WHAT'S NEW IN TEACHING AND LEARNING?
The Office of Academic Affairs/Institute for Teaching and Learning is offering a year-long Supporting Student Success Series for faculty, staff, and contract professionals to explore what we can do to better support the success of our students. Nine topics will be explored throughout the academic year and each topic will have In the Classroom and Outside the Classroom strategies.
All are welcome at all sessions.
Please click the Seminars, Workshops, and Presentations link on the left to register to attend.
Our fourth topic, “Set and maintain high expectations for student performance” is scheduled for:
Inside the Classroom: Writing Assignments are Key to Student Success
Janet Bean, Associate Professor, English
Tues, January 28, 2014 ~ 3:30pm to 4:30pm ~ Leigh Hall 414
Outside the Classroom: Motivating Students Through High Standards
Jim Tressel, Vice President, Strategic Engagement
Tues, January 21, 2014 ~ 9:55am to 10:45am ~ Leigh Hall 414
Watch for the announcements of our upcoming topics:
Articles of Interest
It's the Little Things That Count in Teaching, Steven J. Corbett and Michelle LaFrance, George Mason University. Published in The Chronicle of Higher Education on September 9, 2013.