Issue Date: 02-21-2020
Below are descriptions of our upcoming offerings. To register or for more information about any of these events click on the registration links.
Date & Time: Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 10:15 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Alvin Sherman Library - EC 1037 (First Floor)
Canvas - Managing Quizzes is a building block training webinar hosted by Canvas, which explores the more advanced features of the quizzing tool. Instructors will learn how to leverage question banks and groups to differentiate quiz content and assessment. Participants will gain greater control over quiz sessions using the Quiz analytics and Quiz moderation tools. After the webinar, a representative from the Learning and Educational Center will review the webinar and answer any additional questions you may have. Please have one pre-built sample quiz from a previous course available to use for hands-on activities.
To Register for this course visit - https://nova.traincaster.com/app/Login.pm?course_code=CMQW, select TrainCaster, log in, and then click on Classroom Schedule.
Dates & Times: Friday, March 20th, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 8:30 am - 9:30 am Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Main Campus- DeSantis 5026
During this workshop participants will be introduced to: WHAT experiential education and learning are, WHY experiential learning is considered a high impact practice, and HOW to begin integrating experiential education best practices into their classrooms.
To Register for this course visit - https://nova.traincaster.com/app/Login.pm?course_code=EE101WWH, select TrainCaster, log in, and then click on Classroom Schedule.
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
For faculty teaching a new course, the most common course design approach used by faculty is the content-centered approach (Fink, 2003). This approach uses a textbook table of contents or the expertise an instructor to identify topics to cover, designs lectures, activities, and assignments to teach, and assesses the student work completed. The content-centered approach simplifies course design but focuses mainly on content knowledge, which is the type of knowledge that is most easily forgotten (Fink, 2003).
This hands-on session helps participants design courses that move away from just content and design courses have the potential to impact students’ learning years after the course is over via two well-established course design models. Wiggins and McTighe’s (2005) Backward Course Design utilizes the old adage, begin with the end in mind. Fink’s (2003) integrated course design recognizes that instructors need to not only identify and consider situational factors in developing courses but also align the instructor’s learning goals, feedback, and assessment methods, and teaching and learning activities so they are integrated in a way that supports and reinforces each other.
To Register for this course visit - https://nova.traincaster.com/app/Login.pm?course_code=DCIUBICD, select TrainCaster, log in, and then click on Classroom Schedule.
Dates & Times: Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Monday, April 6th, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Main Campus - DeSantis 5026
Designing for experiential learning not only takes creativity but it also take time and collaboration. This session will focus on how I designed an experiential learning course on water and sustainability, what I learned from the process, and what I would do differently next time. I will discuss active learning strategies, budget, coordination of field trips, and collaboration with the local community and how this intentional design aligned with NSU’s experiential learning guidelines and the National Society for Experiential Education’s Eight Principles of Good Practice.
To Register for this course visit - https://nova.traincaster.com/app/Login.pm?course_code=ReflectivePractitioner, select TrainCaster, log in, and then click on Classroom Schedule.
Dates and Times:
Monday, April 20th, 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Monday, April 20th, 2020Alvin Sherman Library - Writing and Communication Center 430A
Tuesday, April 28th, 2020Alvin Sherman Library - Writing and Communications Center 430A
Understanding student development theory is crucial to our work with students both inside and outside the classroom. This workshop will introduce student development theory and how to apply it when building curricular and co-curricular experiences. Ale Matias will share how student development theory is rooted in the foundation of NSU's First Year Experience (FYE) Peer Leader Program.
To Register for this course visit - https://nova.traincaster.com/app/Login.pm?course_code=SDTA, select TrainCaster, log in, and then click on Classroom Schedule.
This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including new enhancements that make Respondus Monitor even more effective and easy to use.
Wednesday, February 26 at 2 pm ET (11 am PT)
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Tags: LEC, Workshop