Archived Workshops

Information on the Office of Faculty Development’s past workshops and events can be found here.  Recordings and other materials are organized by topic.

Elluminate Sessions

Exam Wrappers
Dr. David McConnell, MEAS
Fall 2011

Student Retrieval Exercises
Dr. David McConnell, MEAS
Fall 2011

New Faculty Orientation

New Faculty Orientation
Fall 2012

Teaching Larger Classes

Overcoming Apathy and Creating Excitement in Larger Courses
Dr. Todd Zakrejsak, UNC, ACC Teaching Scholar
Fall 2009

Writing and Speaking in Larger Classes
Co-Sponsor: Campus Writing and Speaking Program
Dr. Chris Anson, English
Dr. Deanna Dannels, Communication
Fall 2009

Clicker Pedagogy in Larger Classes
Dr. David McConnell, MEAS
Fall 2009

Dealing with Issues of Academic Integrity in Larger Classes
Dr. Lisa Bullard, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Fall 2009

Collaborative Learning in Larger Classes
Dr. Bob Beichner, Physics
Spring 2010

Assessing Student Learning in Larger Classes: Using Multiple Choice Tests to Evaluate Higher Levels of Learning
Dr. Allen Dupont, Undergraduate Academic Programs
Spring 2010

Ways of Understanding Teaching
Dr. Joyce Weinsheimer, Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlantic Coast Conference Teaching Scholar
Spring 2010

Assessing Student Learning

Classroom Assessment Techniques: Assessing Effectiveness of Your Teaching Before the Semester Ends
Dr. Dianne Raubenheimer and Carol Miller, Engineering
Spring 2009

What Are We Looking For? Evaluating Student Writing Consistently, Fairly, and Quickly
Dr. Deanna Dannels, Communication
Dr. Chris Anson, English
Co-sponsor: Campus Writing and Speaking Program (CWSP)
Spring 2010

Assessing Student Learning in Larger Classes: Using Multiple Choice Tests to Evaluate Higher Levels of Learning
Dr. Allen Dupont, Undergraduate Academic Programs
Spring 2010

And Did They Get It? Alternatives to Essays and Multiple Choice  for Assessing Student Learning
Dr. Dianne Raubenheimer, Engineering
Dr. David McConnell, MEAS
Spring 2010

Assessment in the College Classroom
Dr. Carrie Zelna, Office of Assessment
Spring 2012

Classroom Assessment
Dr. Carrie Zelna, Office of Assessment
Dr. Diane Beckman, Teaching Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Fall 2012
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Teaching Evaluation

Benefits of Early “Do-It-Yourself” Teaching Evaluation
Dr. Margaret R. Blanchard, Assistant Professor, Math, Science and Technology Education
Dr. David McConnell, Professor, Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences
Friday, September 24, 2010

Student Evaluation of Teaching: What Do We Know?
Co-sponsors: University Planning and Analysis, Evaluation of Teaching Committee
Dr. Gary Roberson, facilitator
Karen Helm, Director UPA
Dr. Paul Umbach, Leadership, Policy & Adult and Higher Education
Dr. Gerald Ponder, College of Education, Associate Dean
Spring 2010

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Basic Statistics for Research on Your Teaching
This workshop covers some basics of statistics for classroom research. Issues in design and analysis are discussed.
Dr. Herle McGowen, Assistant Professor, Statistics

Motivation and Interaction

Motivating Students: Techniques to Dramatically and Positively Impact Your Classroom Experiences
Dr. David Henard, Business Marketing
Spring 2010

Two-Way Student-Faculty Feedback in the Classroom
Dr. Deanna Dannels, Communication
Fall 2009

Classroom Learning Environments for Interaction
Dr. Bob Beichner, Physics
Fall 2009

Classroom Dynamics for Motivation
Dr. David Henard, Business Management
Fall 2009

Overcoming Obstacles to Active Learning
Ashley Grantham, Office of Faculty Development
Spring 2012

