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EDCI 943: Observation #1- Fall 2017

Principles of College Teaching -EDCI 943

Observation #1 – Fall 2017

Here you and your partner can post your interview questions and the observed instructor’s responses to these questions. Please refrain from listing the instructor’s name in your post. We will discuss your observation and interview experiences during class.

F2016 GTA PD Series event

Dr. Sara Kearns (Associate Professor, Hale Library) shared the Cephalonian Method and other techniques to encourage conversation and questions in classes.

We Have Ways of Making You Talk

Register here for the NEXT GTA PDS (T’was the Night before Finals) on Wednesday, December 7th from 3:00-5:00pm at the Teaching & Learning Center (206 Anderson Hall; Worth 1 card punch).

Dr. Kevin Sauer (Associate Professor, Dietetics) shared insight about the pillars of classroom management that are both inclusive and reciprocal.  In addition, discussion included creative strategies that engage students with course organization, shared governance, and ownership with learning outcomes.

Co-Managing an Engaged Classroom
Co-Managing an Engaged Classroom

Register here for the NEXT GTA PDS (We have ways of making you talk…). Tuesday, November 15th from 2:00-3:00pm in the Hemisphere Room of Hale Library.  (Worth 1 card punch).

Dr. Sara Kearns (Associate Professor, Hale Library) will demonstrate the Cephalonian Method and other techniques to encourage conversation and questions in classes.

 

Fall 2016: The Fourth GTA Professional Development Series (PDS)

Scott Finkeldei presented a brief overview of four key K-State Online Canvas tools:

  • Homepage/Announcements/Settings
  • Inbox/Notifications
  • Gradebook/Speedgrader
  • Pages/Files/Modules

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Register here for the NEXT GTA PDS (Co-Managing an Engaged Classroom) on October 21, Friday. Dr. Kevin Sauer (Associate Professor, Dietetics) will share insight about the pillars of classroom management that are both inclusive and reciprocal.  In addition, discussion will include creative strategies that engage students with course organization, shared governance, and ownership with learning outcomes.

New Faculty Institute (NFI)

“We have a packed room for the second event of NFI” – October 5, 2016.

K-State’s New Faculty Institute (NFI) is a university-wide program to introduce newly hired faculty to our missions of teaching, research and service, and to facilitate their success at K-State.

Schedule of Programs 2016-2017

Register here for the next event with the topic of “Engaging in Research at K-State” on November 9 at Flint Hills Room, Student Union

NFI

Learning

NFI

Networking

NFI oCT 5

Food

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