Welcome back the Faculty!
We are using the Padlet below to post info during the Hybrid Classroom demonstration:
New Faculty/Adjunct Orientation
January 8-9, 2020
About Marymount: (From the MU Website: https://www.marymount.edu/About-Mu/Welcome)
Portal Page for Academic Affairs: https://my.marymount.edu/Offices-Resources/Academic-Affairs
Part-time faculty Handbook: https://my.marymount.edu/my.marymount.edu/media/Academic-Affairs-and-Enrollment-Management/3-PT-FAC-Handbook-18-19.pdf
Syllabus Template 2018-2019 – Click Here: syllabus 2018-19-1
Ideas for the First Class Session:
A nice page from Vanderbilt U, Center for Teaching: https://wp0.vanderbilt.edu/cft/guides-sub-pages/first-day-of-class/
An interesting interactive article from the Chronicle of Higher Ed on “How to Teach a Good First Day: Click here.
Services for faculty from the Center for Teaching and Learning:
How to get help from IT: Start at this page: https://my.marymount.edu/Offices-Resources/Technology
Link to where the go for connecting to the MU Network. Here is the IT Page: https://my.marymount.edu/Offices-Resources/Technology
Here is the page on My Network Devices: https://my.marymount.edu/Offices-Resources/Information-Technology-Services/My-Network-Devices
For training or assistance with integrating technology into your teaching, please submit a consultation request here: https://goo.gl/forms/ZO5rkNG8SO3OA8k92
Don’t forget–You can always send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Agenda for Teaching Toolbox – January 8, 2020.
8:30-9:00: Coffee and refreshments (2nd Floor Conference)
9:00-9:15: Provost’s Welcome. Dr. Susanne Ninassi (2nd Floor Conference)
Session 1. 9:30-10:00
Dr. Kate Koppy (Literature and Languages): Teaching Editing in the Writing Intensive Classroom. Room 3010
Joe Provenzano (Academic Affairs): Teaching for Retention with 10 Questions of “When.” Room 3018
Dr. Eric Bubar (Biology and Physical Sciences): Virtual Reality (VR) in your Classroom? Room 3026
Session 2. 10:05-10:35
Dr. Ana Lado (Education): Techniques for Successfully Guiding Student Writing: English Learners & Others. Room 3010
Dr. Brian Flanagan (Theology and Religious Studies): Introducing Contemplative Pedagogy in Your Classroom. Room 3018
Coach Beth Ann Wilson (Women’s Volleyball): Lessons from a Coach – How to create a team environment in the classroom to improve student motivation, participation and retention. Room 3026
Session 3. 10:45-11:15
Dr. Mattie Fitch (History & Politics): Strategies for Implementing “Learner-Centered Teaching.” Room 3010
Dr. Leigh Johnson (Literature and Languages): Teaching Gender in the 21st Century. Room 3018
Marcia Dursi and Mason Yang (Library and Learning Services): Implementation of the Framework for Information Literacy for the School of Business and Technology. Room 3026
Session 4. 11:20-12:00
Dr. Kathleen Garces-Foley (Theology and Religious Studies): Using Lockdown Browser (+ Respondus Monitor) for Exams. Room 3018
Clint Watnee (Instructional Media Specialist): Lecture Capture in Panopto. Lab 4010
Joe Provenzano (Dir. Teaching and Academic Development): An overview of frameworks for designing or updating your courses. Room 3026
Yong Shin (Senior Web Applications Administrator): An Overview of the New Canvas Gradebook. Lab 4022
The 2019 Fall Innovations Showcase is on Wednesday December 4, 2019 from 3:00-5:00pm in the Reinsch Auditorium.
This showcase features short format, auditorium-style presentations. Please stop by the Reinsch auditorium and hear some of your faculty colleagues discuss their ongoing scholarly work.
List of Presenters:
Dr. Monica P. Band, Counseling: Exploring the Pedagogical Practices of Biracial Counselor Educator Faculty Through Critical Race Theory
Dr. Carl Sachs, Philosophy: Mind and Meaning at the Dawn of the Information Age
Dr. Mattie Fitch, History and Politics: Socialists between the Republic and the Proletariat in the French Popular Front
Dr. Marguerite Rippy, Literature & Languages: An Integrated “Macbeth” at the 1936 Texas Centennial: Findings in the New York Public Library
Meghan Burke, Hall Baldwin, Mason Yang, Library and Learning Services: Open Source Ticketing System
Dr. Soumya Sivakumar, Marketing and Management: Organizational Frugal Innovation Capability: Findings from the Medical Devices/Accessories Industry in India.
Dr. Jennifer Yang, Fashion Design and Marketing and Dr. Nathan Green, IT, Data Science and Cybersecurity: Teaching Artificial Intelligence in a Fashion Merchandising Course
Dr. Kelly Negley and Dr. Megan Moran, Physical Therapy: Live Lecture Recording: Aide or Crutch?
Join us for cookies and hot chocolate in the Main House immediately following the final presentation.
Dr. Wehlburg delivered an engaging presentation on the scholarship of teaching and learning this afternoon in the Reinsch Library.
You can find a page of resources including the presentation slides and notes from the presentation at this link: teaching.marymount.edu/sotl
THANK YOU CATHERINE and THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FACULTY ATTENDEES!
This is a page of notes from our new full-time faculty orientation.
This will open a Google doc.
Link to the Notes Page for this Session. Anyone with the link can open and edit this document. Feel free to add anything. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hE9DgF22vsyXg1eUuTRai96cRYdk2SxKHyd6wbeY3SI/edit?usp=sharing
Here the link to the notes page:
Marymount faculty can open and edit this page
Links discussed during the presentation:
2. Links from Dr. John Gilbert’s Presentation on Transitioning Between Writing Cultures.
Resources on Inclusion:
Page from the University of Michigan on Creating Inclusive College Classrooms. (Note the discussion of Problematic Assumptions.)