20 Minute Online Professional Development: How Can I Reduce Apathy and Increase Motivation?
The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the fall semester to bring you professional development in twenty minute snippets. The topic for the week of October 26th is How Can I Reduce Apathy and Increase Motivation? For information on accessing the presentation and supplemental materials, please view the Bulletin or the email version of iDevelop.
More information about this session (including description, topics, and learning goals) is available at http://www.magnapubs.com/online/mentor/how-can-i-reduce-student-apathy-and-increase-motivation-13420-1.html. The complete fall schedule of Monday Morning Mentor sessions is available at http://nscclets.blogspot.com/2015/08/20-minute-mentor-online-faculty.html.
Other Professional Development Opportunities
- ADA Webinar. Last week, Academic Affairs and Student Affairs sponsored a webinar on the topic of ADA Compliance, Accommodations and Resources. The webinar recording and handout(s) for “Understanding ADA Compliance, Accommodations & Resources: Fast Facts for Faculty” is available in the email version of iDevelop.
- Lunch 'N' Learn. The CTLA welcomes all NSCC faculty to a conversation on Student Advising on Thursday, October 29th from 2:00pm to 3:30pm in the CTLA Conference Room, Danvers DB-388. Light refreshments will be available.
- Motivating Students: Fifteen Tips
- Motivating Students
- Motivating Students
- Increasing Student Participation
Share your Teaching Strategies
What strategies and tips for motivating students can you share with your colleagues? Send an email with your teaching strategies, best practices, resources, and tips to email@example.com and we will share them in the next few issues of iDevelop.
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