August

New Instructor Orientation Fall 2018
Moderated by Cindy Decker Raynak
Monday, 8/13/2018 to Friday, 9/28/2018
Online course
cindy raynak photoGood 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.

Registered participants will receive a registration confirmation immediately,  followed by an email within two business days with Canvas access instructions.

The last day to register is noon, Wednesday, September 26, 2018. All assignments must be uploaded by 11:59 p.m. Friday, September 28, 2018.

TA 101
Monday, 8/27/2018

This is a closed presentation customized for the requesting department.

If you are interested in a similar Custom Workshop for your area, contact us at site@psu.edu.

TA 101
Tuesday, 8/28/2018

This is a closed presentation customized for the requesting department.

If you are interested in a similar Custom Workshop for your area, contact us at site@psu.edu.

How to plan a class session
Facilitated by Chas Brua, Wideline Seraphin and Sara Cavallo
Tuesday, 8/28/2018, Noon - 1:15 p.m.
315 Rider Building, University Park
Wideline Seraphin (portrait)

Sara Cavallo (Portrait)

When planning to lead a class session, it's important to make sure we've clearly identified what our students should learn. In this workshop, facilitated by Wideline Seraphin, Sara Cavallo and Chas Brua, we'll explore how to create good learning objectives and how to make sure our teaching and assessment strategies line up with those objectives.

The workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors.

How to plan a class session
Facilitated by Chas Brua, Sara Cavallo and Wideline Seraphin
Wednesday, 8/29/2018, 10:00 - 11:15 a.m.
315 Rider Building, University Park
Sara Cavallo (Portrait)Wideline Seraphin (portrait)

When planning to lead a class session, it's important to make sure we've clearly identified what our students should learn. In this workshop, facilitated by Sara Cavallo, Wideline Seraphin, and Chas Brua, we'll explore how to create good learning objectives and how to make sure our teaching and assessment strategies line up with those objectives.

The workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors.

TA 101
Thursday, 8/30/2018

This is a closed presentation customized for the requesting department.

If you are interested in a similar Custom Workshop for your area, contact us at site@psu.edu.