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… Read More
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!
CLICK for Fall Teaching Conference SESSIONS DOWNLOAD PDF HERE: Fall Teaching Conference Sessions 2019
Here is a link to the page of resources: Orientation January 2019
This article by Dr. Eman Elturki presents “six ways to smooth the transitions” for international students. This is a short and very useful read! Food for thought while you are planning your courses for fall!
Dr. Maryellen Weimer, author of the Teaching Professor Newsletter, posted the following article on Priceless Gift Exchanges Between Faculty and Students. In this article, she discusses the nature of the teacher-student relationship, particularly on how transformative some of these relationships can be. This is a nice time of year to think about what we potentially mean to our students and what they mean to us. She links another article, reprinted… Read More
The article linked below is from the Harvard Gazette and examines six different faculty members’ views on the importance of office hours. This article will take you about five minutes to read and will provide some thought-provoking ideas about office hours. Here is the link to the article: Professors examine the realities of office hours