• Teaching & Technology Series

Using Excel to Teach Basic Statistics

Wednesday, September 16th, 1:00-2:30pm

Excel is a powerful data analysis tool, but requires a significant time inestment to learn the "mechanics." Learn how EZAnalyze, a free "add in" developed by the presenter, can faciliate your data analyses.

Tim Poynton, Assistant Professor and Director, School Counseling Program, Education and Human Services

 

Top Your Students' Playlists: Using Voice Comments to Provide Feedback on Students' Memoranda

Wednesday, October 14th, 1:00-2:30pm

If we expect our students to improve their work, we must clearly communicate our expectations. This workshop will address the advantages, and possibly some disadvantages, of using voice comments instead of tradtional  written feedback.

Sabrina DeFabritiis, Assistant Professor, Legal Writing

 

Ice-Breakers as a Pathway to Building a Learning Community

Monday, November 2nd, 1:00-2:30pm

Actively participate in ice-breakers with your fellow faculty and learn how to use these activities to introduce students to your course's format and content.

Elaine Garofoli, Instructional Technologist, SBS

 

Classroom Assessment Techniques: Understanding Classroom Dynamics

Tuesday, November 17th, 1-2:30pm

Whether you are teaching face-to-face, using a blended learning approach, or totally online, learn the methods to ascertain whether or not your students are learning what you are teaching. You will leave this session with at least one new technique you can implement in your course.

Elaine Garofoli, Instructional Technologist, SBS