Oct. 4, 2012: 'Flipping' in Action: The Flipped Classroom as an Active Learning Environment. Panel discussion. Presenters: Julie Zadinsky (College of Nursing, GHSU) will explain what a flipped class is and how it allows the instructor to serve as a "guide at the side". Kristin Casaletto (Art, ASU), Deltrye Holt (Mathematics, ASU), and Deborah Richardson (Psychology, ASU) each explain techniques they have used to flip their classes and report on the success of those strategies.
Sept. 14, 2012: Kristin Casaletto presented Linking Local Resources to World History to area high school teachers at the Partnership Schools Network conference, Augusta State University, hosted by the ASU College of Teacher Education.
Sept. 7, 2012: Local Scholars Speak, a day of sharing teaching-related research, was co-sponsored by the Humanities Program and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Augusta State University campus.
April 20, 2012: Guest lecture by Henry Sayre, author of the HUMN2001 course textbook Value in Art: Manet and the Slave Trade. University Hall, room 170. Free and open to the public.
April 19, 2012: 2:30 p.m., Science Building W1008. Panel discussion: Differentiated Learning . (Co-sponsored with ASU's Center for Teaching and Learning). Open to faculty and staff.