Thursday, March 23, 2017
10:20 - 11 a.m.
|Featuring||Dr. Jay Rasmussen, Professor of Education; Dr. Joey Horstman, Associate Professor of English; Dr. Chris Gehrz, Professor of History; Dr. Sara Shady, Professor of Philosophy|
|Location||View maps and directions to University Library Fireside Lounge|
|Sponsors||Faculty Development and Friends of the BU Library.|
Inspired teaching is a complex interplay of both art and science. Fortunately, Bethel has a number of educators distinguished in these critical attributes of teaching. This session, featuring four Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching recipients, explores "Habits of Mind" that are critical to both artists and teachers. Jay Rasmussen (Education) will draw a parallel between the artistry involved in photography and teaching, Joey Horstman (English) will share his experiences noticing in the classroom, Chris Gehrz (History) will discuss how wondering has led to successful classroom practices, and Sara Shady (Philosophy) will share examples of persistence that have translated into powerful student learning experiences. Please join this session to consider how noticing, wondering, and persisting can help educators develop and sustain their vibrancy as artists in the classroom.
Contact Ann Gannon at 651.635.8717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.