Lynn Meade, Instructor in the Communications, led a discussion on “Students Often Surprise Me and That’s a Good Thing – Framing Teaching from a Student Standpoint.” at the October 2019 Wally Cordes Chair Discussion. If you would like more information on...
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The TFSC Co-directors, Julie Trivitt, Lori Holyfield, and Don Johnson led a discussion on the Use of Student Comments in Evaluating Teaching.
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Deborah Korth, Jean Henry, and Mary Margaret Hui gave a presentation on Working with First-Generation College Students at the October New Faculty Luncheon.
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Joe Nowakowski, Professor of Economics and Education Division Chair at Muskingum University, gave a presentation on open educational resources called Open Textbooks – Access, Affordability, and Academic Success.
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Research shows that students are better able to critically assess and comprehend materials when our assignments and assessments include an element of reflection. Using ePortfolios in the class is one method to help instructors incorporate reflection in the classroom.
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Tuesday September 17, 2019, Tia Brown McNair, the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Student Success for Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) presented on Becoming a Student-Ready University. The mission of the AAC&U is to advance...
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Apple development executives gave a presentation on Academic Tools and Workflows on the iPad at the April TIPS for Teaching with Technology.
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Rachel Glade and Lynn Meade presented on Creating Safe Spaces for Discussion for the TFSC New and Not-So-New Faculty Lunch Series.
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The All Faculty Dead Day Luncheon, sponsored by the Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC), concluded with a poster session that featured winners of the 2017-2018 Teaching Improvement Grants and Teaching in Research Grants.
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Dr. Jim Gigantino, Department Chair and Associate Professor of History, discussed his successful use of games in teaching historical events and ideas during a History Department Series on Teaching. The game series that he uses is called “Reacting to the...
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