible surface near their Augsburg work area.For information about this workshop, please contact Maxwell Poessnecker at poessnec@augsbu
Wednesday, October 9 | Working Towards Inclusive Spaces Workshop | 11 am – 2 pm, OGC 111
Equity and Inclusion Workshop: This workshop will highlight four common ideologies, misunderstandin
Wednesday, October 30 | From Microinequities to Inclusion Workshop | 11 am – 1 pm, Marshall Room, Christensen Center
Equity and Inclusion Workshop: This workshop has a hybrid, e-learning group format that provides participants with an introduction to understanding and responding to microinequities during workplace interactions and in workplace settings. Relevant to faculty and staff of all levels, participation in this workshop can positively impact all interactions and spaces at Augsburg University. Additionally, this workshop allows participants to explore microinequities across cultures as well as through social identities related to gender, ethnicity, language, sexual orientation, ability, age, etc. Finally, this workshop shares tips and examples for learning how to identify, minimize, and respond to microinequities in specific scenarios.For more information about this workshop, email inclusion@augsb