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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


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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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

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Advice for Developing Leadership Skills and Opportunities

The following four strategies and fourteen skills should help any faculty member achieve a rewarding life of leadership.

Increase your visibility. Most campuses offer plenty of opportunities for faculty to venture beyond their departments. 471 more words

Grants available through the Associated Colleges of the South

As members of the Associated Colleges of the South, Spelman faculty are eligible to apply for small grants to

explore new possibilities, expanding their background and skills, and to take advantage of opportunities not otherwise made available on the campuses and for which other funds are not available.

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Just Say No: Saving Your Sanity While Working in Academic Medicine

Congratulations! You’ve received your appointment as a new faculty. Faculty evaluations and promotion and tenure reviews will arrive before you know it.

One way to shine in your first year, and to build your CV, is by serving on committees, engaging in research, publishing journal articles, and directing educational experiences. 572 more words

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