Teaching Guild Events
The Teaching Guild hosts guest speakers and faculty workshops throughout
the year. From technological tools for teaching to learning how to use
hybrid wikis, the Teaching Guild's activities offer professional
development and uncover untapped resources. Teaching Guild events are
practical and attended by faculty across all colleges at The University of Tampa. The guild meets to discuss potential speakers and is funded by the University. If you have ideas to share or expertise in a teaching area, please contact MMartinasek@ut.edu.
Past events in the 2013-2014 academic year included presentations on using technological tools in the classroom from both a faculty perspective and a student perspective. Our first Lunch and Learn on Sept. 2, 2014, was well attended. You can view the slides here.
Our next event is scheduled for Oct. 3, 2014, at 8:30 a.m. (conference room, 9th floor of Vaughn). At this time we will host the Research Roundtable discussion, "How do you introduce research in your classroom?" These roundtable sessions will allow faculty to share briefly their experiences on a different research-related topic every other month.