Lunch and Learn
Posted on: February 9th, 2015 | by: Joyna Filippides
There are a plethora of pre-existing online resources that engage students outside the classroom. This session will provide strategies to find, evaluate, and implement these resources.
Qualtrics in the Classroom
Posted on: February 4th, 2015 | by: Fox Public Relations
Do you know Fox/STHM provides Qualtrics survey design software accounts for all faculty, students and staff? Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching in Learning (CITL) is hosting a faculty Qualtrics workshop on February 4th from 12:00-12:50pm in Speakman Hall room 114. Jimmy John’s lunch will be provided. To RSVP for this event, click here or RSVP to CITLevents@temple.edu
This faculty workshop will help you transform your classroom experience through…
Break the Ice with Active Learning
Posted on: January 27th, 2015 | by: Fox Public Relations
Join us for for this Lunch and Learn session, where you will experience active learning strategies first-hand, and discuss how to successfully implement these strategies in your in-person, hybrid, or online course.
January 26th from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter 505
New Blackboard Features
Posted on: January 20th, 2014 | by: Matt Kunkle
Join the Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s (CITL) hosts TU Computer Services’ Eileen Aitken as she demonstrates new time-saving Blackboard services. Topics will include: BbTest Center, Item Analysis, Date Management, Retention Center, Bb Social, TurnItIn, Equation Editor and Global Navigation functions. Date: Wednesday, January 22nd from 12:00-12:50pm in A233. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan on attending, and lunch will be provided by Jimmy John’s.
Click here for TU Capture video from this event: http://tinyurl.com/kxv4rh9
Posted on: January 13th, 2014 | by: Matt Kunkle
Kick off the new semester in technological style and join TU Computer Services’ Eileen Aitken as she demonstrates new time-saving Blackboard services.
Wednesday, January 15th 2:00pm-3:00pm : Place: Web, A233
To join the training session ——————————————————- 1. Go to http://tinyurl.com/n66foao 2. Enter your name and email address (or registration ID). 3. Enter the session password: This session does not require a password. 4. Click “Join Now”. 5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
Welcome to Class, Please Take Out Your Phones
Posted on: September 25th, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s (CITL) next Fall 2013 event will be on Monday, September 30th, from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall A237. The CITL will host Dr. Darin Kapanjie, who will conduct a workshop demonstrating the use and benefits of Poll Everywhere for a variety of instructional situations, including: mobile devices, the poll everywhere experience, Power Point integration and advanced reporting.
Lunch from Jimmy John’s will be provided by the Dean’s office. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending.
You can watch the presentation at http://tinyurl.com/FoxPollEv or find more information about the product at www.polleverywhere.com
Posted on: August 30th, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The CITL will host representatives from Turning Technologies will conduct a workshop to demonstrate the use and benefits TurningPoint Clickers for a variety of instructional situations including: Adding Meaningful Clicker Questions; Clicker Supported Learning Theories; and AnyWhere Polling.
Student Workshop: How to Succeed in an Online Course
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is presenting a student workshop centered around online education. Topic will include: what to expect in an online course, time management personal motivation and independent learning.
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s next workshop is for PhD Students and will be held on Wednesday, August 28th from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall A239. Topics will include: Program Goals/Objectives and Program-Level Assessment; Course Goals/Objectives; A Common Core Student Experience; A Holistic Curriculum; Assurance of Learning (AoL) in the context of AACSB accreditation; How assessment adds value; Resources offered by the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL); and the Student Feedback Form (SFFs) process.
Click here for TU Capture video of the event.
Fox Technology Awards
Posted on: April 22nd, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The prestigious Fox Excellence in the Use of Technology Awards for Faculty and Staff & the John DeAngelo Excellence in Teaching and Innovation Award will be presented on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 @ The Egg from 11:30am – 1:00pm. A fully catered hot lunch will be provided.
Event Speaker Information: Have you ever taken a MOOC? MOOC’s are the latest craze in higher education and they are making an impact on the market that will soon affect us all. Coursera, Udacity and EdX have been the big players in the MOOC market, but Blackboard has entered the market and they are ready to explode. Finally a collaborative platform to deliver a MOOC like a real online course!
Sarah Bishop-Root, Senior Manager of CourseSites by Blackboard will discuss MOOC’s and The Future of Higher Education. Sarah’s talk will be followed by the Fox Technology Awards Ceremony. This year we had several stellar nominations and the award winners will be announced at this event.
Space is limited, so please RSVP ASAP to Anthony Huh (email@example.com) if you plan on attending.
Going Paperless with Tablet Computing
Posted on: April 12th, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s next workshop titled “Going Paperless Using Tablet Technology” will be held on on Friday, April 29th from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall A606. Join presenter Dr. Eric Eisenstein, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, as we discuss Pros and Cons of going paperless, Dropbox storage and synching, Instapaper Usage, Interface problems and Related course design and eBook generation. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending.
Eric Eisenstein’s materials from the workshop: Going Paperless with Tablet Technology
The Power of 3: Combining Comments, Rubrics & Grades to Motivate Students To Improve Their Writing
Posted on: March 8th, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and Business Communication Center are co-hosting a workshop titled “THE POWER OF 3: Combining Comments, Rubrics & Grades to Motivate Students To Improve Their Writing” on Friday, March 22nd from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall A231. Join presenter Jessica Renaud (Director, Fox Business Communication Center) and other Business Communication faculty as we discuss strategies to motivate students to improve their written communication skills. Lunch will be provided by the Dean’s Office. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
The CITL thanks the Fox Business Communication faculty panel for presenting this workshop. To watch the TU Cature video of this workshop click here.
Lecture Reconsidered: Teaching with Students
Posted on: February 20th, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and Temple University’s Teaching and Learning Center are co-hosting a workshop titled “Lecture Reconsidered, Teaching with Students” on Monday, March 4th from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall A231.
Join presenter Carl Moore, Assistant Director, Temple University Teaching and Learning Center as we discuss the following topics: Impacting student learning inside and outside of class; Pedagogical perspectives informed by brain research; Engaging students and holding their attention; and using mobile devices as a teaching tool. Lunch will be provided by the Dean’s Office. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
For TU Capture Mediasite Video click here
Workshop content begins @ 19:00 minutes into the recording.
Carl Moore’s PPT slide: LECTURE RECONSIDERED
How to Author WebEx Videos: a Hands-On Workshop in the Lab
Posted on: February 5th, 2013 | by: Matt Kunkle
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is hosting a workshop about video generation for all faculty and staff on Monday, February 18th. Presenters Carly Haines, Fox Associate Director of Instructional Design and Chris Miano, Senior Technical Support Specialist will discuss the following topics: How to create a Training Session; Audio and Video in WebEx; Participants’ Panel Features; Share My Desktop; Breakout Sessions; and Recording a Session. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or webcam, but extra webcams will be onsite for participant use and every seat does have a desktop computer. Please rsvp to email@example.com of you plan to attend.
Workshop content begins @ 8:00 minutes into the recording.
How to Self-Author a Classroom Video Lecture
Posted on: November 6th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
The next Fox Center for Innovation Teaching and Learning faculty workshop will be held on Monday, November 19th, 2012 from 12:00-12:50pm in Alter Hall room A605. This workshop will explore How to Self-Author a Classroom Video Lecture that is focused, engaging, and professional. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can have lunch waiting for you.
Student Workshop: Leadership with Coach Dunphy
Posted on: October 16th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
To RSVP click here: http://express0.targetx.com/event/php/event_register.php?mid=17018920&from=main
The Flipped Workshop! A Faculty Discussion Forum
Posted on: October 11th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
The next Fox Center for Innovation Teaching and Learning faculty workshop will be held on Monday, October 15th, 2012. We are going to continue the discussion in a forum with lunch provided by the Dean’s office. Please review the following materials and come ready to discuss YOUR topics of interest with your colleagues. There will be no lecture or presentation, just an opportunity to share ideas with your peers.
Below are some links that you might find useful: Salman Khan’s Flipped Classroom: Let’s use video to reinvent education Penn State’s Flipping the Classroom Simply Speaking: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26pxh_qMppE Kansas State University student-made video: A Vision of Students Today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o
Student Health Workshop – TU CARE
Posted on: September 28th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
Hello Fox and STHM Faculty and Staff,
On Friday, October 5th, 2012 Temple University’s Crisis Assessment, Response and Education Team (CARE) will be in Alter Hall room 746 from 12:00-12:50pm to give a breif 15 minute representation followed by a open Q&A session. Information for TU CARE below. RSVP to email@example.com. Lunch will be provided.
Temple University’s CARE Team is a multidisciplinary body of stakeholders from across the University which receives referrals pertaining to students of concern, collects additional information, and then identifies and enacts appropriate strategies for addressing the situation.
What We Do: CARE Team will first collect available information pertaining to the student and the situation from multiple sources in order to determine the most appropriate course of action. The CARE Team’s role is to determine effective strategies for addressing the concern and identifying the responsible parties for enacting those strategies.
The CARE Team collects information on observable behavior such as:
The Flipped Classroom
Posted on: September 21st, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
The next Fox Center for Innovation Teaching and Learning faculty workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012. Presenters include: Dr. Darin Kapanjie (Managing Director, Virtual Instruction, Collaboration and Educational Technology; Academic Director, Online MBA; and Assistant Professor, Statistics), Dr. Christian Wurst (Associate Professor, Accounting; Dean’s Teaching Fellow) and other faculty. A Q&A session will follow and lunch will be provided by the Dean’s Office. I’ve attached Salman Khan’s “Let’s use video to reinvent education” so you can get started on the theory behind the Flipped Classroom model. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Excel Clinics for Fall 2012
Posted on: September 7th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
Dr. Isaac Gottlieb, Professor of Statistics (Clinical) and Fox Executive in Residence will be the presenter.
Topics covered in PART I include: saving time techniques, advanced charting techniques, descriptive statistics, data analysis, regressions, etc.
Topics covered in PART II include: basic analytical decision-making techniques, multi-page budgets, lookup tables, sorting data, pivot tables, etc.
Click on RSVP to register.
September 12 – Time: 2-5 Place: Alter 231 – RSVP
September 12 – Time: 5-8 Place: Alter: 31 – RSVP
September 27 – Time: 5–8 Alter: 31 – RSVP
September 28 – Time: 12-3 Alter 234- RSVP
September 19 – Time: 2-5 Alter: 231 – RSVP
September 19 – Time: 5-8 Alter: 31 – RSVP
October 4 – Time: 5–8 Alter 31 – RSVP
October 5 – Time: 12-3 Alter 234
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Click here for TU Capture video link of session two.
Online Higher Education Workshop
Posted on: August 15th, 2012 | by: Fox Public Relations
The Center’s highlights of the 2011-2012 academic year include:
Online Courses: Design and ImplementationMental Mapping: Teaching Students Integrity in ActionTwitter for Faculty: How to Establish you Personal Brand and Leverage twitter in the ClassroomSocial Education and the FOX Community SiteWebEx Usage in Higher Education: Student Group work and Online Office Hours.Microsoft Excel for staff
In 2011-2012, the CITL addressed the following specific discussion topics and has targeted these areas for development during the upcoming academic year:
iPad in the Classroom
Posted on: April 30th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
On Wednesday May 2nd, from 10:00-11:30am in A605, Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and the Management Information Systems department will be hosting a workshop which will reveal information and expertise revolving around iPad (or Tablet) use in the classroom. This workshop is for professors who want to move their classrooms into a more digital, collaborative, and engaging experience, or staff who want to stay informed of technological innovations in the classroom.
Discussion items include: the continued learning curve we are going through with the iPad Honors pilot; ‘Officially unofficial’ iPad app Wiki site with summary information on many apps; Recommended best standard ‘App package'; and Key Takeaway: A iPad inventory package that will save lot of time and get everyone comfortable with these new classroom tools.
Following this event will be the CITL Excellence in the Use of Technology Award Ceremony featuring the annual John DeAngelo Award presentation, with former Fox Associate Dean of Technology John DeAngelo attending virtually! Lunch provided by the Dean’s office. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Click here for TU Capture video of this workshop
Excellence in the Use of Technology Awards
This Wednesday at 11:30am in room A605 will the CITL will be hosting the Excellence in the Use of Technology Award Ceremony featuring the annual John DeAngelo Award presentation, with former Fox Associate Dean of Technology John DeAngelo attending virtually! Lunch provided by the Dean’s office. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
Click here for video of the CITL Awards event.
Click here for Professor Pyser’s Prezi presentation.
Online Learning Peer-to-Peer Panel
Wednesday, April 25th in room A605 from 12:00-12:50pm.
As we talk more and more about evolving to the flipped classroom model in our online curriculum and making more asynchronous (on demand) learning opportunities available to our students before using shorter web conferencing (synchronous) segments to discuss what they’ve learned, understanding what good asynchronous content looks like will become more and more important. Come and hear Kathy Leeds Senavitis (MSCM), Guntram Werther (SM), Darin Kapanjie (STAT) and Kate Marshall Hall (HRM) discuss what they are doing now, how they’ve evolved and honed their skills, and how they each learned to teach online.
How to Teach Using the Case Study Method
Posted on: April 29th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and Fox’s own Arvind Parkhe from Strategic Mgmt., Steven Johnson from MIS, John McClendon and Kathleen Davis from HRM, and Mike F Smith from MSCM will be hosting a workshop entitled “How to Teach Using the Case Study Method.”
Students at Fox have long been recommending more Real-world Experiences and Case Analysis in the core and major curricula through their Student Senior Satisfaction Survey. As a result, Fox’s CITL is hosting a panel workshop to address all questions faculty may have about using Case Studies in the classroom, and to share faculty expertise and experience using the Case Study Method. Topics will include: why to use the case method; what encompasses a case study; small ripped-from-the-headlines cases, comprehensive Harvard and Ivey case studies and Fox Faculty-authored case studies.
Steven Johnson Characteristics of Effective Case Teaching PPT Slides
Arvind Parkhe Excel in MBA Parkhe.06.19.08_km
TU Capture Link for Case Study Workshop
Harvard Case Study Website: http://hbsp.harvard.edu/
Online Learning at Fox
Posted on: April 2nd, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
The next Fox Center for Innovation Teaching and Learning faculty workshop will be held on April 9th, 2012 in Alter Hall room 605 from noon to 12:50pm. Fox’s own Donna Murdoch, Associate Director of Virtual Instruction will be hosting guest presenter Neal Legler, Senior Instructional Designer, Utah State University. This workshop is meant to share what other schools are doing with their online business courses and will give you ideas about what might work in your own classes here at Fox. Donna and Neal will share the thinking process that should be taking place as you plan your online courses and activities, and Neal will show us actual courses done by his comprehensive online business faculty.
Lunch will be provided by the Dean’s Office. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
You have been invited to attend a Fox Capture presentation.
Title: Prototype Technology Classroom
Date: Monday, April 09, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
If you need to make special arrangements for your class captures throughout the semesters or if you have any questions, please contact Matthew Dampf via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 215-204-6634.
Posted on: March 1st, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
Wednesday, April 11, 2012: 7 pm – Reception, 8 pm – Roast. Temple University, Alter Hall $100 per person – Price of ticket includes a cocktail reception along with an open beer and wine bar. Tickets @ Liacouras Center ticket office or www.fox.temple.edu/dunphyroast
Mental Mapping: Teaching Students Integrity in Action
Posted on: February 16th, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
The next Fox Center for Innovation Teaching and Learning faculty workshop will held on February 29th, 2012 in Alter Hall room 605 from noon to 12:50pm. Lunch will be provided by the Dean’s Office. Please RSVP to email@example.com. Fox’s own Steven N. Pyser, J.D., Assistant Professor (Practice Track), Human Resource Management will be facilitating the following workshop:
Description: How do we give our students the tools to navigate a pressure-filled work and life environment that could lead them to behave unethically in the “real” world? Good communication about ethical issues helps, but more is needed to support and motivate them to become comfortable talking about ethical dilemmas and forming solutions. In this workshop, participants are provided with a road map of a new business and educational paradigm grounded in discipline and deliberate methodology. You will learn ways to design classroom activities and assessments that will help make our students responsible and ethical citizens in work and in society. PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR SYLLABUS to “learn by doing” in an encouraging and supportive learning environment. Topics covered will include:
Student Excel Workshops
The next student Excel workshop will be held on March 13th from 2:00-4:00pm in A748.
Apple is coming to Fox!
Posted on: February 2nd, 2012 | by: Fox Public Relations
A growing number of faculty and students across the world are using iPads to enhance teaching and learning. As a result, Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) is proud to announce that Apple representative Peter M. Bernard is coming to present on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education with iPads. On Monday, February 13th from noon-12:50 in Alter Hall Auditorium Lower Level room 031. Peter will demonstrate some of the interesting and innovative ways that faculty and students can use the iPad. This discussion will be especially pertinent after Apple’s recent announcement regarding its new iBooks app. Visit www.apple.com/education for more information on how Apple technologies are influencing the way we teach, and more importantly, how our students learn. The session will be interactive and attendees are invited to bring their iPads.
Establish you Personal Brand and Leverage Twitter in the Classroom.
Fox’s own Steven Johnson will discuss how faculty and staff can use twitter to establish their personal brand, and how to leverage twitter in the classroom. Follow the CITL on twitter @FoxCITL, Professor Johnson @StevenLJohnson, and Fox @foxschool.
TU Capture: http://capture.fox.temple.edu/mediasite/Viewer/?peid=4a7b2f82938a42509ea4bd96f52eb7a21d
CITL Workshop Materials from 01/10/12
Posted on: January 12th, 2012 | by: Fox Public Relations
Here is a full list of materials from the event:
The Graphic Syllabus and the Outcomes Map
Posted on: January 3rd, 2012 | by: Matt Kunkle
In conjunction with Temple University’s Teaching and Learning Center, Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s (CITL) is offering a Spring 2012 faculty workshop “Communicating Your Course with a Graphic Syllabus.” Author Dr. Linda Nilson (Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation Clemson University) and Fox’s own Steven N. Pyser, J.D. (Assistant Professor, Human Resource Management) will explain how a graphic syllabus clearly communicates the work, organization, planning and concepts that inform your course organization. Learn how this field-tested approach removes student confusion and their course apprehension learning blocks while engaging students and promoting learning. PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR SYLLABUS to “learn by doing” in an encouraging and supportive learning environment. The event will take place on Tuesday, January 10th at 3:00 in Alter Hall room 605. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can have lunch provided to you.
You will leave the workshop with an understanding of the theory and practice of a graphic syllabus and a working document as a foundation for use in your classes next semester. Topics covered will include:
· Limitations of a traditional academic language text syllabus. · Why some students do not read or understand text-based syllabi. · Is graphic organization more effective than text based organization? · What do I need to know to create a one-page graphic syllabus? · Graphic Syllabus as a class organization and facilitation-learning tool.
Excel Workshops for Staff
Click here yo view the TU Capture video of the workshop.
Hello Fox and STHM Staff,
Please RSVP to email@example.com if you wish to attend. Laptops are recommended, but please come regardless and I will arrange for you to share with a screen neighbor participant.
Topics will include the following items, but any and all Excel related questions will be answered:
Excel efficiency: Auto Fill, Formulas, Functions and Addressing, Chart Creation Statistics Using Excel: Regressions Using Excel, Using the Chart Wizard Decisions: What IF Analysis, Lookup Tables, Approximate Match Lookup, And Exact Match Lookup Data and Datamining: Sorting Data, Auto Filter, Grouping and Outlining Data, Subtotals and Pivot Tables
Excel Workshop for Fox and STHM staff
Posted on: December 9th, 2011 | by: Matthew Kunkle
We are hosting two staff workshops on Microsoft Excel skills for the workplace. The workshops will be held Tuesday, December 13th (room A404) and Tuesday, December 20th (room A231) from 12:00-2:00pm. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend. Laptops are recommended, but please come regardless and I will arrange for you to share with a screen neighbor participant.
iPad: The New Classroom Learning Experience
Posted on: November 30th, 2011 | by: Matt Kunkle
PPT From – iPad: The New Classroom Learning Experience MIS 2901 – iPad Honors Pilot
Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) is hosting its fourth workshop of the Fall 2011 semester: iPad: The New Classroom Learning Experience on Thursday, December 8th, 2011 in A605 from 10:30am-12:00pm – with lunch provided. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan on attending.
How to use tablet technology to create a collaborative environment and to give students powerful tools for presenting information.
Key takeaways include:
Social Education and the Fox Community Site
Posted on: November 29th, 2011 | by: Matt Kunkle
Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) is hosting its fourth workshop of the Fall 2011 semester: Social Education and the Community Site. Dr. David Schuff will be presenting on how the Community Site (community.mis.temple.edu) – developed by the top ranked Fox MIS Department – is currently being used to create an innovative, connected “social education” environment. You will learn how social education integrates teaching and learning, professional development and placement by combining social media concepts with current technological resources. Several case studies will be discussed, as well as how any Temple faculty member can start using the Community Site in their courses. 11/30/11 in A606 from 12:00-12:50 – with lunch provided. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending.
The TU Capture video is available here
CITL Workshop: Virtual Instruction using WebEx
Posted on: November 21st, 2011 | by: Matt Kunkle
VIRTUAL WebEx Training Session
Posted on: November 17th, 2011 | by: Matt Kunkle
December 1st, 2011 8:00–9:00 p.m.
Please join us for a VIRTUAL WebEx training session, where you can try out WebEx features hands on. Darin Kapanjie and Donna Murdoch will lead a session where everyone will be participating. We’ll all share screens, take turns moderating meetings, create breakout rooms, use the polling quiz features – while we are there to walk you through. It’s a great way to try it out among your peers while you learn; it’s a great idea to experience WebEx first hand and learn by participating. Live from your home. Click on the access link below to attend.
Virtual Instruction using Cisco’s WebEx
Posted on: November 15th, 2011 | by: Matt Kunkle
This event will take place on November 16th, 2011 in Alter Hall classroom 606 from 12:00-12:50. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) is hosting its third workshop of the Fall 2011 semester – Virtual Instruction using Cisco’s WebEx. In this workshop, facilitated by Dr. Darin Kapanjie, you will learn how to setup, invite and run virtual classes through WebEx. You’ll also learn how to navigate within a virtual class using tools such as desktop sharing, virtual breakout rooms, chat, video, recording classes, etc. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED!
Fox Technology in the Classroom
Posted on: October 27th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning‘s (CITL) third fall ’10 faculty workshop “Fox Technology in the Classroom” will be offered on October 27th from noon to 12:50 in Alter Hall room A231. Demonstrations will include WebEx Meet, Fox’s Capture Studio, Classroom Clickers, Classroom Control Technology (student classroom internet usage), MediaSite Classroom Touch Panel and Solving Classroom Management Issues with Bb9.
Facilitators: Dr. Michael Bolding: Assistant Professor, Finance Darin Kapanjie: Faculty Director, Educational Technology and Online Initiatives Sandy Kyrish: Associate Professor, MSCM Riu Baring: Technical Support Manageer Tim Colvin: Manager of Classroom Technology and AV Mary Conran: Assistant Professor, MSCM
TU Capture link: http://capture.fox.temple.edu/mediasite/Manage/main.aspx
Additional Resources: Classroom Clickers: www.turningtechnologies.com/audienceresponseproducts TU Capture Studio: http://sbm.temple.edu/it/resources/fox-capture WebEx: www.webex.com/go/temple1 Touch Panel Technology: http://www.sonicfoundry.com/mediasite-by-sonicfoundry Free Educational Discussion Board with a Facebook type interface: www.edmodo.com Fox Capture Studio: http://sbm.temple.edu/it/resources/foxcapture/fox-capture-studio/ Smart Synch Control Technologies: http://smarttech.com/us/Solutions/
Violations of Federal Law by Professors in the Classroom
Posted on: October 6th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitators: Fay Trachtenberg, University Council John Bennett, Director, Disability Resources and Services Dr. Robert Pred, Associate Professor, Statistics/ TLC Faculty Fellow
Details: Many laws now dictate how faculty deal with students; some protect privacy interests while others assure non-discrimination of protected classifications. Despite faculty’s good intentions, impinging on the rights of students under these federal mandates makes the university vulnerable. Learn the laws and how to comply, gain access to resources for complying, and gain strategies for inclusive teaching practices. All faculty are urged to attend this session to learn more about this topic.
Would You Like a Raise? Then Come Learn How to Fill Out Your Annual Report of Faculty Activity
Posted on: September 1st, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitators: Dr. William E. Aaronson, Assistant Dean, Doctoral Programs/Associate Professor, RIHM Dr. Arthur Hochner, Associate Professor, HRM Chuck Tobias, System Development Engineer
Details: Under the current TAUP contract you will not be eligible to apply for merit unless you file an Annual Report of Faculty Activity, so come join us for an overview of the ARoFA online form. Please bring your own lunch, and desert will be provided by the Dean’s office.
Facilitating Active Learning through Various Teaching Methods
Posted on: May 25th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitator: A. Baris Gunersel, Assistant Director, TLC
Details: This session will help participants think through ways to make their classes more effective by employing various teaching strategies. Participants will engage in various activities and learn (a) the ways in which they learn best and what this means for their performance as educators, (b) the difference between passive and active learning, and (c) various methods to promote active learning.
Lecturing for Student Learning
Posted on: May 24th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitator: Pamela Barnett, Associate Vice Provost & Director, TLC
Details: The best lectures can impart information, and model for students how an expert organizes information and considers disciplinary questions. Yet student attention wanders periodically during an uninterrupted 50 minute lecture, no matter how well-crafted and delivered. Fortunately, the lecture can be made more interactive, intellectually engaging, and likely to promote student wakefulness and learning (Gross Davis, 2009; Huxham, 2005). Webinar viewers will gain knowledge of research-based strategies for lecturing effectively.
Individual Teaching Consultations
Details: TLC offers confidential individualized instructional consultations for faculty across the university. Consultations give faculty members an opportunity to reflect on their teaching practices and receive feedback that is tailored to their particular needs. Meet with us one-on-one to discuss any aspect of your teaching and to develop solutions that work for you.
To set-up a consultation please contact Robert Pred, TLC Faculty Fellow (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Blackboard V9: A Focus on the New Tools and Functionality to Enhance Teaching and Learning Activities
Posted on: May 4th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitator: Eileen Aitken, Executive Director, Temple University Instructional Support Center
Details: Blackboard V9: A Focus on the New Tools and Functionality to Enhance Teaching and Learning Activities. Breakfast will be served.
Watch the TU Capture of this event.
Book Group on Teaching American Students: a Guide for International Faculty and Teaching Assistants in College and Universities by Derek Bok Center
Posted on: April 26th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitator: A. Baris Gunersel
Details: The TLC invites you to join this book group discussing Teaching American Students: a Guide for International Faculty and Teaching Assistants in College and Universities by the Derek Bok Center. Register now for a book group to get a spot and a free copy of the book. Registrants commit to reading the book and to attending both meetings of the group you’ve selected. The deadline to register for the book group is Monday, April 12.
Facilitating Active Learning through Various Teaching Methods TECH Center, Faculty Wing
Posted on: April 21st, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Let Your Voice Be Heard: Vocal Improvement for the Classroom
Posted on: April 15th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitator: Melanie Julian
Details: In this workshop we will explore how to utilize one’s voice and breath more effectively in order to create more energetic and engaging lectures. We will learn how to support the voice so that ideas are expressed more effectively, and the voice is used in a way that is, overall, healthier and more dynamic. The workshop will be focused on your work in the classroom, though the exercises we learn can be utilized in your daily lives for vocal improvement.
Potential violations of Federal law by Professors in the classroom
Posted on: April 14th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
University Counsel, Fay Trachtenberg, will conduct a CITL workshop for faculty.
Details: Many laws now dictate how faculty deal with students; some protect privacy interests while others assure non-discrimination of protected classifications. Despite faculty’s good intentions, impinging on the rights of students under these federal mandates makes the university vulnerable. Learn the laws, and how to comply (or gain access to resources for complying). All faculty are urged to attend this session to learn more about this topic.
The Event will be held in Alter Hall room 233 on Wednesday, April 14th from 12:00-1:00; lunch will be served so an RSVP by Friday April 9 would be appreciated. To RSVP, contact Matt Kunkle. Lunch will be provided by the Dean’s office.
Book Group on Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher, by Stephen Brookfield
Posted on: April 13th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitator: Robert Pred
Details: The TLC invites you to join this book group discussing Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher, by Stephen D. Brookfield. Register now to reserve a spot and your free copy of Brookfield’s book. Registrants commit to reading the book and to attending both meetings of the group you’ve selected. The deadline to register for the book group is Monday, April 5.
Teaching, Learning, Technology Roundtable 2 Series: Teaching with Audio and Visual Technology
Posted on: April 5th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitators: Dominique Kliger, Edward Ohlbaum and Sebastian Derry
Details: As technology evolves, many classroom activities can now take place in virtual spaces. This session will first introduce you to teaching activities that can take place in virtual spaces such as WIMBA, ADOBE CONNECT or WEB EX. These softwares allow for visual and auditory interaction among students. In addition, this session will address how faculty can use audio and visual materials to stimulate student engagement and critical thinking in face-to-face classroom environments, and will provide guidance on how to identify relevant content for class use.
Interpreting Student Feedback Forms
Posted on: April 2nd, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Facilitators: Jim Degnan, Joe Ducette and Chris Dennis
Details: This seminar will focus on how the Student Feedback Forms (SFF) profiles can be used to improve teaching effectiveness. Particular attention will be paid to how to interpret students’ written comments, the statistics reported in SFF profiles, and other important techniques for the evaluation and improvement of your teaching effectiveness.
2010 Brown Bag Workshop
Hosted by Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning Topic: To Curve or Not to Curve Moderators: Dr. Pallavi Chitturi, Statistics and Dr. Howard Keen, Finance.
Details: Following an overview of the Fox GPA guidelines, Professor Chitturi will present models of curving and their intended outcomes. Professor Keen will then illustrate how the Finance department implements a curve in their undergraduate core course.
All Faculty are encouraged to please bring their own lunch and questions while Fox’s CITL provides dessert and discussion. This event is for ALL FACULTY who wish to attend. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan on attending so we can have dessert waiting for you.
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Using Online Learning Communities to Better Meet Students Needs
Posted on: February 24th, 2011 | by: Fox Public Relations
Details: Moderator: Mart Doyle, Instructor (Practice), M.I.S. Topic: Using Online Learning Communities to Better Meet Students Needs: Challenges and Successes. Professor Doyle will share his expertise in the use of student blogging through example and discussion while describing elements employed in his new approach for using online communities to expand the classroom experience. All Faculty are encouraged to please bring their own lunch and questions while Fox’s CITL provides dessert and discussion. This event is for ALL FACULTY who wish to attend. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending so we can have dessert waiting for you.
Creating Student Learning Communities (ppt)
Building Online Learning Communities Summary (pdf)
Integrating Sustainability into the Curriculum: Opportunities, Challenges and Successes
Posted on: December 10th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Speakers: Fox General and Strategic Management Professors T.L. Hill and James Hutchin as well as other Fox and non-Fox Faculty.
Moderator and CITL Director Dr. Sam Hodge will facilitate discussion on the concept of Sustainability (stepping beyond environmental sustainability) and opportunities to integrate Sustainability into the business curriculum.
All Fox Faculty and Staff are encouraged to attend. A light breakfast will be available at 8:30 – Sustainability Program starts at 9:00.
Inputs on Sustainability – Power Point (ppt)
TEN THINGS I LOVE/HATE about You
Posted on: November 18th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Fox CITL Brown Bag Event: TEN THINGS I LOVE/HATE about You* including Best Practices from the Student’s perspective (a panel based on what worked REALLY well at last December’s event).
Discussion of GPA and Grading at FOX
Posted on: November 4th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Fox CITL Brown Bag Event: Discussion of GPA and Grading at FOX – an essential workshop for NTT, adjunct, and new faculty.
Responding effectively to Class Situations (Role Play).
Posted on: October 21st, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Fox CITL Brown Bag Event: Responding effectively to Class Situations (Role Play).
Using CATES to improve teaching
Posted on: October 7th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Fox CITL Brown Bag Event: Using CATES to improve teaching: how to interpret and manage these scores by managing student expectations.
Fox’s Fall 2009 New Faculty Workshop
Posted on: September 24th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Sponsored by Fox’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning. Monday August 24, 2009 from 8:30-11:30 AM in Alter Hall room 231.
Engaging Students PPT
Assurance of Learning PPT
TU Capture: Building and Delivering Online Course Content
Posted on: September 23rd, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
This CITL workshop on building and delivering online courses is hosted by a panel of Fox faculty including T.L. HILL, DARIN KAPANJIE, DEBBIE CAMPBELL and KATE NELSON.
Time: 12:00 PM EDT Duration: 00:50:00 Link: TU Capture
Fair Use and Copyright Issues in Education
Posted on: May 6th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
This session will deal with those legal issues that faculty run into while using things prepared by others. For instance, can you use a film or news clip to demonstrate a point in class? What about copying and distributing an article that is perfect for your class? Several top experts in the field will speak on fair use in education in a variety of settings including emerging issues and laws regarding use of materials in a learning environment.
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Google Library Digitization Efforts
Report On Release Of New Fair Use Guidelines
Fair Use Parody
Seeking Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Technological Measures that Control Access to Copyrighted Materials
TU Capture: Fair Use
Innovations in Teaching
Posted on: May 5th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
We will be presenting a session on Innovations in Teaching and will make several presentations of awards to Fox Faculty who are effectively using Technology to enhance learning and teaching.
The program will include presentations on use of technology to increase student engagement and learning outcomes. The audience will learn how faculty are using Youtube to work out homework problems for students, how to use SKYPE and related technology to connect with students, and how to use tablet PC’s to change the power dynamics in the classroom. The event will conclude with awards to several FOX FACULTY who have demonstrated innovation in using technology in and out of the classroom.
Encouraging Civil Behavior in Large Classes
Posted on: March 23rd, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
This session, which will be conducted through role playing activities, is designed to help faculty cope in tough situations involving student performance and behavior. Students will be on hand to interact and answer questions, while seasoned faculty will be presenting examples and solutions to some of today’s most relevant classroom issues.
Topics addressed will include tough situations such as students:
Please RSVP to email@example.com if you can attend.
Please BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH, as lunch will NOT be served at this event.
Luncheon Workshop – “Read, Think, Engage”
Posted on: February 25th, 2009 | by: Fox Public Relations
Speakman 113 – 11:40am
The Fox Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is pleased to sponsor a brown bag luncheon workshop entitled “Read, Think, and Engage.”
Marty Doyle will kick off the talk and set the stage for Jim Lammendola who will share with us his experiences with the Socratic Method in Law School and lead an open discussion about how the Socratic Method or variations of it could be used in a business school setting. Finally, Carol Philips from the Teaching and Learning Center will share with us other techniques that are effective in getting students to prepare for class and to engage students in class.
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The Socratic Method: Teaching by Asking Directed Questions Instead of by Lecturing
Teaching the Contemporary American Student
Posted on: December 11th, 2008 | by: Fox Public Relations
Speakman 212 – 11:40am
Please join us for the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning Brown Bag session on Wednesday 12/11 from 9:00-11:30 in Speakman 114. DR. Carol Philips from the Teaching and Learning Center will discuss considering alternative ways of constructing a learning environment and to engage faculty in a discussion of how to more effectively teach American (TU) students.
Overview of New University Writing Courses
Posted on: October 29th, 2008 | by: Fox Public Relations
Speakman 212 – 11:40am
Please join us for the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning Brown Bag session on Wednesday 10/29 from 11:40-12:30 in Speakman 212. DR. Lori Salem from the University Writing Center will discuss the new University Writing requirements and guidelines for developing acceptable course proposals.
Posted on: October 22nd, 2008 | by: Fox Public Relations
Please join us for the FALL BBA Core Coordinator’s meeting on Wednesday 10/22 from 11:40AM-12:30PM in Speakman 212. As we get further into the semester it becomes evident we need an opportunity to discuss coordination issues face-to- face. The NEW CURRICULUM was launched this year and there are many opportunities (and much need for) coordination ACROSS THE BBA CORE.
Posted on: October 15th, 2008 | by: Fox Public Relations
Join the FOX Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning for a Luncheon event this Wednesday 10/15 at 1140AM in Speakman 212. Dr Robert Pred will moderate a panel of presenters from across the university!
Fox Faculty will hear information about: Paley Library Resources, University Teaching and Learning Center, University Instructional Support, Disability Resource Center, the Math and Science Tutoring Center, International Programs, CSPD, and the Tuttleman Counseling Center.
Join us for light lunch and insightful information about tools and resources available to help you enhance your teaching and improve student learning!
FOX CITL Roundtable
Posted on: October 1st, 2008 | by: Fox Public Relations
Speakman 318 – 11:40am
A meeting of the 2008-09 FOX CITL Roundtable. LUNCHEON will be provided.
The purpose of the meeting is to set the agenda for the CITL for the next academic year and to discuss opportunities to improve the teaching and learning experience at Fox.
Fall 2008 Seminar Kick off Meeting
Posted on: September 17th, 2008 | by: Fox Public Relations
Fall seminar Kick off meeting – Dr Kapanjie and others on using the Teaching Technology in Fox.
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