FCPE Workshops Registration, September - November 2016. Please register below for the workshop(s) you would like to attend. To make an appointment for individual support, call us at 516-877-4220 or email us at fcpe@adelphi.edu.
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Promoting Academic Integrity - Friday, September 16th, 10:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m., Facilitated by Associate Professor Brian Stockman and Fabian Burrell in Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Lunch will be provided.
Academic integrity is vital to student success. In this workshop, we will look at why students cheat and plagiarize, examine different kinds of dishonesty, and discuss successful strategies for promoting ethical behavior in any learning environment - whether it’s face-to-face, blended or online.
Increasing Student Engagement with VoiceThread - Friday, September 16th, 2:00–3:30 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Facilitated by Tom Jennings and Mitchell Kase.
In this workshop, we’ll discuss how you can use VoiceThread to facilitate engaging and reflective learning experiences. We’ll also share some best practices for designing discussion prompts, facilitating discussions and assessing student work. (Face-to-face, blended, or online instructors are all welcome to sign up)
Managing your Workload as a Blended or Online Instructor - Friday, September 23rd, 12:30–1:30 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Facilitated by Mitchell Kase.
Are you teaching in a blended or online modality for the first time? Or, have you already taught in either one of these modalities and feel like you’re plugged in 24/7? In this workshop, we’ll discuss ways in which you can strategically balance your time teaching blended or online courses. Faculty who are teaching in any modality (face-to-face, blended, online) are welcome to attend.
Faculty Profiles & Parfaits - Thursday, October 6th, 11:00am–12:30 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 130.
We cordially invite you to join us at the Faculty Center for Professional Excellence to work on adding content to your new faculty profiles and enjoy partaking in some delicious parfaits on Thursday, October 6th from 11-12:30 and on October 12th from 9-10:30 in Alumnae Hall Room 130. FCPE staff will be on hand to assist you with adding content, too. These two upcoming events are co-sponsored by the Senate Committee on Scholarship.
Designing Interactive Lectures for a Blended or Online Course (Part I) - Tuesday, October 11th, 1:00–2:30 p.m., via Google Hangouts. Facilitated by Mitchell Kase. Co-Sponsored by Beverly Araujo, School of Social Work.
In this fully online workshop via Google Hangouts, we’ll explore how you can effectively redesign your online lectures to include more opportunities for your students to interact with the material. We'll highlight ways in which you can build in mini assessments and discuss best strategies for recording online lectures. This is Part I of a two-part series. Faculty are encouraged to register for this workshop and Part II in November. Part II will be a follow-up for sharing and providing peer feedback.
Faculty Profiles & Parfaits - Wednesday, October 12th, 9:00am–10:30 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 130.
We cordially invite you to join us at the Faculty Center for Professional Excellence to work on adding content to your new faculty profiles and enjoy partaking in some delicious parfaits on Thursday, October 6th from 11-12:30 and on October 12th from 9-10:30 in Alumnae Hall Room 130. FCPE staff will be on hand to assist you with adding content, too. These two upcoming events are co-sponsored by the Senate Committee on Scholarship.
Blended Teaching with Video - Wednesday, October 12th, 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Facilitated by Tom Jennings.
This workshop is designed to go through some of the basics of incorporating video into your teaching. We’ll go over how you can record presentations, student work, and other learning materials. We’ll also discuss ideas for using video for student reflection and assessment.
Introduction to Moodle, VoiceThread and Panopto - Monday, October 17th, 1:00–2:00 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132.
This workshop provides an introduction to Moodle with a focus on newer features. Participants will learn how to customize course settings, add materials and activities, and structure their courses effectively. We will look at new additions such as responsive design, badges, and integration with other services (such as Panopto and Google Applications). We will also cover how you can incorporate VoiceThread activities. Best practices will be discussed on how to add and manage resources, assignments and discussions.
Tips & Feedback for Polishing your Adelphi Faculty Development Grant Proposal - Wednesday, October 19th, 12:30pm-1:45pm. Co-facilitated by Mary Cortina and Belle Gironda.
Join this 75 minute session where you can share part of your proposal-in progress, or your grant ideas, and get some feedback about how to shape the most effective proposal possible.
Creating Truly Collaborative Spaces for Teaching in Moodle - Tuesday, November 8th, 12:00–1:00 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Facilitated by Belle Gironda. Lunch will be served
Do you want to use Moodle as more than an information repository? In this workshop, we'll explore ways to transform your virtual teaching space into a truly collaborative environment. We'll also look at how to set up a Google Hangout for virtual office hours and see how to integrate other interactive educational technologies.
Cultivating Teacher, Social and Cognitive Presence in your Online Course - Friday, November 11th, 11:00am–12:00 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Facilitated by Belle Gironda. Lunch will be served.
What happens to the energy that fueled your classroom when you take your course online? How will you connect with your students and how will they interact with each other and reap the benefits of the social aspects of learning and the cognitive aspects of shared knowledge making? Part one of this workshop series offers strategies for designing and facilitating your online course to maximize the effects of instructor presence, social presence & cognitive presence. This workshop is intended for anyone who is currently teaching an online course or planning to teach one in the future. In Part 2 we will reconvene, early in February to share your experiences with things you have tried, your tips, successes, challenges and questions.
Designing Interactive Lectures for a Blended or Online Course (Part II) - Wednesday, November 16th, 1:00–2:30 p.m., via Google Hangouts Facilitated by Mitchell Kase. Co-Sponsored by Beverly Araujo, School of Social Work.
In this fully online workshop via Google Hangouts, we’ll share the interactive lecture materials that you began working on in Part I of this two-part workshop series (see Part I on October 11th). This will be a follow-up for sharing and providing peer feedback. Please register for Part I on October 11th. All are welcome to attend.
Measuring Your Impact Using Citation Analysis - Friday, November 18th, 2:00pm-4:00pm, Alumnae Hall, Room 132. Facilitated by Dr. Aditi Bandyopadhyay, Associate Professor/ Science Librarian.
If you are interested in developing a better understanding of citation analysis methods and tools to conduct citation analysis of your publications in a meaningful way, we would like to invite you to a lively discussion on citation analysis and its current trends.
Improving Student Accessibility to Course Materials - Friday, November 18th, 12:00–1:00 p.m., Alumnae Hall, Room 132.
Designing courses with accessibility in mind is essential to ensure an equitable learning environment for all students. By incorporating principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and other best practices, you can easily make your course materials more accessible. This workshop is for Adelphi University faculty, held in collaboration with the Student Access Office.
The Weekly Grind: Drop-In To Talk About Teaching and Enjoy Coffee and Light Snacks, All Sessions In Alumnae Hall, Room 130 - Suggested Topics for September and October
"The Weekly Grind: Drop-In To Talk About Teaching and Enjoy Coffee and Snacks". Need a place to talk about what happens in your class? Drop-in to Alumnae Hall, Room 130 and bring a colleague! We invite faculty to join weekly informal sessions at the FCPE to discuss teaching and learning experiences, challenges, and successes. Come by with a story, talk with colleagues, problem-solve, and build a community of reflective teaching practitioners on campus. Suggested topics are given for each session and the FCPE staff will have a reading selected and available for you ahead of time, but discussions are run/led by participants - those who attend should feel free to discuss whatever they would like with colleagues. Suggested topics are just that - suggested! On Tuesdays from 9:00am-10:30 am and on Wednesdays from 12:30 pm-2:00 pm. Note that the Sept - Oct schedule begins on Tuesday, Sept 13th and ends on Wed. Oct. 19th. Weekly Grind dates following this will be announced on the FCPE website and in FCPE announcements to campus soon.
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