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Classroom Basics for New Teachers

Classroom Basics for New Teachers is an essential resource for anyone new (or almost new) to the classroom. It delivers research-based, classroom-tested best practices on the myriad responsibilities and challenges of teaching.

Basics of Teaching - Resources for New Teachers
Group Enrollment Pricing
1 person$329 per person
2-4 people$295 per person
5-9 people$209 per person
10-19 people$165 per person
20-39 people$139 per person
Group Enrollment discounts are applied in the cart.
The course enrollment will expire one year after activation.

Think of this Magna Online Course as Teaching 101 … and 102 … and 103.

Classroom Basics for New Teachers is an essential resource for anyone new (or almost new) to the classroom to learn the basics of teaching. It delivers research-based, classroom-tested best practices on the myriad responsibilities and challenges of teaching, including:

  • Fundamentals of course development
  • Active learning tactics
  • Ways to keep lectures engaging
  • Assignments and activities that promote critical thinking
  • Approaches that drive robust classroom participation
  • Methods for evaluating technology tools to ensure relevance and avoid bad investments
  • Practices that maintain high academic standards and rigor
  • Ideas for sparking and managing lively classroom conversations
  • Impactful assessments and feedback

Presented in modules, Classroom Basics for New Teachers is a detailed, 15-hour course filled with practical ideas ready to implement in the classroom. It’s designed for both asynchronous and synchronous learning: Individuals can take it at their own pace, accessing it from almost any device, while learning communities can take it together as part of institution-wide professional-development programs.

A wealth of supplemental materials enhance the course content. They include handouts, readings, full transcripts, and links to online resources. In addition, learning checks throughout the course help affirm understanding of the material, and a final check leads to a certificate of completion.

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Learning Goals

At the conclusion of the course, participants will have the ability to:

  • Design courses around learning goals
  • Establish a healthy classroom climate
  • Drive student engagement and enthusiasm for learning
  • Create impactful assessments and grading strategies
  • Teach higher-order thinking

Between hiring day and the first day of class, every new teacher needs to get up to speed quickly on good pedagogical practice and how to manage a classroom. Classroom Basics for New Teachers will give them confidence in their competence—order it today!

Who Will Benefit From This Course:

  • New faculty
  • Graduate assistants
  • Teaching assistants
  • Adjunct faculty
  • Anyone wanting to learn the basics of teaching

 

“I wish I would have had this course while I was in my MSN-Nurse Educator Program. Great information, ideas, and resources!” – Cassie Allen, MSN, College of Saint Mary

 

“This course was terrific – just what I was looking for to help my new hires who are new to teaching.” – Erik Christensen, Dean, Applied Sciences & Technologies, South Florida State College

 

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Discount pricing is available for multiple seats purchased at the same time.
For 10 or more seats, please contact Magna Sales at sales@magnapubs.com or call 800-433-0499 ext. 183 to receive a customized quote.

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The course enrollment will expire one year from date of purchase.

HOW TO ORDER:

  1. Order online-Use order button on this page
  2. Use the PDF order form PDF document icon and return it by mail or email
    Mail to: Magna Publications, 2718 Dryden Dr., Madison, WI 53704
    E-mail: Send your registration information to: support@magnapubs.com

 

Product Code: PO19PA

 

Meet Your Presenters

Elizabeth Barkley, PhD
Professor of Music History, Foothill College

Flower Darby
Faculty and Author of Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes

Katherine Jones
Undergraduate Services Librarian, Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus

Linda B. Nilson, PhD
Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation, Clemson University

Michael Bridges, PhD
Executive Director of Online Learning and Strategy, Duquesne University

Marie Norman, PhD
Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Tasha Souza
Associate Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Boise State University

Ken Alford, PhD
Professor of Church History and Doctrine, Brigham Young University

Tyler Griffin
Associate Professor of Ancient Scripture, Brigham Young University

James May, EdD
Professor, English as a Second Language, Valencia College

Maryellen Weimer, PhD
Professor Emerita, Editor of The Teaching Professor

Sherry Zane, PhD
Director Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program, University of Connecticut

Julie Smith
Instructor, Webster University

Jay R. Howard
Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Butler University

Meixun Sinky Zheng, PhD
Assistant Professor, Senior Faculty and Instructional Developer, University of the Pacific

Sarah Lovern, PhD
Professor of Biology, Concordia University Wisconsin

Tom Saleska, PhD
Professor of Biology, Concordia University Wisconsin

Lolita Paff, Phd
Associate Professor, Penn State Berks

Basics of Teaching - Resources for New Teachers

Purchase Options

Group Enrollment Pricing
1 person$329 per person
2-4 people$295 per person
5-9 people$209 per person
10-19 people$165 per person
20-39 people$139 per person
Group Enrollment discounts are applied in the cart.
The course enrollment will expire one year after activation.

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