Mr. F. Scott Lewis talks to faculty about Preventing and Responding to Disruptive Behaviors in the Classroom
On Friday, March 30th, Mr. Scott Lewis began the CETL New Faculty Orientation with an interactive workshop that gave participants skills to prevent disruptive classroom behaviors, to react to them and to enhance their own campus procedures to address them. This session was sponsored by CETL and the Office of Student Mental Health.
Copies of the presentation materials provided by Mr. Lewis are found below. Be sure to check out the Class engagement Rubric.
Please find materials from Dr. Robert’s presentation about student learning outcomes by clicking here. 2012 Roberts Presentation_ SLOs Be sure to take a look at it because it contains a lot of information that was not included in the presentation.
Dr. Roberts also wants you to know that each division has an SLO Liaison. The SLO Liaisons are supposed to be the in-house expert on SLOs for faculty in their division and a resource for faculty in their respective division who have questions about or want to learn more about SLOs. Click here for a list of the SLO Liaisons by campus and division. 2012 Roberts Presentation _ SLO Campus Provosts and Deans and liaisons
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The 2011-2012 NOVA new faculty class had a unique opportunity on Friday,March 30th to look at different ways to interact with students: Classroom management, the CARE team, student engagement and student learning outcomes were all examined in the context of meeting and merging with experienced faculty and students.
Links to resentation materials will be added below as they are received from the presenters — so do keep checking back. You will also be able to access them by clicking on New Faculty on the left side bar. You’ll find the materials listed by topic there.
Meanwhile, please please add your comments to this blog… here’s some questions that may get you started, but remember all constructive comments are very welcome here.
1. Discuss how this presentation added to you repertoire of ways to interact with students. Was there specific new information that you learned and would like to discuss with others via this blog?
2. How would you compare this experience with an orientation in which you would be an audience to several specific presentations, such as you did in August.
3. Do you think you may have missed information that you needed and if so what it might have been. We can use this for planning purposes for your third and last orientation session in August.
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March 26 from 2:30 until the movie ends CETL Center, CG 218, AN Campus
CETL presents ‘The Boys of Baraka’, the second in an ongoing series of movies that showcase teaching shown on the last Monday of each month. This movie is an award-winning PBS documentary that will allow a discussion about how environment affects teaching and learning. It is the winner of awards at the Newport, Chicago, Woodstock and SILVERDOCS Film Festivals. A discussion about the movie will be held at 2:30 p.m. with a full screening of the movie to follow.
The website TED, known for its educational videos delivered by the best and the brightest has opened a You Tube channel for educational videos, called TED-Ed. Use this link to find out about it: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDEducation. The introductory video asks that we nominate the best and the brightest teachers to post to TED-Ed. Let’s do that!
These winners were nominated by their peers for excellence in teaching and learning:
Nancy Chamberlain (AN), Recreation and Parks; Stacy Rice (LO), English; Mary Boyle (MEC), Dental Hygiene; Betsy Disilvio (MEC), Dental Hygiene; Kathy Briggs (LO), English; Marty Bredeck (AN), Mathematics; Edwin Miller (AN), Accounting; Karen Walters (AN), Mathematics; Don Goral (AN), Mathematics; Cindy Miller (AN), Biology; Steve Clarke, English; Izanne Zorin (AL), Chemistry; Deborah Shaffer (AN), Biology and Natural Science; John Cova (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Paul Fitzgerald (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Michael Peglar (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Huey Jane Liao (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Lisa Williams (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Ilya Temkin (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Peter Jo (AN), Biology and Natural Science; Sue Staudt (WO) Biology and Natural Science, Math; Anne Anderson (AL) Library; Stephen Clarke (LO) English; Theana Kastens (WO) English.
Do you know a colleague who is a super professor? If so, please nominate that faculty member for the CETL Super Professor Award by sending an e-mail to CETL@nvcc.edu. No self-nominations, please.
Make sure to include information about your colleague and reasons why they deserve this.
This workshop was attended by 16 folks and it was a lively exchange of information. Presentation handouts can be found here: Presentation Handouts
CETL Interim Coordinator Cindy Miller led a two-hour Faculty Focus Workshop that examines case-study use as a teaching format. Entitled , the workshop will present practical tips on case study teaching in the context of research from King and Kirchener’s models of reflective judgement to Chickering and Gamson seven best practices of undergraduate education, and more. It will include practical ways to implement case-studies in your classroom and examples of student work.