Fall 2007 WORKSHOP CALENDAR

The Center for Faculty Excellence will offer the following workshops during Fall 2007. Workshops have been categorized by content. 

For more information, call the CFE office at 328-6470.

Download a printable PDF version of this workshop list.

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NOTE: [NOTE: The linked recordings below are in Windows Media format and require a Windows Media plug in for viewing. They will work in Internet Explorer; to use Firefox, you may need to download and install a Flip4Mac plug in]

Date

Workshop

Aug 13-17,
Mendenhall Student Center
PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
New Faculty Orientation 2007
Center for Faculty Excellence and Other Presenters
VIEW RECORDINGS
Sept 5, 12 noon-1 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Moodles: THE Course Management Hub
Todd Finley
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
Sept 7, 1-3 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

RESEARCH & STATISTICS
Survey Research: A Brief Review, Part 1
Dot Clayton, Cathy Maahs-Fladung & Joyce Newman
VIEW RECORDINGS
Sept 11, 2-5 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
Peer Classroom Observation Training 
(East Campus)
Dot Clayton
VIEW RECORDING
Sept 12, 2-5 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex
PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
Peer Classroom Observation Training 

(East Campus)
Dot Clayton
Sept 14, 1-3 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

RESEARCH & STATISTICS
Survey Research: A Brief Review, Part 2
Dot Clayton & Cathy Maahs-Fladung
VIEW RECORDINGS
Sept 18, 12 noon-1 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Language Diversity Issues in the Classroom
Debra O'Neal
Sept 21, 2 pm
2409 Joyner Library

COURSE & PROGRAM DESIGN & ASSESSMENT
Academic Program Development Roundtable
Panel Presentation
Sept 27, 12 noon-1 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Academic Integrity Process
Maggie Olszewska
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
VIEW RECORDING
Oct 3, 12 noon-1 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Language & Culture in the Classroom
[for international faculty]
Debra O'Neal
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
Oct 18, 1-3 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Giving Feedback to Students
Sharon Ballard, Colin Burns, Laura Prividera & Jami Leibowitz
VIEW RECORDING: Prividera
VIEW RECORDING: Burns
VIEW RECORDING: Leibowitz
VIEW RECORDING: Ballard
VIEW RECORDING: Discussion

Oct 19, 12 noon - 2 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
Peer Classroom Observation Training 
(East Campus)
Dorothy Muller & Joyce Newman
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
Oct 23, 12 noon-1 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex


WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Students in Crisis
Panel Presentation
Oct 25, 12 noon-2 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex


WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Classroom Disruption
Maggie Olszewska & Mike Brown
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
VIEW RECORDING
Nov 1, 1-3 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex


WINNING TEACHING STYLES & STRATEGIES
Using Student Portfolios for Learning
Joanne Dunn, Hanna Jubran, & Jane Manner
VIEW RECORDING
Nov 5, 11 am-12:30 pm
202 Speight

COURSE & PROGRAM DESIGN & ASSESSMENT
Constructing A Service Learning Syllabus: A Labor of Love
Sharon Ballard & Barry Elmore
Nov 6, 2-4 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex


PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
Developing A Teaching Portfolio
Joyce Newman
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
VIEW RECORDING
Nov 12, 12 noon-1 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

SCHOLARSHIP of TEACHING & LEARNING
Building Community in an Online Course
Linda Mayne
VIEW SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
VIEW RECORDING
Nov 16, 8:30 am- 3:15 pm
Mendenhall Great Rooms

SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING & LEARNING
UNC SYSTEM DRIVE-IN CONFERENCE
 
CREATIVE COURSE DESIGN FOR THE 21ST CENTURY 
VIEW RECORDINGS
Nov 19, 3:30-4:30 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex


PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
Community-Campus Collaborations:  Developing Interdisciplinary Service Learning Projects to Benefit the Region
Susan Meggs & Annette Greer
VIEW RECORDING
Dec 12, 4-6 pm
1632 Old Cafeteria Complex

PURSUING TENURE & PROMOTION
Peer Classroom Observation Training 
(SOAD)
Dr. Dorothy Muller & Joyce Newman, MFA