May 4, 2017
Dr. Ian Camera
"iPads in the Classroom"
May 4, 1:30 pm, Pendergraft Library, 300 North
BIO: Dr. Ian Camera
Dr. Camera earned a B.A. in Psychology at Connecticut College and an MSN and a Nursing Doctor degree at Francis Payne Bolton School of Nursing, at Case Western Reserve University.
He has served as an author and subject matter expert on numerous projects for Elsevier, Inc. Before joining Apple Education, he was on the nursing faculty and was the chair of the Instructional Technology Committee at Holyoke Community College, in Holyoke MA, where he had also served as department chair and interim dean of the Health Division.
May 10 & 11, 2017
The Professional Development Day for May will be conducted as two half-day sessions. Please mark your calendars.
On Wednesday, May 10th, the faculty will convene in the Doc Bryan Lecture Hall at 1:30 p.m.; Dr. Abdelrahman and Dr. Bowen will address the faculty. Additionally, we will recognize faculty for years of service, retirement and appointment of emeritus status. Immediately following this event, a reception will be held for the honored faculty in Doc Bryan room 242.
On Thursday morning, May 11th, CETL will be hosting a Teaching Innovation Conference in Rothwell Hall. Breakfast will be served from 7am-8am and the activities will take place from 8:15am-11:30am. There will be a wide selection of presentations from faculty and staff, a conversation room with snacks and an opportunity to get professional photos with Jerry. We look forward to seeing you at these events.
Click on the link below for the conference schedule along with abstracts for each presentation.
Teaching Innovations Conference Schedule
May 5, 2016
Teaching Innovation Conference (click for Agenda)
Handouts (Please print out for any presentations you plan to attend)
What is Effective Teaching? - Dr. Lucas Maxwell
Creating a student-centered community of learning - Dr. Shellie Hanna & Dr. Tim Carter
Exploring Free Technology Tools to Flip Classroom in the Light of TPACK Framework (Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Management - Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim & Dr. Aileen J. Watts
Implementing undergraduate research in the classroom and beyond - Dr. Tsunemi Yamashita & Dr. Newt Hilliard
POGIL (Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning) - Dr. Robin Lasey
Universal design and inclusion: Facilitating success in the classroom - Dr. Erica Wondolowski
Online learning and the application of active learning strategies - Dr. Jeff Aulgur, Jennifer Saxton, & Annette Stuckey
Using RefWorks for Organizing & Writing Research - Mr. Brent Etzel
Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness Showcase and Roundtable:
Academic Advising Roundtable - Marika Lederman, Phillip Harp, Scott Tomlin, & Daniel Riedmueller
Out of many sections, one course: Effectively managing multi-section courses - Dr. Erin Clair
Surviving the Program Review Process - Dr, Jeff Aulgur, Dr. Chris Giroir, and various program faculty
Biology Department Program Outcomes Roundtable - Dr. Jackie Bowman, Dr. Ivan Still, Dr. Cynthia Jacobs, and Dr. Eric Lovely
Teaching TECH 1001 - Linda Hensen-Jackson
Degree Works Demonstration - Registrar's Office
March 9, 2016
How to get started with service learning
Presenter: Aubrey Holt (ATU:Student Services)
Location: Doc Bryan 242
Time: 3pm - 4pm
March 2, 2016
Webinar: Motivational Interviewing: A model for behavioral change
Speaker: Antonia Montoya, MS, CHES
Location: Pendergraft Library 325
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Learn the basics of Motivational Interviewing (MI), an evidence-based method of helping people change their behavior. MI is a collaborative process between staff and student that enhances their readiness for change by exploring and resolving ambivalence. MI was once a method used by licensed mental health practitioners for drug and alcohol treatment but has been proven to be an effective approach for many behaviors such as smoking, diet, exercise, medication adherence, anger management, eating disorders, and others. With an emphasis on the four principles of MI we will explore autonomy, effective communication, motivation, self-efficacy, and readiness for change. Participants will understand the basics of this respectful student-centered approach and will be able to begin practicing their new skills right away.
Know the four principles of Motivational Interviewing.
Understand the importance of autonomy, self-motivation, and self-efficacy for behavior change.
Explore the communication skills effective for MI.
Receive a list of questions to ask students.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Student Affairs staff - professionals in student conduct, advisors, mentors, staff
working with targeted or minority populations, student retention and graduation specialists,
student recruitment specialists
Resident Life staff
SHealth Center staff
Dr. Christine Austin
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Designing Course-Embedded Measures
2015 Service Learning Symposium
Friday, December 11, 2015
Dr. Sean Huss - Student Engagement and Student Classroom Revolts: What Works and Doesn't (So Far) in Trying to Flip my Classes
Dr. Joshua Lockyer - Service Learning Through Local Food, Heirloom Seeds, and Sustainable Living Projects
Dr. Michael Rogers - Applying What you Learn in Class to Improving Your Communities: Civic Action Papers in Courses on Government
Dr. Julie Mikles-Schluterman - Sending Sociology Majors into the World: A Service Learning Approach
Dr. Hanna Norton - Communicating with a Community: How Journalism Students Craft Positive Change to Collaborate for Service Learning
Aubrey Holt & Emily Bradley - Opportunities to Collaborate for Service Learning
Dr. Christine Austin
Thursday, December 3, 2015
Writing Effective Learning Outcomes
Dr. Mark Taylor
Wednesday, May 7, 2015
This handout is provided as a courtesy to attendees at the ATU events on May 7, 2015. It is not intended as a stand-alone document, but supports the information from the program. An ATU login will be required to access these documents.
Understanding and Teaching Today's Learners
For more information, visit Dr. Taylor's website at www.taylorprograms.com
Dr. William Buskist
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Considering, Contemplating & Conducting the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Presentation Videos and Documents
Spring 2014 Curriculum Proposal Training
Wednesday April 2 at 10:00 am and at 2:00 pm
Thursday April 3 at 11:30 am and at 2:30 pm
Curriculum Proposal Assessment Forms Training Manual
June 10, 2016
Webinar: Using Academic Program Cost Analysis to Improve the Efficiency of Your Department
(to view this online training, log in to Academic Impressions and go to "Recorded Online Trainings" )
Location: Brown Building Room 254
Time: 11:45 am - 1:40 pm
January 23, 2017
Dr. David Embrick
"What Does Diversity Mean in an Era of Color Blindness"
January 23, 6:00 pm - 9:00 p.m.
Doc Bryan Lecture Hall