This seminar will show how to implement specifications grading to get students to do the work of learning, increase rigor, apply UDL, and promote academic integrity and strategically align assessments with the appropriate level of cognition (Bloom’s Taxonomy).
This seminar offers a glimpse into how Wikipedia can empower students to share their knowledge with the world around them. Through real-life strategies and helpful background information, this seminar shows you how to use a tool you already understand in a new way to increase student engagement, boost critical thinking, and improve information literacy.
In this seminar you will be able to identify what professionalism is and to present various methods for teaching and evaluating professionalism on campus and in the clinical environment.
Developing and implementing a strategic initiative to institutionalize the use of open educational resources (OER) does not have to be a daunting task but can be tackled and accomplished through a series of no/low cost and easy to implement strategic initiatives.
Learn to create classroom environments that promote academic discussions of faith as a form of personal identity, diversity, belief, motivation, culture-community, privilege and oppression.
This seminar offers an understanding of microaggressions in the classroom, strategies to take when they occur, and suggestions on how to create a classroom climate that limits them.
This seminar offers a theoretical base to use when considering faculty development activities at your school. Explore the theory behind faculty development, learn to better engage your faculty and grow your faculty development program, and share ideas in this online program.
Attendees will be able to compare and contrast the roles and responsibilities of the chair over a 12-year time frame. Trends will be analyzed over time and issues will be explored regarding the future of the roles and responsibilities of the chair.
Join us for a program where we talk with an administrator about ways to make the discussion of course ratings a constructive conversation about teaching and learning.
Teaching with intercultural savvy helps our increasingly diverse and multinational student population to achieve success.