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- B.A.S. University of Minnesota-Duluth
- M.S. Purdue University
- Ph.D. University of Oregon
- Current vita
Although my appointment does not include regular teaching opportunities within a college or department, much of my previous background as a faculty member focused on curriculum and instructional development within the discipline of kinesiology.
My recent readings have focused on a host of books I am trying to incorporate into my office work: Drive
by Daniel Pink, The Power of Habit
by Charles Duhigg, and A New Culture of Learning
by Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown.
My current research interests focus on framing CTL programs and services through the lens of principles from Made to Stick
(Heath & Heath, 2008) and writing about our progress with a CTL colleague.
Selected Publications and Presentations
Langley, D., & Guzey, S. (2014). Conducting an introductory biology course in an Active Learning Classroom: A case study of an experienced faculty member. New Directions for Teaching and Learning
, 137, 71-76.
(Presentations external to the University)
Petersen, C., Langley, D., & Neudauer, C. (2013, November). Sticky syllabi: Creating inspiring documents through the SUCCES model. Professional and Organizational Development Network Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
Langley, D. (2013, January). Developing memorable presentations: Strategies to make teaching stick. Workshop presented at Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.
Langley, D., & Petersen, C. (2012, October). Teaching that sticks: An adaptable design approach for professional development. Professional and Organizational Development Network Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.
Cook, C., Langley, D., Marincovich, M., & Takayama, K. (2012, October). Faculty development in a world of constant change. Professional and Organizational Development Network Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.
(Presentations internal to the University)
Langley, D. (2013, August). Grading rubrics: Efficient and effective tools for measuring student learning. August Teaching Enrichment Series, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota.
Petersen, C., & Langley, D. (2013, August). Innovative practices in ALCs: Instructor-tested approaches to make your ideas stick. Pre-conference workshop at the National Forum on Active Learning Classrooms, University of Minnesota.
Langley, D., O’Brien, J., & Petersen, C. (2013, July). Developing memorable presentations: Strategies to make teaching stick. Summer seminar series, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota.
Langley, D. (2013, June). Case-based teaching: Investigating problems through real-life stories. Workshop presented to international participants for the USAID-RESPOND project, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota.
Langley, D. (2013, April). Making grading transparent and consistent. Presentation to the Danish Institute for Study Abroad Workshop, Center for Teaching and Learning.
Langley, D. (2013, February). Make your teaching stick: Six principles for memorable presentations. Workshop presented to the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota.