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Schedule of upcoming faculty development opportunities

 

Opportunity Additional Information
New faculty luncheon                                           

Monday, August 18, 2014
12:00-12:30
Perry Campus Center Board Room

  

 

After a morning of becoming oriented, sit back, relax, enjoy some food, and learn a little about faculty development at Doane.

Faculty Week Development Workshop           

Tuesday, August 19, 20149:00-11:30 am, 12:30-3:00 pm
ED/ART 236-240

Cooperative Learning FROM DESIGN TO IMPLEMENTATION          

Dr. Karl A. Smith

Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor
Professor of Civil Engineering, Emeritus
Co-Executive Director STEM Education Center 
University of Minnesota (Part Time)

Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education
School of Engineering Education
Purdue University (Part Time)

 
 
 

 

 

 

Tentative schedule and topics
9:00 - 11:30
  • Key features of Cooperative Learning
  • Rationale for Pedagogies of Engagement, especially Cooperative Learning & Challenge Based Learning
  • Key features of the Understanding by Design and How People Learn
  • Design and facilitation decisions and options associated with implementing active and cooperative learning               
12:30 - 3:00 (faculty will workshop these outcomes by focusing on a particular course of their own.)
  • Apply cooperative learning to classroom practice
  • Apply measures of individual learning in cooperative learning
    (assurance of learning that demonstrates both individual and
    group accountability for the task output
  • Develop an application of active and cooperative learning to a deep learning task in course
  • Identify additional active and cooperative learning techniques and associated applications in course
Faculty Week Development Mini-Sessions         

Dr. Tom King
Thursday,August 21, 2014
CM20

 

Flipping your course with Blackboard 
10:00-10:45

 

Google Sites FOR Wiki's and Websites
11:00-11:45

 
 
               

 

 
 
 
 
 
If you have heard of "Flipping Instruction" how about learning
how to 
use your Blackboard course site to flip elements of
your
course this fall? Join us!
 
 
Instead of your students presenting with Powerpoint or Prezi
try assigning 
them to create and then present a wiki or a
website 
using "Google Sites".  Students can create a site as
an individual or 
collaboratively with others. Join us!

 

 
CETL's mission is to serve as a catalyst for individual and institutional growth and development in pursuit of transformative learning.

Doane College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
cetl@doane.edu