NC State Students

What students tell their advisers that they don’t tell you
Mindy Sopher, First Year College
Hailey Queen, College of Engineering
Liz Moran, College of Textiles
Fall 2011

Introduction and Needs and Expectations
Erin Robinson, OASIS
Dr. Jo-Anne Robinson, Assistant Vice Provost for Student Diversity
Fall 2009

Experiences, Skills, and Talents
Angel Johnson, Student Health Services Counselor
Fall 2009

Special Needs and Concerns
Melinda Sopher, OASIS
Fall 2009

Changes in Student Population Over Time
Dr. Larry Blanton, Honors Program
Fall 2009

What the Best NC State Teachers Do
Dr. Rupert W. Nacoste

Academic Integrity

Dealing with Plagiarism Before “It” Happens
Dr. Henry Schaffer, Professor Emeritus, Jamie Larsen, English, and Carrie Larsen
Spring 2009

Detection and Reporting Plagiarism
Jamie Larsen, English, Dr. Henry Schaffer, Professor Emeritus
Spring 2009

Plagiarism Discussion with Students and Classroom Exercise
Daun Daemon, English
Spring 2009

Dealing with Issues of Academic Integrity in Larger Classes
Dr. Lisa Bullard, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Fall 2009

Office of Student Conduct
Paul Cousins, Director, Office of Student Conduct
Spring 2009

H1N1: Coping with Student Illness and Absence in your Course

Faculty Flu Forum
Dr. Mary W. Bengston, NC State University Student Health Service
Medical Director
Dr. Betsy E. Brown, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Dr. Donna T. Petherbridge, Associate Vice Provost for Instructional Support Services
Lou Harrison, Associate Vice Provost for Educational Technology Service
Fall 2009

Teaching and Learning with Technology

Approach to Converting a Face to Face Course to Moodle
Dr. Keith Harris, Food, Bioprocessing & Nutrition Sciences
Fall 2009

Using Technology to Enhance Teaching Effectiveness
Dr. David Shew, Plant Pathology
Fall 2009

Second Life Avatar Project
Claudia Kimbrough, Business Management
Fall 2009

Copyright Issues in Your Online Course
Peggy Hoon, J.D., Provost’s Office
Spring 2009

Research, Scholarship and Grants

Publishing your Scholarly Writing: Words from Experience
Co-sponsor: Campus Writing and Speaking
Dr. Chris Anson, English
Dr. Deanna Dannels, Communication
Dr. Marie Davidian, Statistics
Dr. Karla Henderson, Parks Recreation and Tourism Management,
Dr. Toddi Steelman, Forestry and Environmental Resources
Dr. Craig Smith, Communication
Spring 2009

Copyright

Who Owns the Copyright to Your Work and Why You Should Care
Peggy Hoon, J.D., Provost’s Office
Spring 2010

Five Steps to Analyzing any Copyright Question
Peggy Hoon, J.D., Provost’s Office
Spring 2009

Copyright Issues in Your Online Course
Peggy Hoon, J.D., Provost’s Office
Spring 2009

Service Learning

Creating a portfolio of assignments to meet your learning goals using reflection and service
Dr. Sarah Ash, Food, Bioprocessing, and Nutrition Sciences
Dr. George Hess, Forestry and Environmental Resources
Dr. Jessica Jameson, Communication
Annette Moore, Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
Fall 2011

Community Engaged Teaching and Learning
Dr. John Begeny, Assistant Professor of School Psychology, Psychology
Dr. Leslie Parkins, Associate Director APPLES Service-Learning Program, Carolina Center for Public Service
Dr. Michelle Schroeder-Moreno, Teaching Assistant Professor, Crop Science, Agroecology Minor
Dr. Audrey Jaeger, Associate Professor, Leadership, Policy and Adult and Higher Education
November 5, 2010

