Here are the resources from the Concordia Faculty Seminar session that was held October 12, 2020:
Embody our Christian mission and display hospitality and generosity
- Our commitment to students means that our Christ-like care and concern for students is inherent and apparent
- We are at our best when we carefully guide students to fulfill their professional and personal callings
Presenter: Mike Brown
Demonstrate student-centered communication
- We communicate with students clearly, accurately and promptly
- Our communication with students is thoughtful; we listen actively and speak with kindness
Presenters: Scott van Ornum, Lori Woodall
Serve students and meet their needs, wherever and whoever they are
- We treat our students fairly, equitably and generously as our neighbors
- We meet our students where they are, recognizing that all are God’s children who are here by His purpose
Presenters: Eugene Pitchford, Colleen Fenno
Provide accurate, timely information
- We follow our own policies about attendance, grading, and syllabi, recognizing that accuracy and timeliness in these matters helps students to succeed
- Our syllabi and Blackboard course sites are welcoming learning environments and complement the classroom experience
Presenters: Katrina Serwe, Susan Gallanis, Amanda Reitz
On Wednesday, October 31, 2018 this year’s Faculty Laureate Carrie Jo Scheel (OT) presented “Teaching Effective Professional Communication”.
The program included sharing her expectations and evaluation of OT students’ oral and written communication while making presentations.This session is part of this year’s focus on Global Learning Outcome #5 Communicative Fluency.
Related handouts are below.
On Monday, October 29, 2018, Eugene Pitchford III and Steve Gerner presented the program Diversity, Success & You. Below is the program description and related handouts.
This program is designed to give you the knowledge, tools, and dispositions to effectively facilitate diverse learning environments. An emphasis in this session is on understanding how students’ experiences are impacted by race and socioeconomics. This highly engaging professional development will challenge you to apply this novel learning in your current professional role.
Powerpoint: Diversity, Success & You