FSEM Info & Announcements 7/12/22

Hello all- 

Hope you are all staying cool and are ready for the next heatwave!  We have several dates to have you put on your calendars and new invites to trainings. Please see below and let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Best, Monica

SURG registration is the week of July 25th-29th. First year students are excited to register!  

Required FSEM Professional Development- Paid $150 for attendance at each session

FSEM training- Wednesday, August 31st. 9-1pm Sie Complex (lunch provided) 

Advising Training- Thursday, Sept 1st. 9-12pm Sie Complex (snacks provided)

Register here: https://udenver.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ebQuHooLwtpCjYi

**NEW Summer Optional Professional Development- Paid $150 for attendance at the session

UDL Your Course Overview– 

On August 10th, from 12-2 pm, we welcome you to join Becca Ciancanelli, the OTL’s Director of Inclusive Teaching Practices, and Ellen Hogan, the Accessibility Technologist for Learning and Instruction, to engage in a UDL Your Course Overview. This particular workshop will introduce the important components of infusing UDL into your course with some highlights from each workshop topic. These strategies aim to center the needs of students with disabilities but can also enhance learning experiences for all learners. Please be prepared to focus on a certain aspect of your course, whether that be materials, using canvas, classroom participation, or assessment. Participants should expect to take away some new strategies for enhancing inclusive teaching practices for their FSEM students!

Register here: https://udenver.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eQkWw6sHuPkrdZA

**New 4D FSEM Optional Training Studio

Please see the invite below.

Dear FSEM faculty, 

The 4D Experience team invites faculty registrants for an in-person 4D FSEM Training Studio on Tuesday, August 30th from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. in Community Commons 2600. The studio will be led by Dr. Laura Perille, Co-Director of the 4D Experience, and Dr. Virginia Pitts, Director of University Teaching in the Office of Teaching and Learning.  

Through interactive activities, this studio seeks to provide participants with the frameworks, mindsets, and tools to further advance their commitment to holistic learning and development in line with the 4D Experience. First, the studio will offer greater insight into how the 4D Experience is being conceptualized and made real for students and the larger DU community in the coming years. In addition, and most critically, the studio will support participants in designing for greater belonging and purpose, both in the classroom and in individual interactions with students. Participants will come away with actionable strategies for setting the stage for belonging to emerge in their work, thereby not only enhancing and invigorating our students’ 4D Experience but also gaining tools that may be applied across their professional work.  

Please register by Tuesday, August 9th for the studio by using this Qualtrics form. An email from the 4D Experience team will then be sent to confirm your participation. Participants will receive $250 for attending the entire three-hour training.  

If you have any questions about the studio, please email laura.perille@du.edu.  

We hope that you will join us! 

Best wishes, 

Dr. Laura Perille and Dr. Virginia Pitts 

**Lastly remember this is the unofficial Discoveries Schedule so you can start to plan for the beginning of Fall quarter. The Lunch & Learn session information will be shared at the FSEM Professional Development on August 31st if you cannot attend on July 21st

Wednesday, September 7th

Convocation – faculty should plan to attend at 10am

Lunch- Faculty invited to have lunch with their FSEM class

Meeting with FSEM class 1pm-3pm

Thursday, September 8th

Meeting with FSEM class 1pm-2:45pm

Friday, September 9th

FSEM Destination trip 9am to 3pm

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