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1 Amazing Things Happen at CETL Resources & Tours begin at 10 Policies & Practices begin 11:30 The Teaching Institute begins at 1 pm Aug 14 Annandale Benefits Resource Fair begins 8:30 HR and You Your First Day Sep 26 Fairfax Visit ELI & the Executive Offices Training & Policies The Great Teacher Oct 31 Loudoun Loudoun Resource Fair & Tour Teaching at NOVA Nov 21 Manassas Manassas Resource Fair The Promise Syllabus Dec 12 Woodbridge Woodbridge Resource Fair and Tour Learning Outcomes at NOVA Jan 30 Medical Education MEC Resource Fair and Tour Course Objectives Feb 27 Alexandria Alexandria Resource Fair and Tour Promotion & Hiring NOVA resources for Planning Mar 27 Annandale Annandale Resource Fair & Tour College Service Significant Learning Experiences Apr 24 Reston Center Closing Talks The Great Reveal The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning Faculty First Year

2 The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning Teaching Institute 1 to 4 pm Fairfax Administrative Campus The GREAT Teacher Sept PM Loudoun Campus NOVA: A Special Place to Teach Oct – 4 PM Manassas Campus The Promise Syllabus Nov PM Woodbridge Campus Learning Outcomes and Objectives Dec PM Medical Education Campus Did I Get it Right? Jan – 4 PM Alexandria Campus NOVA Planning Resources Feb PM Annandale Campus Significant Learning Experiences Mar PM Reston Center The Great Reveal April 24 Amazing Things Happen at CETL

3 The GREAT Teacher A thoughtfulness about your teaching and a dedication to a reflective teaching practice. After very briefly discussing the readings, we’ll do an interactive workshop designed to let you begin to investigate and nurture your own ideas of what qualities a great teacher possesses. We will begin a reflective practice. Bain, pp 15 to 21. Teaching is MentoringTeaching is Mentoring Cognitive Wrappers Teaching isn’t easyCognitive WrappersTeaching isn’t easy Bring your Bain Book and your Green and Black CETL Padfolio Read before you come Cindy Miller and Barbara Crain Fonya Atabong, Laura Kelley, Jenny Lopez, Jovana Pantovic, Beth Schomber, Afshin Tavassoli, Frank Ferrara, Dahlia Henry-Tett, Ritu Kansal and others. Who’ll you meet? What you should take away Each will evaluate the session and write a reflective teaching card for CETL and journal in the teaching log for your personal use. How will we assess our learning A face-to-face, low technology exercise with a think-pair–share classroom assessment technique (CAT). What will we do to learn this? We will strive throughout all sessions to model many teaching practice. This one will include a flipped-classroom model, an emergent discussion, active- learning, collaboration and a think –pair-share activity. Teaching reflection and cognitive wrappers are included. What’s the meta- piece? Brookfield, Stephen D. Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Print. Available in the CETL Library Dig Deeper Overview Amazing Things Happen at CETL September 26, 2014

4 NOVA: A special Place to Teach An understanding of all kinds of diversities that form the NOVA student body and an awareness of the challenges and advantages that it brings us. The relationship between diversity and motivation will be discussed. This session will place your teaching practice squarely in the context of NOVA. It will be the background against which you will teach. We’ll continue your reflective practice. A veteran teacher turned coach shadows 2 students for 2 days Creating Inclusive College Classrooms Bring your Green and Black CETL Padfolio Read before you come Barbara Saperstone, Provost, Annandale. Ray Orkwis from the developmental faculty. Cindy Miller and Barbara Crain Fonya Atabong, Laura Kelley, Jenny Lopez, Jovana Pantovic, Beth Schomber, Afshin Tavassoli, Frank Ferrara, Dahlia Henry-Tett, Ritu Kansal and others. Who’ll you meet? What you should take away. Each will evaluate the session and write a reflective teaching card for CETL and journal in the teaching log for your personal use. How will we assess our learning Participate in a story telling activity, explore our own kinds of diversities, learn out the demographics and diversities of our student body. What will we do to learn this? We will strive throughout all sessions to model many teaching practices. This one will include a flipped-classroom model, an emergent discussion. Story telling as a learning tool, student centered lecture, some traditional lecture. Teaching reflection and cognitive wrappers are included. What’s the meta- piece? Diversity and motivation: culturally responsive teaching in college By: Ginsberg, Margery B., and Raymond J. Wlodkowski. Jossey-Bass2009 Dig Deeper Overview Amazing Things Happen at CETL October 31, 2014

5 The Promise Syllabus An understanding of NOVA requirements for a syllabus along with the distinction between those and the information that we provide as an invitation into learning.. You’ll leave just a little confused as you mull over the many kinds of syllabi and compare them to a learning centered syllabus. · Bain, last paragraph on p. 74 and all of p. 75. See notes on the blog! Bring your Green and Black CETL Padfolio Read before you come Dr. Ray Bailey, Campus Historian Cindy Miller, Barbara Crain, Frank Ferrara Who’ll you meet? What you should take away. Each will evaluate the session and write a reflective teaching card for CETL and journal in the teaching log for your personal use. How will we assess our learning Participate in a syllabus typing activity. What will we do to learn this? We will strive throughout all sessions to model many teaching practices. This one will include a flipped-classroom model, an emergent discussion, a group collaborative activity. Teaching reflection and cognitive wrappers are included. What’s the meta- piece? Dig Deeper Overview Amazing Things Happen at CETL November 21 st, 2014

6 Learning Outcomes & Course Objectives A written welcome statement for your course and at least one course objective that is consistent with program level learning outcomes and that is learning centered. This session will continue to help you understand the NOVA context, even as you begin to write learning centered course objectives for your syllabus. Fink, Creating Significant Learning Experiences, pages 22 to 65 Bring your Green and Black CETL Padfolio Read before you come Sam Hill, Provost, Woodbridge. Jennifer, Roberts, Coordinator of Academic Assessment for NOVA Cindy Miller, Frank Ferrara, Barbara Crain Who’ll you meet? What you should take away. Each will evaluate the session and write a reflective teaching card for CETL and journal in the teaching log for your personal use. How will we assess our learning Listen to a presentation by Dr. Roberts, participate in an ‘big question’ exercise, see a movie, review some taxonomies and write at least one objective. What will we do to learn this? We will strive throughout all sessions to model many teaching practices. In this session you’ll see emergent discussions, traditional lecture, active learning. cognitive wrappers are included. What’s the meta- piece? Creating Significant Learning Experiences, by L. Dee Fink. Pp. 1 to 113 Dig Deeper Overview Empowering Faculty to Empower Students December 12, 2014


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