Preparing for Online Observations of Teaching
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Welcome to Faculty Commons
The Faculty Commons website is an important component that supports our role to harness the synergy of the City Tech faculty’s scholarship and pedagogy. Visit our e-Calendar of workshops and read creative and scholarly faculty initiatives at City Tech in Nucleus. We are at your service.
Visit us in Namm 227 when you are on campus.
Feb. 5, 2021
12 – 1PM
Join us for the 7th Faculty Funding Fridays webinar!Public and Open Access Mandates from Funders
Enrich your teaching!
Ongoing series of short, concise articles that provide actionable suggestions to engage students, deepen learning, and fuel your love of teaching – ideas you can put into action in your class today.
- Our Online Learners Need More Empathy and Less Criticismby Antone M. Goyak, EdD on January 25, 2021
I love teaching online. I love the challenge of moving a student from, “I am really nervous about this class!” to “Thank you for your support […]
- Helping Students Create a Daily Practice of Self-Connectionby Stacy Roth on January 22, 2021
With the uncertainty in future university practices brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is certain: Helping students develop the skills to […]
Weekly Teaching Tips
A feed of weekly teaching strategy tips that provides valuable suggestions for improving your students’ learning through a variety of fresh and usable teaching approaches.
- Teaching Strategy Tip #42
Statement of Academic Integrity Students and all others who work with information, ideas, texts, images, music, inventions, and other intellectual property owe […]
- Teaching Strategy Tip #38
Fostering Class Discussion Principles of good discussion, as specified by Brookfield and Presskill (2007), are to be used under the following appropriate […]