Faculty Exchanges: Classrooms, Coffee, Conversations
In response to faculty requests, the Center for Educational Resources (CER) has established the Faculty Exchanges program. Faculty and graduate students may observe the teaching methods of faculty who have volunteered to participate in the program.
More information is available here.
Teaching Innovation Grants
The Center for Educational Resources (CER) announces a program of grants for faculty who wish to employ new teaching strategies for their undergraduate courses in the Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences. The CER is committing approximately $50,000 to this grant program. Applicants may request up to $10,000 for a proposed project. Proposal are due no later than Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 5:00 PM EST. These grants are made possible by the generosity of Johns Hopkins Emeritus Trustee Christopher Hoehn-Saric and the Smart Family Foundation.
The goal of the program is to foster innovative curricular design and teaching practices on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. An RFP with complete description of the program and details on the application process may be found here: http://www.cer.jhu.edu/pdf/TIG-RFP-FINAL.pdf. Questions may be directed to Macie Hall in the CER at firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty are encouraged to contact CER staff for consultation before submitting proposals.
LUNCH and LEARN
Faculty Conversations on Teaching
After a successful launch last academic year Lunch and Learn - Faculty Conversations on Teaching returns for 2016-2017. These casual, one-hour discussions over lunch spotlight experienced faculty sharing innovative teaching practices and demonstrating how others might implement similar strategies. To sign up for an event, send an email to email@example.com.
The 2016-2017 Lunch and Learn Series:
Eyes on Teaching Series
Workshops are open to all faculty, lecturers, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students with instructional appointments in Arts & Sciences or Engineering. Also open to any graduate student or post-doctoral fellow enrolled in the PFFTA certificate program regardless of division.
Introducing Reveal: an image annotation tool
Available for Homewood instructors, Reveal is a web application that uses image annotation to create websites. Reveal allows you to display image, audio, and video files in a spatial context, providing a way to illustrate visual relationships.
This program is integrated with Johns Hopkins Authentication so all content is password protected. Learn more...