Faculty Development Workshops

Teaching and Learning at PLU

Teaching and Learning workshops at PLU are grounded in the excellent teaching of our faculty.  These workshops are a way to foster cross-disciplinary conversations around effective teaching pedagogies and strategies.

Documenting the Vocation of Teaching, Part II Dr. Samuel Torvend
Monday, March 6 – 10:30-11:30 am Hauge Administration Building, Room 205
Thursday, March 9 – 4:00-5:00 pm University House Dining Room
Meeting the Millennials Midway: Applying Strategies for Teaching & Advising a “Selfie” Generation Dr. Christine Hansvick
Thursday, March 9 – 3:30-5:00 pm Xavier 150
Formative Assessment with CATs, Clickers & Twitter PLU Instructional Designer, Dana Bodewes
Wednesday, March 15 – 12:30-1:30 pm Library 331
Planning for Performance Assessments PLU Instructional Designer, Dana Bodewes
Tuesday, April 11 – 12:00-1:00 pm Library 331
Preparing for Tenure & Promotion  
Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) Sessions
March 1 – April 7 by appointment
Learn how class is going before the end of the semester. Find more information: here

For additional information, please contact the Office of the Provost (provost@plu.edu, (253)535-7129).

Please contact Jan Lewis, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Programs, with proposals for particular workshops or requests for workshops to fulfill particular needs (lewisjp@plu.edu).

Technology Workshops

Information & Technology Services (I&TS) offers a number of technology workshops in support of teaching and learning at PLU. To view all scheduled workshops, visit the Training and Workshops Page or view the flyer.

To register for technology workshops, please go to the online Registration Form

Need a training solution tailored to your class or department needs? Contact I&TS at itech@plu.edu and they will do their best to meet your specific needs.

Additional Resources

Visit these specific websites/links for further development opportunities: