Upcoming Events

November

November 7, 3pm-4pm, BFAC 309

Node Chair Group Work, Gallery Walks, and Collaborative Presentation Building with Microsoft Sway – An Interactive Teaching Workshop

co-offered by: James Cypert

co-offered by: James Cypert

Director, Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center

Join us in exploring our new classroom spaces and a new active learning topic each month.

DYC Educators and Staff Only

November 13, BFAC 309, 1-3pm (lunch will be served for all sign ups)

Using a Research Skill Development (RSD) Framework to Improve Student Research Autonomy

offered by: David Stewart, PhD and Stacy Ruvio, PhD

offered by: David Stewart, PhD and Stacy Ruvio, PhD

Faculty Fellows of Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

This workshop is designed for faculty who wish to develop a pedagogic approach involving students as researchers.  We will focus on Willison & O’Regan’s Research Skill Development (RSD) Framework, a rubric for evaluating the extent of student autonomy in research.  The RSD includes six key steps in the research process: generating and framing questions, collecting information/data, evaluating information, organizing information, analyzing and synthesizing information, and communicating results.  Participants in this workshop will learn the benefits of RSD implementation, and will partake in a work session in which participants will adapt the RSD Framework to their own specific needs.  This workshop will facilitate the alignment of student work to the outcomes of the RSD Framework.  Our goal is to help faculty improve student research experiences.

DYC Educators and Staff Only

November 14, BFAC 202, 12-1pm

Dossier Development, Tenure, and Promotions

Presented by the Faculty Committee, offered by: Susan Kowalewski, Business Department

Presented by the Faculty Committee, offered by: Susan Kowalewski, Business Department

The workshop will provide an overview of the development of dossiers for tenure and promotion review.

  • Review Process (DPC, Chair, Dean, VPAA, (CPC), President)
  • Submissions due dates
  • Electronic or binder?
  • What to include
  • Examples of dossiers

RSVP:  kowalews@dyc.edu                 

DYC Educators and Staff Only

November 15, BFAC 309, 1-3pm (lunch will be served for all sign-ups)

Learning Contracts for Individualized Student Scholarly Experiences

offered by: David Stewart, PhD and Stacy Ruvio, PhD

offered by: David Stewart, PhD and Stacy Ruvio, PhD

Faculty Fellows of Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

While courses where every student must complete the same assignments to meet the outcomes can effectively use a syllabus, individualized scholarly experiences can use a learning contract to set expectations for the outcomes. Please attend this workshop if you are interested in developing a learning contract to formalize the outcomes of student scholarly work.

DYC Educators and Staff Only

February

February 13, 3pm-4pm, BFAC 309

Node Chair Configurations and Utilizing Screens Demo

co-offered by: James Cypert

co-offered by: James Cypert

Director, Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center

Join us in exploring our new classroom spaces and a new active learning topic each month.

DYC Educators and Staff Only

March

March 13, 3pm-4pm, DAC 101 IPEC SIM Center

A Basic Introduction to Teaching and Debriefing in the SIM Center

co-offered by: James Cypert

co-offered by: James Cypert

Director, Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center

Join us in exploring our new classroom spaces and a new active learning topic each month.

DYC Educators and Staff Only

April

April 10, 3pm-4pm, BFAC 309

Node Chair Group Work, Gallery Walks, and Collaborative Presentation Building with Microsoft Sway – An Interactive Teaching Workshop

co-offered by: James Cypert

co-offered by: James Cypert

Director, Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center

Join us in exploring our new classroom spaces and a new active learning topic each month.

DYC Educators and Staff Only