Overcoming Apathy In The Classroom

Facilitate Learning By Getting Students To Think And Talk

The goal of this workshop will be to demonstrate and explain how instructors can make classroom learning a more meaningful experience for students.

RSVP: FACULTYCOMMONS@CITYTECH.CUNY.EDU

MARCH 21ST                  Or                              APRIL 2ND 

2:30PM-3:30PM                                               4:30-5:30PM

Teaching Portfolio 3-Day Workshop

The Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC) will sponsor a three-day hands-on workshop for full-time faculty who will have the opportunity to work with Professor Janet Liou-Mark to create their Teaching Portfolios. City Tech’s Teaching Portfolio Workshop- based on the Peter Seldin model- is a dynamic, personal and goal-setting opportunity to challenge assumptions, provide a framework for reflection, and offer guidance about the process of teaching and learning in a collegial setting.

As a follow up to the workshop, Professors Paul King and Aida Egues, seasoned mentors in the Teaching Portfolio / PARSE process, offer one-on-one consultations.Contact them individually via campus email.

The workshop is limited to 10 participants from across the college.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Create a teaching portfolio which can be included in your PARSE
  • Reflect on teaching philosophies; articulate your own philosophy
  • Identify your teaching methodologies and assessment strategies
  • Organize your teaching materials
  • Discuss how teaching in your discipline fosters concepts of General Education
  • Discover interdisciplinary themes and how to integrate them into your practice
  • Design an e-faculty portfolio; contact OpenLab for assistance (optional)

Questions:
Please contact Julia Jordan, jjordan@citytech.cuny.edu or 718.260.5637

Date/Times:
May 30, May 31 and June 4, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM*

Workshop Leader:
Professor Janet Liou-Mark

Location:
Faculty Commons, Namm 227, Conference room

Lunch:
*on your own / brown bag is welcome

Registration is now closed!

 

For examples of Teaching Portfolios, please see Teaching Portfolio examples on the PARSE website.

 

Teaching Portfolio 3-Day Workshop

The Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC) will sponsor a three-day hands-on workshop for full-time faculty who will have the opportunity to work with Professor Janet Liou-Mark to create their Teaching Portfolios. City Tech’s Teaching Portfolio Workshop- based on the Peter Seldin model- is a dynamic, personal and goal-setting opportunity to challenge assumptions, provide a framework for reflection, and offer guidance about the process of teaching and learning in a collegial setting.

As a follow up to the workshop, Professors Paul King and Aida Egues, seasoned mentors in the Teaching Portfolio / PARSE process, offer one-on-one consultations.Contact them individually via campus email.

The workshop is limited to 10 participants from across the college.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Create a teaching portfolio which can be included in your PARSE
  • Reflect on teaching philosophies; articulate your own philosophy
  • Identify your teaching methodologies and assessment strategies
  • Organize your teaching materials
  • Discuss how teaching in your discipline fosters concepts of General Education
  • Discover interdisciplinary themes and how to integrate them into your practice
  • Design an e-faculty portfolio; contact OpenLab for assistance (optional)

Questions:
Please contact Julia Jordan, jjordan@citytech.cuny.edu or 718.260.5637

Date/Times:
May 30, May 31 and June 4, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM*

Workshop Leader:
Professor Janet Liou-Mark

Location:
Faculty Commons, Namm 227, Conference room

Lunch:
*on your own / brown bag is welcome

Registration is now closed!

 

For examples of Teaching Portfolios, please see Teaching Portfolio examples on the PARSE website.

 

Teaching Portfolio 3-Day Workshop

The Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC) will sponsor a three-day hands-on workshop for full-time faculty who will have the opportunity to work with Professor Janet Liou-Mark to create their Teaching Portfolios. City Tech’s Teaching Portfolio Workshop- based on the Peter Seldin model- is a dynamic, personal and goal-setting opportunity to challenge assumptions, provide a framework for reflection, and offer guidance about the process of teaching and learning in a collegial setting.

As a follow up to the workshop, Professors Paul King and Aida Egues, seasoned mentors in the Teaching Portfolio / PARSE process, offer one-on-one consultations.Contact them individually via campus email.

The workshop is limited to 10 participants from across the college.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Create a teaching portfolio which can be included in your PARSE
  • Reflect on teaching philosophies; articulate your own philosophy
  • Identify your teaching methodologies and assessment strategies
  • Organize your teaching materials
  • Discuss how teaching in your discipline fosters concepts of General Education
  • Discover interdisciplinary themes and how to integrate them into your practice
  • Design an e-faculty portfolio; contact OpenLab for assistance (optional)

Questions:
Please contact Julia Jordan, jjordan@citytech.cuny.edu or 718.260.5637

Date/Times:
May 30, May 31 and June 4, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM*

Workshop Leader:
Professor Janet Liou-Mark

Location:
Faculty Commons, Namm 227, Conference room

Lunch:
*on your own / brown bag is welcome

Registration is now closed!

 

For examples of Teaching Portfolios, please see Teaching Portfolio examples on the PARSE website.