Lamson Rm. 113
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Christin Chenard ~ OER Resource Roundup
Michael Davidson ~ Advanced look at the next library website
Annie Hagar ~ Problem Solving: an everyday, life-long skill
Sandra McBournie ~ Contemplative Mind: Practice for Student, Teacher, and Self
Please join the campus community in summer reading and conversation:
Discussion with the author
Wednesday, July 22nd from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Copies of the book are available online and at the on-campus bookstore.
A few copies will be available on reserve in Lamson Learning Commons.
Campus bookstore will have them for sale at the July 22 event.
This event is a collaboration among Healthy PSU, College of Business Administration, Contemplative Pedagogy Group, & CETL
Reporting Back: Your Faculty Day Participation in Action
High-impact educational practices at PSU was the focus of Faculty Day in August 2014.
During presentations, panel discussions, real-time survey, and a “film story board” activity, we defined the concepts of “engaged learning” and “high-impact educational practices,” provided examples of faculty members who do this kind of work with their students, developed a sense of the amount of time and effort devoted to engaged learning, and discussed how we as an engaged learning community want to communicate about what makes PSU special. In the course of that discussion, we outlined a number of suggestions and proposals for advancing our goals. The purpose of this pot luck lunch and discussion is to revisit those questions, provide an update on what we have accomplished over the course of this academic year, discuss major initiatives associated with high-impact educational practices, view the videos that we created in the spirit of the faculty week discussion, and share ideas about pedagogy and programs.
1) Provide an update on accomplishments since faculty week
2) View the videos that have been created in the spirit of faculty
3) Discuss major initiatives related to high-impact educational practices
4) Share ideas about high impact educational practices
Bring your own brown-bag lunch or a dish to share.
We’ll provide light snacks and beverages.
Tuesday, May 12th 1:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
This workshop will include a presentation by Anne Jung, our Librarian, on what we teach and how we teach the library unit in FYS. There will be time for questions and discussion about the course in general. The time to plan for next year is definitely here! We look forward to you joining us.
Tuesday April 21st 2:30 OR
Wednesday April 22nd 12:30
Frost Conference Room
Meet other people going up for promotion and tenure, get acquainted with ePortfolio, and bring questions we can share (anonymously) with Deans and the Provost on your behalf.
Thursday April 2nd, 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Lamson 113 (Faculty Lounge)
If interested in this event, send an email to: PSU-CETL@plymouth.edu
From “Group Work: What Do Students Want from Their Teammates?” to “Strategies to Help Transform Your Online Courses,” the brief yet robust articles at the Faculty Focus archives are certain to offer you food for thought as you strive to improve your teaching and students’ learning. Full text access here: http://www.facultyfocus.com/topic/articles/
Lamson 113 is a comfortable, light-filled, AV equipped room where you can drop in any time between 9-4 to read, relax, and decompress. Make a cup of coffee, drop by any of our nearby offices to chat about your teaching needs, or simply enjoy the time and space to unwind and reflect with others or solo. It is also reservable! Need a beautiful space for eight or fewer people to gather? Contact us! PSU-CETL@plymouth.edu
This First Year Seminar instructor workshop will focus on several pedagogical techniques that many who teach the First Year Seminar course have found successful. We will share handouts and talk about what seems to fit well with various topics in the course. This workshop will be helpful for those who will be teaching the course for the first time, for those who are thinking about teaching the course, and even for those who have taught the course before and would like to share techniques.
If you are interested in this event, send an email to: PSU-CETL@plymouth.edu
Tuesday, April 21th, 2:30p.m. OR
Wednesday, April 22th, 12:30p.m.
Frost Conference Room