Speech at the Beach
Dr. Walt Wolfram, Linguistics
Fall 2009

Service-Learning/ Experiential Education
Dr. Sarah Ash, Food, Bioprocessing & Nutrition Sciences
Dr. Suzie Goodell, Food, Bioprocessing & Nutrition Sciences
Dr. Julie Grossman, Soil Fertility Management in Organic Cropping Systems
Fall 2009

Work-Life Integration

Succeeding as an NC State Faculty Member
Dr. Audrey Jaeger, Adult and Higher Education
Fall 2009

Questions You Should Ask Your Department Head
Dr. Betsy Brown, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Dr. Jon Brandt, Agricultural and Resource Economics
Dr. Christine Mc Gahan, Department Molecular Biomedical Sciences
Dr. Frank O. Buckless, Accounting
Dr. Barry Goldfarb, Forestry and Environmental Resources
Fall 2009

Integrating Faculty Work with Personal Responsibilities
Dr. Betsy Brown, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Dr. Karen Debord, Department of 4-H Youth Development and Family and Consumer Sciences
Dr. Karey Harwood, Philosophy and Religious Studies
Dr. Carla Mattos, Biochemistry
Dr. Sylvia Nassar McMillan, Curriculum, Instruction & Counselor Education
Spring 2009

Metacognition
“Brain, n.  An apparatus with which we think that we think:  Metacognition, self regulation, and your students”
Marcia Toms, Undergraduate Tutorial Center
Fall 2011

Course Design
“Preparing for your spring course:  A fresh look at course design”
Dr. David McConnell, MEAS
Fall 2011

Course Design for University Classes
David McConnell, MEAS
Spring 2012

Fulbright Program
Information session on Fulbright Programs for Faculty
Office of the Provost and Office of International Affairs, North Carolina State University, in conjunction with The North Carolina Fulbright Association
Fall 2011

Faculty Consulting
“Avoiding Conflict in Faculty Consulting”
Judy Curry, Associate General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, North Carolina State University
Fall 2011

ACC Lecture
The Earth Sustainability Integrative Liberal Education Project:  Building a Curricular Model That Promotes Cognitive and Social Development
Dr. Barbara Bekken, ACC Speaker and Assistant Professor of Geology at Virginia Tech Spring 2012

Teaching & Learning Symposium
What is the “Art of Changing the Brain?”

Dr. James Zull, Professor of Biochemistry, Biology & Cognitive Science and Founding Director Emeritus of the University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education, Case Western Reserve, April 4, 2012.

Teaching Critical and Creative Thinking
Experiential Learning in the Classroom:  Reacting to the Past Games 
Dr. Tony Crider, Associate Professor of Physics, Elon University
Fall 2012

Critical Thinking Webinars
Quality Enhancement Plan

Webinar 1 (April 3, 2012)
Link to Recording Part 1
https://innovativeeducators.webex.com/innovativeeducators/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=26609007&rKey=0d80ae249eb8c161

Handout
http://www.innovativeeducators.org//v/vspfiles/V4_Backup/04_03_105_critical_thinking_Hale.ppt

Webinar 2 (April 10, 2012)
Link to Recording Part 2
https://innovativeeducators.webex.com/innovativeeducators/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=26725067&rKey=1d080cc7413bdb69

Handout
http://www.innovativeeducators.org//v/vspfiles/V4_Backup/04_10_105_critical.ppt

Webinar 3 (May 1, 2012)
Link to Recording Part 3
https://innovativeeducators.webex.com/innovativeeducators/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=27103822&rKey=3a07e358257eec11

Handouts
http://www.innovativeeducators.org//v/vspfiles/V4_Backup/05_01_105_critical.ppt
http://www.innovativeeducators.org//v/vspfiles/V4_Backup/05_01_105_35.CT.Skills.pdf

Science Education
Science Education in the 21st Century: Using the Tools of Science to Teach Science
Dr. Carl Weiman, Director, Carl Weiman Science Education Initiative, University of British Columbia