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Past Workshop Resources
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- Walking Through Promotion & Tenure
- Troubleshooting Teams
- What is CAFE?
- Student Engagement at a Distance
- Faculty Response to Student Mental Health
- Conversations at Work
- Encouraging Student Entrepreneurship through KEEN
- Non-Tenure Track Faculty Affairs: CRRs
Walking Through Promotion & Tenure
List of Faculty Who Can Be Observed
What is CAFE?
Student Engagement at a Distance
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To tour a distance classroom, or to learn more about distance education, email email@example.com
Faculty Response to Student Mental Health
If you weren't able to attend this webinar and would like resources, please contact Abby Bigg at firstname.lastname@example.org or x7648
Conversations at Work
"Conversations at Work: Conference Connections part 2"
Wednesday, February 14 12 - 1PM
Havener - Carver Turner room
Learn from colleagues about the latest tools and technologies faculty are using in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning. This event parallels the workshelp held in the fall of 2017, which was such a hit that we brought it back covering new tools. Amy Skyles presented about Twine, a "create your own adventure" tool. Dr. Beth Cudney shared ScoopIt, a content curation site; and Dr. Dan Reardon presented on how to modify online quizzes to improve objective assessment. Slides from the presentations can be found below.
Encouraging Student Entrepreneurship through KEEN
"Encouraging Student Entrepreneurship: A KEEN Sharing Event"
February 28, 3PM-4PM in Havener St. Pat's Ballroom A
This CERTI sponsored event is focused on KEEN, a network of faculty that promotes entrepreneurial-minded learning. Missouri S&T faculty from both colleges will share hands-on activites and resources from this valuable network for interdisciplinary collaboration. Learn how involvement with KEEN has impacted classroom atmosphere and student engagement. All faculty and staff instructors are invited.
For more information about KEEN and to register for free, visit https://engineeringunleashed.com/
KEEN'zine online magazine: Instilling an entreprenuerial mindset in engineering students
Non-Tenure Track Faculty Affairs: CRRs
"Non-tenure Track Faculty Affairs: Discussion on CRRs"
March 9, noon-1:30PM in Havener Meramec Gasconade
Teaching Professor Steph Fitch led discussion about the collected rules and regulations for non-tenure track faculty. There is an IFC committee examining the CRRs for NTT faculty; Jossalyn Larson and Joan Schuman from that committee shared an update and what areas are being addressed.
If you would like the slides from the PowerPoint presentation, please email Abby Bigg, CERTI Coordinator, at email@example.com. Information about non-tenure track faculty affairs can be found on the Office of the Provost website.
Faculty Professional Development
Professional development events and workshops are available year round. Click the Professional Development tab at the top of this page to search the entire calendar of events, or download a PDF of the Spring 2018 calendar
Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE)
The new Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE) is a resource for all S&T faculty to provide professional development from "hire to retire" in the areas of teaching, pedagogy, research, scholarship, service and leadership.
Teaching Partners Program
Through collegial partnership between you and a faculty mentor, participate in confidential classroom observation focusing on areas where you want to see improvement. Not ready to participate in the Teaching Partners Program? Sit in on the class of a Faculty Who Can Be Observed
Receive student feedback and learn how the semester is really going, instead of waiting until the end of the course. Mid-semester feedback sessions are voluntary and administered through Educational Technology. Follow this link to learn more
Research Proposal Mentoring
Individual research proposal mentoring for faculty is available every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon by appointment. Bring a proposal idea and one page statement of work to share with faculty mentors. Sign up in advance at the link below.