Global Oshkosh Project: An Interim Intensive
(Register by: Nov. 7)
January 6-8, 2015 | 12:30-4:30 p.m. each day
Modeled on the Winnebago Sustainability Project, the Global Oshkosh Project will explore specific course and assignment design ideas as well as practical teaching and assessment strategies.
CETL invites members of the UW Oshkosh teaching community not already engaged in Non-Western course instruction to develop new courses or significantly revise existing courses for the Global Citizenship (Non-Western) general education requirement.
This Interim Intensive is centered on the infusion of global content and perspectives in new courses or existing courses significantly modified to include global content and perspectives. Each session will provide instructors with specific course and assignment design ideas, drawing on established best practices and featuring members of our own teaching community who incorporate global perspectives in their teaching.
After the Interim Intensive, the completion of a course syllabus, and the appearance of that syllabus for review by College Curriculum Committees, participants will receive stipends of $750.
Members of the teaching community from all Colleges and disciplines are encouraged to participate, and membership will be limited to 10 participants to ensure small group discussion, collaboration, and individual attention.
Registration deadline: Nov. 7, 2014.