The IRIS Center's
Fall semester has begun, course syllabi are developed, but what about relevant course resources? Many faculty are familiar with modules and case studies from the IRIS Center, but additional resources are available.
Wrap-Around Concept Maps are diagrams designed to help faculty who want to extend and deepen the information included in the IRIS Center's modules and case studies. The Wrap-Around Concept Maps provide examples of supporting materials available on the IRIS website, such as activities and video vignettes, aligned to each module and case study. By using these Wrap-Around Concept Maps, instructors can more easily accomplish the task of broadening their own instruction, and hence their students' learning experiences.
Now accepting nominations!
A new addition to the CAPSE/TED Website!
Do you or a colleague of yours have a newly published article or book? Achieving great things in the postsecondary classroom? Want to share other recent accomplishments?
The CAPSE/TED Featured Faculty section is a great opportunity to promote the excellent work of our members. You may self-nominate or nominate a colleague (with their permission) for the Featured Faculty section on our website. Send a photo and a short bio, including any relevant website links, to Sara Juarez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Faculty will be updated every two weeks and submitted profiles will be randomly selected. CAPSE/TED looks forward to featuring you!