Work on Purpose
Friday, Nov. 7
Noon- 1 p.m.
Presented by Karen Lemke & Anicia Alvarez
An overview of the “Work on Purpose” program, with an example of a workshop on identifying an intersection between “head and heart” to foster all participant’s awareness of how they are progressing on their professional developmental/life goals. Participants are welcome to bring a brown-bag lunch.
Action Lab – Project based Classroom Software
Friday, Nov. 14
Noon – p.m.
Presented by Karen Lemke & Mikela Tarlow
Introduction to an integrated web-based platform that blends student portfolios with innovative project-based curriculum and unique assessment tools for tracking a wide range of higher order skills. Participants are welcome to bring a brown-bag lunch.
Don’t Forget the Coffee:
Supporting Student Success with Appreciative Advising
Monday, Nov. 17
Tuesday, Nov. 18
Workshop Presented by Joe Murray, Director of University Advising Services for Florida Atlantic University
Both workshops (same content, alternate times) will be held in SUB 309.
These workshops were made possible through the efforts of Dr. Benita Brink and the generous support of Title V. For more information about this student-centered approach to the advising process, click here.
The Faculty Development Committee requests RSVPs for its Winter Retreat:
Winter Retreat: Campus Culture on the Move
Jan. 15 – 16
Sagebrush Inn, Taos, New Mexico.
This event is appropriate for both faculty and staff. Thanks to generous support from Title V, Hotel and group meals will be provided. To RSVP, contact Dr. Leslie Alvarez, chair, Faculty Development Committee. Leslie Alvarez