Webinar Week Monday February 2nd – Friday February 6th
From 12:00 – 1:15 every day during the week of February 2nd, we will be showing a webinar titled Flipping out over the Flipped Classroom.
This webinar is sponsored by EDUCAUSE
Presenter: Ann H, Taylor, Director of the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute, The Pennsylvania State University
While there is increasing talk about the flipped classroom across higher education, there is also a lot of confusion. In this session, we’ll introduce the concept of flipping the classroom and demonstrate techniques involved with this teaching model that takes the traditional methods of delivering instruction outside the classroom to free up valuable face-to-face time and engage students in the application of course concepts.
OUTCOMES: Learn about the concept of and techniques involved in flipping the classroom as a teaching model * Discuss research findings that support this model and share best practices for making the most out of in-class and out-of-class time * Explore the many resources available to support both novices and seasoned flippers.
“Flipping Out Over the Flipped Classroom ”
Date: 2/2 – 2/6
Time: 12:00 – 1:15
Location: STICC L011 on the Lower Level of the Library
This is a reminder that the next Lunchtime Conversation will be held tomorrow, Tuesday 1/27, from noon till 1:15 p.m. in the Employee Lounge on the ground floor of Liberal Arts.
The topic of this conversation will be “Cool Teaching Strategies: Flipped Classrooms, Wicked Problems, and Social Messies.” This will be a discussion about using practical, creative new teaching strategies to promote student engagement and problem-solving in your classrooms. Facilitators will be Dr. Sally Welch, Interim Dean for New Program Development and associate professor of Chemistry, along with invited guests. Please feel free to come and offer your own creative ideas.
Co-Creating Community (CCC) is a community-centered, “dialogue-into-action” initiative in northwest Detroit that is supported by Marygrove College. CCC will meet on Tuesday, January 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Main Dining Room. Please join us!
During our sessions neighbors co-create opportunities to amplify activities that enhance community living and life! We desire to go deeper as we demonstrate and communicate the importance each person is to a neighbor’s vision for the good. Previous activities have identified and affirmed neighbors’ skills, histories, and value. Mutual community work—providing various support for family survivors of domestic violence, helping host a rotating shelter for homeless people, cleaning up a lot, and researching/responding to local needs are some concrete activities which have flowed from these sharings.
Come out and support our community’s future with your ingenuity, heart and energy to do something for the good in “right now” time.
If you plan to join us, please email Sr. Barbara Beesley at or leave a message at (313) 927-1403, so that we know how many to plan for. Many thanks!
The Marygrove College campus will be closed Monday, January 19th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We wish you a happy and reflective weekend!
The Department of Dance will be hosting a “Dance Marathon” on campus this Friday, January 16, 2015 in LA 211. The purpose of this event is to raise funds for the dance majors that are registered for IS 326B-02 Travel Seminar to New York.
The students have collected pledges from sponsors (family, friends, neighbors) and have committed to dance from 12:00 noon until 12:00 midnight. At the minimal cost of a $10.00 donation, all are welcome to join the party and dance along with the students.
If you prefer to leave your dancing shoes at home, feel free to offer a donation of any amount you wish. Or at the very least, show your support by stopping by the dance department to give a vote of confidence to those that are participating.
The last day to add or drop a class for the Winter Semester is Saturday, January 17th.
Marygrove students are invited to engage in a day of service together with Mission Integration–Campus Ministry–Service Learning. We will participate in Central United Methodists’ Rally and March on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015.
- Our buses will depart from the front of Madame Cadillac at 10 a.m.
- We will first assist the MLK Day Committee to organize tables and winter wear donations, and other preparations.
- At noon, speakers will address Selma, Ferguson, and Detroit struggles.
The rally is followed by a march downtown. This is a good way to experience a nonviolent demonstration for jobs , peace and justice.
- Upon return at the church, we will join others for a meal and program.
- Our participants will gather at 4 p.m. for the return bus to campus.
Seating on the bus is limited. To reserve a seat, please contact Sr. Barbara Beesley at 313-927-1403, or firstname.lastname@example.org . You may join us there and provide your own transportation, if you wish.
This is a wonderful way to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy and to network with other committed urban leaders in the metro Detroit area.