Feb 21, 2013 (Student Success Day)


Thursday, February 21st is a professional development day. It is also Student Success Day (SSD). In addition to encouraging your students to attend SSD, many faculty (and staff) also participate in the day by offering a Student Success Workshop (please see email from Laura Fedock sent on Monday, January 28th for more details on how to be involved in presenting workshops)
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In order to  to accommodate faculty wishing to be involved in workshops, PDD meetings, as well as the new CTE Explore event, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has created a schedule for the day that parallels the schedule for Student Success day programming,

Faculty Development Schedule 
(Time slots parallel Student Success Workshops)

9-10:15 am: Cheryl Neudauer – Talk about Teaching (in CTL, T2000) 

Cheryl, CTL co-leader, will hold special office hours in the CTL office. Stop by to chat about whatever is on your mind related to teaching, or to find out more about how the CTL can be a resource or support for you in your professional development.

10:30-11:45 am: Jennifer Malarski – Talk about Teaching w/ Technology (in DRL, T3800) 

Jennifer, eLearning Specialist, will hold special office hours in the Digital Resource Lab. Stop by to chat about whatever is on your mind related to teaching and technology, or to find out more about how the CTL can be a resource or support for you in your professional development.

12-1:15 pm: Student Presentations in T Building Cafeteria

If you don’t have other lunch plans, you might consider attending these special student presentations.

1:30-2:45: PDD Meetings

This is the official time for PDD meetings. 

3-4:15: jenny sippel – Talk about Teaching (in CTL, T2000)

jenny, CTL co-leader, will hold special office hours in the CTL office. Stop by to chat about whatever is on your mind related to teaching, or to find out more about how the CTL can be a resource or support for you in your professional development.

4:30-5:45: Miki Huntington – New Faculty Information (in CTL, T2000) 

Miki, Political Science faculty and New Faculty Teaching Circle facilitator, will be available to chat to newer faculty about whatever is on your mind related to teaching, or to find out more about how the CTL can be a resource or support for you in your professional development.

5-7: CTE “Explore” Event

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