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PD Faculty Workshop Series
Elvira Johnsonon 28 May 2013
Transcript of PD Faculty Workshop Series
Faculty Workshop Series Central Piedmont Community College Faculty Workshop Series Part-Time Faculty Certification
First Year Faculty Development
Assessment As Learning
The Flipped Classroom
Faculty Course on Critical Thinking
Integrated Course Design Part-Time Faculty Certification Identify key principles of a learning centered college
Discuss conceptual frameworks for understanding student engagement
Practice and plan strategies to promote active learning
Identify and integrate core competencies in planned learning activities
Practice and participate in data-driven decision making
Participate in a 'culture of assessment' First Year
Faculty Development The Flipped Classroom Instructional Purposes and Components
Technology Strategies for the Flip
Show and Tell Faculty Course
on Critical Thinking What is critical thinking to you?
How do you do it?
How do you assess it?
Reflection Integrated Course Design Identify important situational factors
Identify important learning goals
Formulate appropriate feedback and assessment procedures
Select effective teaching/learning activities
Integrate the primary course design components Assessment As Learning Developing Meaningful Outcomes: Laying the Groundwork for Authentic Assessment
Course-based Evidence of Student Learning Outcomes
Utilizing Rubrics to Improve Student Learning
Creating an Effective Culture of Evidence Pat Hendrickson, Mary Margaret Kantor
Elizabeth Forgione-Barkas, Elvira Johnson