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    Strategies for Effective Online Teaching

    Wednesday, February 17, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Facilitator: Katie Omenitsch, Assistant Director of Continuing Education

    This training is designed to help participants conceptualize an online course. Participants will discuss the differences and similarities of teaching in person and teaching online. Adapting in person course content to the online format will be explored.

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    Creating Strong Academic Citizens: Strategies for Classroom Management and Engaged Learning

    Monday, February 22, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Facilitators: Dr. Meghan Cosier, Assistant Professor of Education; Dr. Douglas Harrison, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs

    Classroom management and student conduct play a significant role in the quality of learning among at-risk and underserved populations, as both the findings of evidence-based research and our own experience as faculty consistently indicate. In contrast to approaches that focus on reactive and punitive responses to counterproductive student conduct, this workshop draws on emerging research and practice that explores how the management of classroom learning environments can contribute to the academic citizenship formation of our students. Participants will learn key concepts for creating responsive classroom environments that involve students in the establishment and maintenance of conduct standards for significant learning to occur. Faculty will have the opportunity to work collaboratively to apply key strategies for classroom management and engaged learning in current and future courses.

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    Faculty Roundtable on Undergraduate Research

    Tuesday, February 23, 4:30 pm - Rose Parlor

    At the university wide faculty roundtable, participants will discuss ongoing work in this area at Trinity and focus specifically on how to take concrete next steps to advance the development of UGR in the curriculum and the life of the institution.

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    Writing Learning Outcomes Statements

    Thursday, March 10, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Facilitator: Dr. Juanita Cole, Associate Provost of Academic Affairs and Assessment

    A global sampling of student learning outcomes statements reveals a dismal grasp of language and operationalization of such statements. This workshop will demonstrate the dark side of well-intentioned efforts, and then offer both syntactic rules and an operational verb book as guidance for construction. Perspectives will be provided from disciplines across the humanities and sciences.

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    Rip, Remix, and Reuse Open Textbooks

    Monday, March 14, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Facilitator: Trisha Smith, University Librarian

    This workshop will provide tools on how to find, adapt, and reuse Open Textbooks.

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    Providing Access to Students with Disabilities

    Tuesday, March 22, 5:00 pm - TBD

    Facilitator: Dr. Kimberly McManus, Director of Disability Support Services

    This workshop will review ways of making a class more accessible for students with different learning styles.

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    Strategies for Effective Online Teaching

    Tuesday, March 29, 5:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Facilitator: Katie Omenitsch, Assistant Director of Continuing Education

    This training is designed to help participants conceptualize an online course. Participants will discuss the differences and similarities of teaching in person and teaching online. Adapting in person course content to the online format will be explored.

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    Complementing the Classroom: Developing and Assessing Co-Curricular Learning Outcomes

    Wednesday, April 13, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Facilitator: Dr. Juanita Cole, Associate Provost of Academic Affairs and Assessment

    This workshop outlines the best practices used to develop and assess co-curricular learning outcomes. The challenges of integrating the academic experiences with those rooted in personal, social, and extra-curricular lives of students will be discussed; along with using assessment results for program improvement.

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    Spheres of Intervention: US Foreign Policy and the Collapse of Lebanon, 1967–1976

    Wednesday, April 20, 3:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    Faculty are encouraged to attend this faculty salon where Assistant Professor James Stocker will share his work titled, “Spheres of Intervention: US Foreign Policy and the Collapse of Lebanon, 1967–1976”.

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