The Faculty Center is committed to:
- Offering workshops that promote active teaching and learning
- Support of online/blended teaching and learning, including the implementation of high quality online instructional design resources.
- Enabling peer faculty consultations.
- Creating a Syllabus and Rubrics
- Student Behavioral Issues: What to do and Who to Contact (PDF)
- Student Contact Information Form (DOCX)
- Netiquette blurb sample (DOCX)
- Rubrics Samples
- Faculty Quick Tips
Teaching Technique Workshop
The Faculty Center, in collaboration with School of Education Faculty, offers a 5-day synchronous workshop that is intended to help faculty prepare materials and learning strategies for the upcoming semester. It focuses on blended learning and teaching, as well as synchronous and asynchronous online delivery of instruction and tools. Each participant will work on a particular course they plan on teaching in the upcoming semester and will produce a workable syllabus, measurable learning objectives, rubric, and learning assessment/activity. On the last day of the workshop, participants are required to prepare a 5 minute micro-teach demo. At the end of the workshop, each participant will be matched with a faculty mentor for follow-up throughout the upcoming semester.
The next workshop will take place August 17 - 21, 2020 through Blackboard and Zoom. Registration link will be available soon.
Facilitators: Jennifer Pankowski, Betsy Smith, Joan Walker, and Ally Kimmel
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Phone: Ally Kimmel: 212-346-1471
Learning Objectives: Learning objectives identify what students/participants must do to demonstrate that they have successfully learned course content. Objectives are to be measurable, direct, and use actionable verbs. The learning objectives for this workshop are to:
- Identify faculty responsibilities throughout their years at Pace
- Explain how to create a classroom culture and community
- Identify aspects and important information in a syllabus
- Comment on the main reasons rubrics are used
- Explain active learning
- Create a dynamic syllabus for your upcoming course
- Develop a rubric for your course or for one of your assignments
- Prepare an engaging learning assessment/assignment
- Identify learning modalities and their various methodologies for teaching
- Recognize and choose effective teaching strategies for differentiating instruction
- Demonstrate an effective first-day discussion/lecture