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Faculty Workshop Series
Designing Group Projects—ONLINE
Wednesday, April 9, 12:00–1:00 p.m. EDT
Wednesday, April 22, 7:00–8:00 p.m. EDT
Group projects and other forms of collaborative assignments provide meaningful learning experiences for students and instructors. Students working together on an assignment promotes active learning, which in turn develops essential skills such as critical thinking, communication, and decision making. For group projects to be successful, their design requires careful thought and planning.
In this workshop, we will share strategies that leverage the benefits of group assignments and minimize student and instructor frustration.
Using Technology to Facilitate Group Projects—ONLINE
Thursday, April 9, 12:00–1:00 p.m. EDT
Thursday, April 23, 7:00–8:00 p.m. EDT
nstructional technology can enhance the facilitation of group assignments. There are many tools that enable students to collaborate, communicate, share, evaluate, and produce the final group project deliverables. In addition, technology may also empower instructors to more efficiently and effectively monitor and provide feedback.
In this workshop, we will explore the available technology tools to facilitate group work and discuss how these tools can be used alone, or as a collection, to create a collaborative workspace for your students.
Giving Student Feedback: What works and how to do it—VIRTUAL LIVE (APL K-227/ZOOM)
Wednesday, April 15, 12:00–1:00 p.m. EDT
Constructive feedback is transformative for students in an online course. Instructor feedback not only supports student learning but also helps to decrease isolation in an online learning environment. In this workshop, you will learn about a framework for constructive feedback and strategies to immediately apply in your course. You will create feedback in the workshop based on the framework and walk away with a plan to incorporate constructive feedback in your own course.
Interested in pushing the boundaries in your teaching? Want to collaborate and network with other EP faculty? Then you might consider being a part of the Faculty Forward 2020 Cohort. Faculty Forward will occur online June 7–July 3 and onsite July 10–11, 2020. Visit the Faculty Forward website to explore details of the program including an overview of what will be covered in the program and logistics like travel, time expectations, and more.
Additional Development Opportunities
Blackboard and Zoom Training
Blackboard and Zoom training sessions are available upon request.
For assistance with Blackboard and Zoom, or to schedule a one-on-one training session, please contact Instructional Technology Support at email@example.com.