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SHSU Online Faculty Development Opportunities February 2017

SHSU Online is pleased to offer a number of faculty development opportunities via different avenues for February 2017.

Online Cohort and Self-Paced

Webinar

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Blackboard

Curriculum Alignment: The Why, The What, The How

By: Tonya Schneidereith and Sabrina Beroz

Historically, nursing education has included clinical rotations where students care for patients in the clinical setting. This gives students an opportunity to apply theory, to develop critical thinking skills, and to deepen learning. 808 more words

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Improving Face-to-Face Pedagogy Through Faculty Development Programs for Online Learning

Poster Presentation –  2016 Quality Matters Conference in Portland, Oregon.

Poster Objectives

  • Describe best practices for faculty development programs
  • Share how faculty development programs for online teaching impact face-to-face pedagogy.
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Elearning

Do Closed Captions Help Students Learn?

This week we are happy to welcome Dr. Katie Linder, Oregon State University Ecampus, as our guest blog post author. Dr. Linder is here to discuss a national research project on student use of closed captions and transcriptions. 834 more words

Student Success

#MidWIMS

The Mid-Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar is an exceptional opportunity offered yearly by the Association of American Medical Colleges to about 200 women who are at the Associate Professor level and who are in positions of leadership. 1,322 more words

Leadership Styles

First blog post

Hi. Welcome to my website and my very first blog! I’m Ann George. I have a PhD in science education with a special interest in the use of ICT for meaningful learning. 111 more words

Faculty Development

Faculty Development

Faculty Development Event: Dr. P. Preston Reynolds will present, “Assessing Medical Professionalism: Does how we define professionalism shape what we measure?”

January 9, 2017, 120 White Hall, 9:00 -11:00 a.m. 171 more words

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