Teaching Techniques Workshop
The Fall 2020 semester will be unlike any other. The Teaching Techniques workshop is a place where faculty can gather to prepare high-quality, accessible learning experiences for all students.
The Workshop addresses the following topics:
- Setting Expectations and Creating a Course Culture from Day One
- Course Design Elements: Syllabi, Welcome Letter, Rubrics, Goals vs. Objectives, and Engaging Assessment
- Instructional Design: Beginning at the End with Backward Design
- Differentiating Instruction: Reaching the Diverse Students in Our Classrooms
- How Do We Know Effective Teaching When We See It? Peer Observations of Teaching
In addition, the Workshop will model the use of various instructional technologies. Participants will have the opportunity to conduct a brief teaching demonstration for feedback.
Keys to Success in the Workshop:
- Attendance at daily synchronous Zoom sessions is preferred; however, if you aren’t able to attend a session each Zoom session will be recorded. All materials are available to all participants before, during and after the Workshop.
- Daily activities in Blackboard are due by the end of the workshop week.
- Contact a facilitator with any questions or concerns.
Date: Monday through Friday, August 17th – 21st
Schedule: The workshop will have daily synchronous Zoom sessions and also asynchronous interaction via Blackboard.
Facilitators: Jennifer Pankowski, Betsy Smith, and Joan Walker from the School of Education; and Ally Kimmel from The Faculty Center
Webinar: This session will be facilitated online via Zoom Meeting (Registration Required)
To register for this workshop, please email Ally Kimmel: firstname.lastname@example.org.