Good teaching involves planning, lots of it and at every level. This online, self-directed workshop, open to all new instructors at Penn State, is offered at the start of each semester through Canvas, Penn State’s course management system.
Moderated by Cindy Decker Raynak, Senior Instructional Designer, this self directed workshop will provide you with a brief introduction to the resources and strategies that are crucial to good teaching and planning.
Participants will receive an email with Canvas access information prior to the beginning of the course.
Registration closes at noon Wednesday, February 22, 2017.
The last day to register is noon, Wednesday, February 22, 2016. All assignments must be uploaded by 11:59 p.m. Friday, February 24, 2017.
This interactive workshop, facilitated by Research Associate Chas Brua, and our Graduate Consultants David Favre, and Moji Shahvali, will focus on identifying learning objectives for a single class session and the importance of aligning assessments and learning activities with those objectives.
This workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors.
This interactive workshop, facilitated by Research Associate Chas Brua, and our Graduate Consultants Moji Shahvali, and David Favre, will focus on identifying learning objectives for a single class session and the importance of aligning assessments and learning activities with those objectives.
If you do not have the software installed before trying to join or start a meeting on the Zoom website, the site will prompt you to download the software. You do not need an admin account to install this program on your computer.
It’s not a question of if but rather of when—challenging situations happen to all teachers, whether that means chronically late students, distracting use of mobile devices, hostile students, or some other behavior.
In this workshop, facilitated by our Graduate Consultants David Favre, and Moji Shahvali, we’ll discuss ways to deal with such situations without becoming part of the disruption.
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