The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is pleased to present our next Resources Round Table Dialogue on Friday, April 12th from 12 – 1 p.m. in the General Mills room, L3100 where we will talk about “Expectations.” Discussion questions between faculty and students may include: What expectations do you (student/faculty) have when you come to class? What do you expect from yourself? What do you expect from your instructor/student? What do you expect from your colleagues/fellow students? What do you expect from the college? Is it appropriate to have expectations? Why or why not? How are you prepared (or not prepared) to respond if your expectations are not met? What are some examples of situations where you have changed (or let go) of expectations or where you have advocated on behalf of a cause or issue you felt strongly about?
The vision for the Resources Round Table Dialogue is not only to create a forum for exchange of dialogue between students and faculty, but also to build community, make connections, share resources, ask questions, inspire new ideas, and gain new knowledge.
Our last dialogue had over 70 in attendance and was a great success! I hope you can join us, and help us spread the word to others who might be interested in attending as well. If you would like to attend this dialogue or have ideas for future dialogues, please let us know here.