20 Minute Online Professional Development: How Should I Coach an Underperforming Colleague?
The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the spring semester to bring you professional development in twenty minute snippets. The topic for the week of February 2nd is How Should I Coach an Underperforming Colleague?
The presentation is available Monday at 10:00am and is accessible through Sunday of that week. For information on accessing the presentation and supplemental materials, please view the email version of iDevelop or the Bulletin notice.
More information about this session (including description, topics, and learning goals) is available at http://www.magnapubs.com/online/mentor/how-should-i-coach-an-underperforming-colleague-3021-1.html.
The spring schedule of Monday Morning Mentor sessions is available at http://nscclets.blogspot.com/2015/01/20-minute-mentor-online-faculty.html.
Other Professional Development Opportunities
- Continuity Workshops. Faculty...are you concerned about winter storms interfering with your instructional hours this semester? We would like to invite NSCC faculty to join Academic Technology and the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment to learn about effective ways to reach your students, even when you and your students cannot come to campus, and keep your classes and the student learning experience moving forward.
If you would like to attend such a Continuity Workshop, please choose the time that best suits your schedule and RSVP to email@example.com by this FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th.
-Thursday, February 12th from 1:00pm-2:00pm in Danvers DB387 (CTLA Conference Room)-Friday, February 13th from 9:00am-10:00am in Lynn LW181 (Library Training Room)-Wednesday, February 18th from 4:00pm-5:00pm in Danvers DB387 (CTLA Conference Room)
Light refreshments will be provided!
Share your Teaching Strategies
What creative ways do you keep the student learning experience moving forward even if your classes are canceled due to snow? What role does instructional technology play in reaching out to your students and providing them with structured instructional activities even when there are no classes? Please send your teaching strategies to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share them in the upcoming issues of iDevelop.
If you have not done so already, please take a moment to check out the Library’s Films on Demand collection, TED Talks, Academic Earth, Khan Academy, and other web sites that can help you supplement your class discussions....especially during weeks when your face time with students may be impacted by the weather. You will be surprised what you can find online that is free, open, and useful! For more ideas about how to "keep teaching" beyond the classroom walls, contact Andrea Milligan or Andrea DeFusco-Sullivan.
- Open Educational Resources Lib Guide (great resource to find various types of open learning materials)
- Screencast-o-matic (easy to use tool to create short videos for your students) http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/
Academic Technology and the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment