CTE Spring 2019 Reading Circles
The CTE Reading Circles are low-stakes, short-term reading groups of 6-12 participants with a faculty facilitator. Circles will focus on a single book (or part of a book) on teaching and meet three times over the fall 2018 semester. Meetings might be on campus or off. CTE will buy the books! All USF faculty members and librarians are eligible to participate. Sign-ups are due November 29th.

Payoff by Dan Ariely - FULL!
Facilitator: Jonathan Hunt (Rhetoric & Language)


Teaching Sustainability / Teaching Sustainably (Bartels and Parker, eds.)
Facilitator: Gerard Kuperus (Philosophy, Environmental Studies)

In this reading circle, we will critically discuss how to relate our various disciplines to sustainability as we read Teaching Sustainability / Teaching Sustainably. The book will guide us in the conversations. The different chapters discuss issues such as diversity, critical thinking, rhetoric, globalization, health care, tourism, leadership, and learning environments. The book discusses strategies, problems, and possibilities for teaching sustainability across different disciplines.

Meeting Schedule:
Wednesday, Feb. 6, 6–7:30 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 25, 6–7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Mar. 6, 6–7:30 p.m.

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