This session took place on March 7, 2018.
Overview of the Concordia resources and support available for faculty scholarship with Julie Dresen, Leah Dvorak, Laura Beldavs, and Angela Walmsley.
Link to handout: Handout of Faculty Scholarship Resources
Recording and PowerPoint from Bernard Bull’s presentation on November 9, 2016: The Power of Helping Students See Their Learning Progress
Resources related to the above September 2016 Lunch and Learn presented by Beth DeJongh (Pharmacy) and Susan Gallanis (CELT).
PowerPoint Slides: link to resource
A collection of Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs: link to resource
Another example of Bloom’s Taxonomy: link to resource
Writing Learning Objectives Using Bloom’s Taxonomy from UNC Charlotte: link to resource
Another resource for writing learning objectives: link to resource
15-minute YouTube video from Greg Williams about writing learning objectives: link to video
How to Write Better Tests from Lucy Jacobs at Indiana University: link to resource
A resource for writing multiple choice test questions from the Concordia University library (you will need to log into the CU library to view): CUW link CUAA link
Click this link to view Randy’s 10/8/15 presentation.
Click here to view/download the related handout.
The Occupational Therapy Department has been undergoing a transition to add a blended learning option. On November 10, they shared their thoughts and experiences about the process.
View the archived recording here.
To Thine Own Self Be True: What Do Shakespeare, Gilligan’s Island, Creativity, and Faith Have to Do with Your Teaching at CUW?
If you missed Pastor Smith’s presentation, you can view the recording here.
Here’s the handout.
Ken Seeskin presented this topic on the Mequon campus on April 25, 2014. If you missed his presentation, you can view it here.
If you missed the March 17 Lunch n’ Learn by Tina Orr (Nursing) and Susan Gallanis (CELT) you can view it here.
This presentation describes the process of incorporating active learning strategies into a high content nursing course.
You can find the presentation handouts here.
Academic Cheating and Promoting Academic Honesty and Integrity
If you missed Bernard Bull’s engaging presentation today you can view it anytime from your own computer. Here’s the link.
Here are his Power Point slides. They are not visible on the video, so downloading them is recommended while viewing.