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JIBC DemoFest is Back!

There is so much amazing work being done at JIBC incorporating educational technology so we’re hosting another JIBC DemoFest!

DemoFest is a great opportunity to showcase your work, gain recognition, and get feedback from fellow faculty and staff. 427 more words

Faculty Development

Horizons University Global Business Review: Call for Papers

Horizons University Press, a subsidiary of Horizons University of Paris, invites scholars to submit their work for publication in the premier edition of the… 178 more words

HUP

Is Supervision about Teaching or Research?

In fact, it’s both!

Studies in supervision practice have found a connection between a mentor-model of supervision and better research outcomes.  On the surface, the investment in time and energy into new supervisees may seem like a one-directional cost for many supervisors.   356 more words

Faculty Today

Notes from "They Won't Come to Workshops..." #slate14

Notes from “They Won’t Come to Workshops…” at the 2014 SLATE Conference, led by Rachel Bicicchi (Millikin University), Mike Sukowski (Chicago State University), and Linda Wareck (Oakland Community College). 533 more words

Conference

Praxis Workshop - Computer Simulation

“Praxis simulation technology is designed to deliver immersive interactive, problem-based learning”.

  • Experience is an integral and critical component of learning
  • Experiential Praxis simulations capitalize on the ability to provide scalable, yet intensely experiential…
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Events

Stronger Teachers, Stronger Ties Across the University: The Graduate Student Teaching Institute

This past July, the WMU Graduate College and the Office of Faculty Development offered an exciting new opportunity for new and returning graduate teaching assistants — the “Graduate Student Teaching Institute,” a week-long, intensive training course designed to improve and expand students’ pedagogical skills. 1,200 more words

Top 10 Pieces of Advice for New Behavioral Science Educators

I graduated 14 years ago with a plan. I envisioned a lifelong career devoted to the clinical care of underserved children, adolescents, and their family members. 778 more words

Family Medicine