“A good teacher teaches and learns” (Chan, 2010). Evaluating your own teaching is an excellent way to identify strong aspects of your work and areas of improvement.
Here are some resources to get you started.
This link from the University of Hong Kong describes different self-evaluation methods and includes additional online resources.
This link from the University of Texas at Austin offers a step-by-step guide for developing your self-assessment plan.
Chan C.(2010) Assessment: Evaluating your own Teaching, Assessment Resources@HKU, University of Hong Kong [http://ar.cetl.hku.hk]: Accessed March 31, 2014 from http://ar.cetl.hku.hk/evaluate_teach.htm#2.
Here are a couple of articles you might want to share with your learners. It’s a great way to give college students some advice for a successful learning experience. The first is Dr. Robert Leamnson’s article Learning (Your First Job). The second is the same information, but is more condensed.
Maryellen Weimer writes about what it means to be a self-regulated learner in this article from Faculty Focus.
Dr. Weimer references Barry Zimmerman as one of the foremost researchers of self-regulated learning. His article can be found using this link: http://0-search.proquest.com.topcat.switchinc.org/docview/218832636?accountid=10249 Note: You must be logged into the cuw portal or summon to access this article.
One more related article from Robert Leamnson can be found here.
A Place to Stand, A Place of Refuge: The Adventures and Consolations of the Christian Academic
Presented by Dr. Angus Menuge
The archived video.
The Power Point Presentation
The Scientists YouTube clip mentioned during the presentation (at about 53:30).
Faith, Learning and Vocation Seminar: February 17, 2014.
If you missed Rev. Dr. David Birner’s presentation, you can view it here.
The flipped classroom is a busy, collaborative, and social place. We could say it’s a place where extroversion, collaboration, and teamwork are highly valued. But what does this mean for students who don’t excel in this collaborative space? What does it mean if we’re always focused on the doing?
Read this article by Barbi Honeycutt and Sarah Egan Warren from February 17, 2014.
This article is one of many from www.FacultyFocus.com. You can subscribe to their free newsletter!
Academic Cheating and Promoting Academic Honesty and Integrity
If you missed Bernard Bull’s engaging presentation today you can view it anytime from your own computer. Here’s the link.
Here are his Power Point slides. They are not visible on the video, so downloading them is recommended while viewing.
Save the dates for the Spring 2014 Faith, Learning and Vocation Series:
Monday, February 17: Rev. David Birner
Monday, March 3: Dr. Angus Menuge
Monday, May 5: Dr. Jeff Burkhart
See you in the Lakeshore Room, 3:30-5:00pm!
Topics to be published soon.
If you missed faculty member Gary Locklair’s December 2 presentation you’re in luck!
View the recorded presentation here.