Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

NEW FACULTY WORKSHOPS

Mark your calendars!

Date and Time
Topic
Location
Comments and Resources

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

5:00-7:30pm

Advising: Facilitated by David Warne, Department of Communication Studies
Glacier North, Atwood

Dinner provided

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

5:00-7:30pm

D2L: Facilitated by Bill Dowden, The Center for Continuing Studies
Glacier South, Atwood
Dinner provided

Wednesday, November 15, 2014

5:00-7:30pm

Research & Grants: Facilitated by Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Alumni Room, Atwood
Dinner provided

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

5:00-7:30pm

Handling Student Matters: Co-Facilitated by the Office of Student Life and Development & Counseling and Psychological Services
Alumni Room, Atwood

Dinner provided

If you missed the PDP workshop in September, here is the powerpoint with the information presented

 

For information about the 2013-2014 academic year workshops, click here.

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NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION 2014

 

New Faculty Orientation

2013-2014 New Faculty share tips and tricks with 2014-2015 New Faculty.

New Tenure-Track Faculty Orientation Schedule

New FTNP Orientation Schedule

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NEW FACULTY RESOURCES AND PROGRAMS

CETL GUIDEBLOG

Click the image below to access the guideblog!

CETL Faculty e-Handbook

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TIPS FOR THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS:

First Day Tips

Article: The First Day of Class

HIGH IMPACT PRACTICES:

According to AACU, "The following teaching and learning practices have been widely tested and have been shown to be beneficial for college students from many backgrounds. These practices take many different forms, depending on learner characteristics and on institutional priorities and contexts." The practices which include collaborative assignments and projects, service learning and community engagement, are known as High Impact Practices. For more information, please go to AACU's website.

SAMPLE COURSE EVALUATIONS:

Teacher Education

SAMPLE COURSE SYLLABI:

Cindy Gruwell Library 180 Intro to Academic Research

RESOURCES ON LEARNING STYLES:

Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence

Learning Styles, are they a myths or a reality: See Daniel Willingham's video summary

and article with Cedar Reiner in Change Magazine.

 

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