"One isn't necessarily born with courage, but one is born with potential. Without courage, we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency. We can't be kind, true, merciful, generous, or honest."

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Preparations for Academic Year 2015-2016

FACULTY LEARNING COMMUNITIES

AND

COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE

Please follow these links to the application forms:

Common Reading Program Faculty Development

Designing Instructional Strategies for Flipping the Classroom

Integrating Information and Digital Literacy across the Curriculum

Service-Learning

Questions?  Please do not hesitate to email cetl@stcloudstate.edu

____________________________________

NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION

August 19-21, 2015

New Faculty Special Events and Orientation

Wednesday, August 19

12:00-12:30     SCSU Teaching and Learning Fair: Welcome and Introductions

Miller Center, Second Floor Reading Court

12:30-1:00       Networking Lunch

Miller Center, Third Floor MC 310

1:00-4:30         New Faculty Orientation (Part 1)

Miller Center and Atwood, Alumni

Thursday, August 20

2:00-4:30         New Faculty Orientation (Part 2)

Miller Center and Atwood, Alumni

Friday, August 21

 8:00-3:30        New Faculty Orientation (Part 3)

Atwood Memorial Center, Alumni

 

FALL CONVOCATION

August 19-21, 2015

For a detailed look at Fall Convocation, check out the: Convocation Booklet

 

_______________________________________________________

Tentative Schedule

SCSU Fall Convocation 2015 Schedule at a Glance

Wednesday, August 19

 9:00-10:15    President’s Address, Ritsche Auditorium

10:15-11:45   Ice Cream Social & Welcome Reception for new Provost, Atwood Mall

11:45-12:00   Break

12:00-12:30   SCSU Teaching & Learning Fair Welcome and Introductions, Miller Center Second Floor Reading Court

12:00-2:00     SCSU Teaching & Learning Fair and Light Lunch, Miller Center Second Floor Reading Court, Lunch in MC 310

2:00-2:15       Break

2:15-3:30       Concurrent Sessions A, Atwood Memorial Center

4:00-5:00       Research and Creativity Recognition Reception, Atwood Main Lounge

4:30-6:30       FLC-CoP Welcome and Kick-off, Atwood Memorial Center, Cascade

Thursday, August 20

9:00-1:45       College/School and Department Meetings

1:45-2:00       Break

2:00-3:15       Husky Compact Session: How does my program fit with Our Husky Compact? A tuning workshop designed to help connect your unit outcomes with Our Husky Compact, Atwood Memorial Center, Voyageurs

3:15-3:30       Break

3:30-4:45       Concurrent Sessions B, Atwood Memorial Center

3:30-4:30       IFO/FA Orientation, IFO Rights & Responsibilities, Retirement Options, Atwood Memorial Center, Alumni

Friday, August 21

9:00-12:00     Special Workshop: Application of Backward Design Principles, Miller Center, B31

9:00-10:15     Concurrent Sessions C, Atwood Memorial Center      

10:30-11:45   Concurrent Sessions D, Atwood Memorial Center

 

****PARKING NOTICE FOR Thursday, August 20****

Employee parking

All university employees who regularly park on campus are directed to park in K lot throughout the day on Aug. 20i. In order to facilitate move-in day on campus, they are are encouraged to take advantage of the Husky Shuttle to access north campus from K-lot . The Husky Shuttle will stop every 10 minutes for pick-up/drop-off at Husky Hub/K-lot and the Wick Science building.

Morning beverages and breads will be available in the Husky Hub until 9:30 a.m.

Employees with disability parking passes should contact Public Safety at 320-308-3453 to verify the closest parking available to their destination.

 

 

SPECIAL WORKSHOP: APPLICATION OF BACKWARD DESIGN PRINCIPLES

August 21, 9 am - noon

Full details here

CETL UbD Workshop

9:00-12:00       Special Workshop: Application of Backward Design Principles:

Miller Center, B31

Facilitators: Kate Pound, Kristin Bratt, Michael Rogers, Nancy Sundheim

Use the process of Backward Design to improve student learning in one topic you teach. You will use Enduring Understandings and Essential Questions as a means to frame a topic, and plan or rework an assessment to truly assess student understanding. You will then plan the order and sequence in which students learn specific skills and build understandings in your class or lab.

 

 

Course Redesign Academy for the Digital Age

"I enjoyed learning about the different apps and websites that can be integrated into D2L"

CRADA3

Facilitator: Dr. Michael Truong

Thursday-Friday, February 5-6, 2015

Participants have:

  • Learned seven principles of undergraduate education,
  • Examined several technology tools (including various features of D2L) at “low tech” and a “high tech” levels, and
  • Worked individually and in groups with Dr. Truong and the SCSU D2L Team to apply one or more of the above principles and tools to the design of one course each.
  • Successfully advanced their use of instructional technology to the next level.

Co-sponsors: CETL and the Center for Continuing Studies.

 

 

Untitled Document