Wednesday Noon Seminar Series

Wednesday Noon Seminars Spring 2018
20-Minute Mentor Series
Location: Library 212

Date

Title

Facilitator

January 31 How Do I Create the Ideal Learning Environment for Modern Learners?   Gina Garza-Reyna, Department of Teacher & Bilingual Education, College of Education and Human Performance
February 7 How Can I Teach Routine Courses with Energy and Enthusiasm? Genevieve Scalan, Department of Accounting and Finance, College of Business Administration
February 14 How Can I Use Controversial Issues to Build Cognitive Skills in My Students? Craig Meyer, Department of Language and Literature, College of Arts and Sciences
February 21 How Can I Leverage Force Multipliers in the Classroom? Distance Learning and Instructional Technology
February 28 How Do I Create Social Presence in my Online Classes? Distance Learning and Instructional Technology
March 7 How Do I Effectively Review Online Courses and Programs? Distance Learning and Instructional Technology
March 21 How Can I Be an Effective Mentor? Steve Bain, Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling, College of Education and Human Performance
March 28 How Can I Engage Generation C? Distance Learning and Instructional Technology
April 4 How can I use the Research Commons in my Courses?* Matt Alexander, Department of Chemical and Natural Gas Engineering, College of Engineering
April 11 How Do I Earn Swift Trust in my Online Classes? Distance Learning and Instructional Technology
April 18 How Do I Mini-lectures Improve Student Engagement? Olivia Modesto, Department of Teacher & Bilingual Education, College of Education and Human Performance
April 25 How Can I Move my Teaching Forward at Midcareer? Lorraine Killion, Department of Health & Kinesiology, College of Education and Human Performance

*These sessions do not have a 20-minute webinars; they will be presentations by the faculty members named

The CTE will provide a light lunch (on a first come-first served basis), thanks to the generous support of the Colleges of Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Human Sciences; Arts & Sciences; Business Administration; and Education & Human Performance. For more information about the sessions, please contact C. Lisa McNair at cheryl.mcnair@tamuk.edu or Brenda Melendy at brenda.melendy@tamuk.edu.

This page was last updated on: January 29, 2018