Monday Morning Mentor
The Monday Morning Mentor series delivers a 20 Minute Mentor online program, each week of the school year, for you to share campus-wide.
Deliver fast, focused, high-quality training for your faculty and staff — every week of the school year.
It’s the Monday Morning Mentor program and you’d be hard-pressed to find anything as practical, convenient, and affordable right online.
Monday Morning Mentor delivers one of our popular Magna 20 Minute Mentor online programs each week of the school year – 16 in the fall, 16 in the spring, 32 weeks in all.
In a compact format designed for busy schedules, the programs will deliver focused, fact-filled examinations of issues important to faculty and staff. Those include:
- Student engagement
- Teaching and learning
- Teaching online
- Assessment and learning goals
- Classroom management
- Legal concerns
- Physical/mental/emotional health
- Service learning
Imagine having a coordinated, systematic professional development program for your faculty and staff … and not having to sweat over it.
We provide the content plus:
- Supplemental materials
- PowerPoint handouts
- Facilitator’s guide
- Reminders (three days before the program and the day each one airs)
- Promotional materials
Week in and week out, you’ll be get quality and convenient answers to common classroom questions. Start every week with dynamic professional development programming for your faculty and staff.
Don’t miss this chance to get in on a whole new approach to faculty and staff training. Subscribe to the Monday Morning Mentor today!
Product Code: PMTPAA
Here’s how Monday Morning Mentor series works:
Each program is available online Monday morning. The administrator receives an email reminder that the program is ready.
It's a great way for faculty to start the week.
- Connection instructions are emailed to your campus’ administrator.
- Share the instructions for each week’s program with faculty across your campus.
- The program is available for a full week for on-demand viewing.
- Faculty can view it where and when ever is convenient for them.
Watch them individually or as a group. Email an open invitation to anyone with an interest in the week’s topic, or deliver the presentation in a conference room or lecture hall and enjoy it as a group.
With a subscription to Monday Morning Mentor, everyone on your campus can watch the program when it fits into their schedule.
2015 Spring Semester: Starts Week of January 26, ends week of May 11. View schedule (.pdf)
* You can sign up anytime with the subscription in effect for a full 12 months regardless of when you sign up.
|DATE||TITLE OF PROGRAM||PRESENTER|
|Jan. 26, 2015||What Kinds of Questions Encourage Student Interaction?||Maryellen Weimer|
|Feb. 2, 2015||How Should I Coach an Underperforming Colleague?||Jeffrey Buller and Robert Cipriano|
|Feb. 9, 2015||How Can I Minimize Cheating in the Classroom?||James Lang|
|Feb. 16, 2015||How Do I Convert a F2F Course to a Hybrid Course?||Jill Schiefelbein|
|Feb. 23, 2015||How Do I Use FLCs to Strengthen Institutional Assessment?||Milt Cox|
|Mar. 2, 2015||How Do I Develop a High-Impact Capstone Course?||Barb Jacoby|
|Mar. 9, 2015||How Can I Use Twitter to Improve Teaching and Learning?||James Lang|
|Mar. 16, 2015||Are Group Exams a Viable Testing Option?||Maryellen Weimer|
|Mar. 23, 2015||I'm Teaching Online Next Term. What Do I Have to Know?||Larry Ragan|
|Mar. 30, 2015||How Can I Help Students Develop Critical Thinking Skills?||Debi Moon and Rob Jenkins|
|Apr. 6, 2015||How Can I Use Student Feedback to Improve My Teaching?||Ken Alford and Tyler Griffin|
|Apr. 13, 2015||How Can I Incorporate a Group Poster Session into my Class?||Virginia Johnson Anderson|
|Apr. 20, 2015||What Should I Do When a Student Challenges My Authority?||Ike Shibley|
|Apr. 27, 2015||How Can I Improve Lessons with a 4-step Plan?||Mary C. Clement|
|May 4, 2015||What Works and What Doesn't When Teaching Large Classes?||Ken Alford and Tyler Griffin|
|May 11, 2015||How Can Google Docs Help Foster Productive Collaboration?||James Lang|