Get answers to questions on FERPA, ADA, and Title IX and learn how to significantly reduce the likelihood of conflict in your interactions with students, and the risk of lawsuits that can be costly and time-consuming.
This online, on-demand course will give grad students, teaching assistants, and new faculty the information and confidence they need to be an effective college instructor. Learn how to effectively design a course, create exams, manage content, increase student engagement, deal with common classroom challenges, evaluate learning, and more.
Learn the best practices for accelerating the progress at your institution and ensure that your mentoring program becomes an indispensable asset in hiring and nurturing outstanding teaching talent. Make the best use of your school's resources for attracting and retaining exceptional talent, and reinvigorating faculty and administrators already on staff.
The right kind of peer evaluations can make you a better instructor and a better colleague. This seminar prepares you to guide the kind of feedback conversation that leads to better teaching and increased learning.
Itís not surprising that many new faculty members struggle when they are first asked to lead their own classes. Bad habits picked up early in a teaching career can become self-defeating in the long term. Drawing upon our presenter's fifteen years of teaching and mentoring experience, we offer compelling and realistic advice on day-to-day teaching and improving student learning to guide new faculty members around predictable pitfalls and set them on the path to a rewarding teaching career.
Parker Palmer, Ph.D., and Maryellen Weimer, Ph.D,. talk about the underpinnings of their approaches to their work as teachers. They discuss the critical role of self-knowledge as a precursor to your work with students as well as why it is the key to growth and development as teachers.†
This seminar employs several exercises and demonstrations so that you can see how motivational interviewing works.
New instructors may be experts in their field, but no one has taught them how to effectively teach what they know. These programs bring new faculty up to speed quickly. The insight youíll gain on designing curricula, developing course assignments, supporting student learning, and enhancing student engagement online and offline will benefit students for years to come.
Educators can influence the way students learn and deal with the course material through communication. These three programs identify the behaviors, strategies, and communication signals for connecting with your students and boosting their classroom comprehension.
Learn a comprehensive approach to orientation for online adjuncts, as well as the key components of effective professional development for online faculty. The two programs in this multi-pack will help you reach out to this key constituency.
It is essential that faculty understand the best practices that underlie evaluations of effective online teaching. In this seminar learn the strategies for garnering constructive feedback, make significant changes in the way you teach based on that feedback, and take more control for the results of your evaluations.