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High-Impact Teaching Practices Roundtable – Dahlonega

November 18, 2014 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Dahlonega | Hoag Student Center | Room 207A

Facilitated by Sheri Hardee and Kelly McFaden

As this is our Year of Engagement, high-impact practices are more vital than ever in ensuring that our students are engaged in their learning, the classroom, the university, and their wider communities. This year’s Faculty Academy is centered on high-impact practices, with a specific focus on global and diversity initiatives, service-learning, and undergraduate research and/or creative projects in the classroom. Come join members of our Faculty Academy and the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership’s Faculty Fellows as they discuss their current projects, including the challenges and successes of developing, sustaining, researching, and writing about classroom and student engagement. In this informal workshop, we will share ideas about what UNG faculty are currently doing as well as future plans for engaged classrooms and research. Anyone interested in high-impact practices is welcome to attend.

This workshop is one of three sessions taking place on different campuses that will cover the same material:

Oconee | November 11 | Room 522 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Gainesville | November 17 | Nesbitt 5105 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Cumming | November 17 | 262 via VTC | 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Please attend the session that is most convenient for you.


Brandi Hester, Office Administrator, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership


DC – Hoag Student Ctr. – 207A
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Dahlonega, GA United States
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