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Mon, May 22, 2017, 8:30 AM – Fri, May 26, 2017, 1:30 AM MDT
The Face-to-Face Certification offers an opportunity for a paid week-long training dedicated to reflecting on your own teaching practices to make informed decisions about course and class design and structure in order to create better learning outcomes for their students. We also manage to have a bit of fun participating in different learning activities and getting to know members of our academic community throughout the college. :)
The course schedule is Monday- Thursday, May 22nd- May 25th, 8:30-4:00 and Friday, May 26th from 8:30-11:30 at NCAB 309.
- Faculty will understand the differences and uses of pedagogical and andragogical theories within higher education.
- Faculty will understand the science behind the use of active learning environments.
- Faculty will be able to describe how the curriculum guide and OA’s map to a GEM or programmatic course.
- Faculty will be able to describe the process for curriculum development.
- Faculty will be able to apply techniques to make their syllabus more effective.
- Faculty will be able to distinguish between formative and summative assessment.
- Faculty will be able to describe five CAT techniques that would work in their courses.
- Faculty will be able to design a lesson that considers multiple factors and includes a CAT.
- Faculty will be able to design a unit of lessons that includes a variety of teaching methods.
- Faculty will identify different technologies (apps, in-class, etc.) that they can use in their classes.
- Faculty will be able to identify student support groups within campus that can assist them in student retention.
- Faculty will be able to identify strategies to support student retention efforts for CWI student population