Our discussion will focus primarily on strategies for efficient grading and substantive feedback in asynchronous online classes. Attention will be given to the balance necessary for adjunct faculty who might find short grading turnaround challenging, while also maintaining a full-time job. Our target audience is online instructors, but all are welcome. Come with your questions, suggestions, and best practices to share with your peers!
Below is the recording and resources for the following program:
Leadership Challenges: Models and Measures of Teaching Effectiveness
Friday March 3, Noon – 1:00 pm Central/1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern via Zoom
With Elizabeth Evans, Susan Gallanis and Kate Robertson of CELT
Audience: Department Chairs and Program Directors
In order to support our faculty, CELT has investigated and used multiple models of teaching effectiveness which frame evaluation and feedback to faculty on their teaching. Learn about models in use, where we can obtain data on elements of these models, and how you can provide challenge and support through feedback to faculty through the teaching observation process and reviewing syllabi and courses. Future reports from Blackboard Learn will also be discussed.
Leadership and Challenges PowerPoint
CU Evaluation of Instruction Proposed Model 2019 E Evans
Nine Principles for Good Practice
Sources of Evidence of Teaching Excellence 01-20-23
Link to Teaching Observation Form and Resources
Concordia Faculty Seminar – Sandy Slater and Sara Casali
Wednesday March 1, 12:10 – 1:00 pm in the Lakeshore Room (Mequon campus)
Sandy Slater (Public Health/Pharmacy) and Sara Casali (Social Work) are the co-directors of a 5-year Health Resources and Services Association (HRSA) grant to prepare health professionals to serve in interprofessional teams providing services to those impacted by opioid and substance abuse disorders. Dr. Sandy Slater is Associate Professor and Director of the Bachelor of Science of Public Health Program. Dr. Sara Casali is Assistant Professor of Social Work and Director of Social Work Field Experience. They will be introduced by Tonya Bartoletti of the Office of Sponsored Research (ORSP).
Concordia Faculty Seminars are informal interactive presentations and conversations on faculty and staff projects including grants, research, and service designed to promote scholarship, spark new ideas, provide opportunities for meaningful discussion, and increase collaboration. Faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend.