We are pleased to announce our 2014-2015 Workshop Schedule!! Workshops are 1-2 hour face-to-face presentations/discussions/activities that are designed to help faculty and staff learn more about teaching and learning. Our workshops are often collaborative endeavors carried out in association with the Faculty Development Committee, Assessment Committee, Diversity Initiative, High Impact Practices Committee and other campus partners. Participation in many events is limited because of space constraints so please, register well in advance to ensure your place!
April 15, 3:00-4:00 pm, 207 Henderson
A well-crafted lecture is essential to teaching practice. Dr. Tony Silvestri (History) and Dr. Kim Morse (History) will share their insights and practical advice on creating and delivering lectures that work.
April 16, 3:00-4:00 pm, 206B Mabee
Students learn in many ways and instructors who use a variety of teaching tools are more likely to engage a larger number of students. Podcasting could be another arrow in your teaching quiver. You can create podcasts of course content or assign students a podcasting assignment. In this workshop, you will learn about the tools needed for podcasting, the elements of an effective podcast, and the steps to follow to post a podcast to D2L.