Title: Flipped, Blended and Online Teaching
Date: Friday, October 31
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Location: Maple/Dogwood Room, MUC
Faith Liebl (Biology), Katie Poole-Jones (Art History), and
Sarah VanSlette (Applied Communication Studies)
Have you thought about teaching online but aren’t sure how to design an online or partly online class? These three presenters have experience with online instruction in various formats. During the presentation, they will describe their flipped, blended and online courses including how the course was designed and the technology tools they use. They will also discuss the benefits and challenges of teaching online in these formats.
Title: How Does the New Social Media Policy Affect Faculty?
Date: Thursday, November 6
Time: 9:30 am - 10:45 am
Location: Mississippi/Illinois Room, MUC
Tom Foster (President of Faculty Senate)
Susan Yager (Former President of Faculty Senate)
Tom Jordan (Director of Policy, Communication and Issues of Concern)
Title: Removing Barriers to Academic Rigor: Providing Academic Supports to Ensure College Success
Date: Monday, February 9
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Hickory/Hackberry MUC
Susanne James (Special Education and Communication Disorders)
College faculty are challenged with setting high expectations for all students and increasing academic rigor to meet higher standards set by our various disciplines. Providing academic support with intentional strategies that enable students to benefit from this academically rigorous curriculum is integral. This workshop will assist college faculty in integrating academic strategies focused on enabling students to meet these standards.