What to do with them! We use them all the time. In fact, we can't seem to get away from them.
We're frustrated when our students don't have them.
We're upset when ones come up that we don't know or can't say. (If we're upset, think of how our students feel!)
All full-time and part-time faculty are invited to attend a TEACHING WORKSHOP, organized by Sherry Buckberrough, sponsored by the Faculty Center for Learning and Development and the NEH/Harry Jack Gray Teaching Enhancement Grant on the topic of:
Three of your colleagues--Yvonne Jehenson, Department of International Languages and Cultures; Louise Loomis, Hartford College for Women; Sally Porterfield, Drama Program, Department of Art History-Cinema-Drama--will provide enlightening tips on the hows and whys of using words as multi-faceted teaching tools. All of this followed by food!
What is the role of lecturing today?
How has IT changed as we and our students have changed?
How does it fit into student centered teaching?
How can we foster "active listening" while we deliver information and ideas?
All full-time and part-time faculty are invited to attend a teaching workshop, organized by Sherry Buckberrough, sponsored by the Faculty Center for Learning and Development and the NEH/Harry Jack Gray Teaching Enhancement Grant:
APRIL 16, 2:30-4:00, H229
Workshop presentations will be given by Howard Canistraro, Ward College; Monica Hardesty, Sociology Department, A&S; and Anthony Rauche, Hillyer College.
Come share you thoughts about where we're at with lecturing!