Click the following link to register: https://survey.fgcu.edu/Survey.aspx?s=eff38be561f14f5392016731d7727bf3
May 13th, May 15th, May 17th
LIB 221 (Lucas Center)
9am - 3:30pm
The Course Design Academy (CDA) will meet for three full days in Summer A to explore learner-centered design principles, discuss ideas in small learning teams, and apply principles/concepts to courses and syllabi. You will exit with a new and improved fall course and tools to implement strategies and activities. Over the three days, we will continue to explore ways to “backward” design from what we want our students to know, identify effective ways to assess what our students know, explore ways to support significant long-term learning, and plug these ideas into your course.
Click the following link to register: https://survey.fgcu.edu/Survey.aspx?s=4245badec7374d84b13df53d71ec5eb9
May 20, 9am - 3pm, LIB 221 (Lucas Center)
May 22, 9am - 3pm, LIB 221 (Lucas Center)
May 23, 12pm - 1:30pm, VIRTUAL
May 29, 9am-12pm, LIB 221 (Lucas Center)
Blended Learning Academy explorers the design of hybrid courses over two full and two half-day sessions. This refers to a combination of face-to-face meetings and online sessions which when properly implemented can result in improved student success, satisfaction and retention. Grounded in several evidence-based theories, the experience will allow you to design or redesign a flipped, hybrid or otherwise blended course that promotes active, engaged and deep learning. Using the Backwards Design Model introduced in CDA, participants will choose, model and develop a variety of teaching and learning strategies and be exposed to various emerging technologies.
Click the following link to register: https://survey.fgcu.edu/Survey.aspx?s=cc0908fbd76f4880a5794f40f0b2f253
June 3rd - June 7th
Library 221 (Lucas Center)
The Academic Portfolio Workshop was first introduced to FGCU under the direction of Peter Seldin and J. Elizabeth Miller. This professional development program is time intensive. Participants are assigned to a faculty coach to develop the narrative portion of the promotion portfolio. The workshop will result in you developing a framework to showcase your strengths and accomplishments as a faculty member.
Click the following link to register: https://survey.fgcu.edu/Survey.aspx?s=1abdcaa71f2d4c6182ebe30eb8cb5d03
June 10th, June 11th, June 13th
Library 221 (Lucas Center)
9:00am - 3:00pm
Peer observation of teaching is a supportive and developmental process to encourage dialogue about teaching among collaborative peers. Research suggests that the peer observation process can benefit the teaching of both observer and observed (Hendry & Oliver, 2012). Therefore, by participating in this workshop you will 1) increase your capacity to provide a valuable service to your peers and the university, and 2) engage in professional development to enhance your own teaching. Faculty who have achieved the rank of associate professor or instructor II are eligible.
Click the following link to register: https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0002-0021-90e6b7fcafe94611bf1b3fa451589345
June 3, 9:30am - 2:30pm, Room CC162
June 5, 9:30am - 2:30pm, Room CC 162
June 6, 9:30am - 11:00am, VIRTUAL
June 7, 9:30am - 12:30pm, Room CC 246
The Online Learning Academy (OLA) seeks to meet faculty where they are in their experience and understanding of online instruction. From these individual starting points, participants will strengthen their skills as they engage in active learning experiences in a supportive learning community. Coursework for the Academy includes videos, activities, readings, discussions, and risk-free implementation of effective online instructional strategies. This Academy is for all levels of experience in online teaching. The Online Learning Academy meets for two full and two half-day sessions.