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Seminar/Workshop Documents

Missed an event? Check below for presenters' and event documents/handouts. You may also check our Videos/Podcast page to view a recorded event.

Mobilizing Anger Into Activism

Dominique C. Hill, Stephen John Quaye, and Mahauganee Dawn Shaw, September 17, 2015

  • MAC Workshop

    Winter Term: The Fourth Season of Miami Opportunity

    Dave Sauter, October 29, 2013

  • Winter Term Handouts and Calendars

    Cheating Undefined: Understanding How Students Define and Make Decisions About Academic Dishonesty

    Brenda Quaye, February 12,2013

  • PowerPoint and Quiz Sheet

    Reflecting in Writing: Double-Entry Notebooks and Writing to Learn/Cover Letters and Writing to Persuade

    Kate Ronald, English; Director of the Howe Center for Writing Excellence, October 4, 2012

  • Writing Examples and Templates

    Approaches to Teaching in the January Term

    Tim Davis, Miranda Cady Hallett, Carrie Blosser Scheckelhoff, and John Tansey, Otterbein University , October 28, 2012

  • History of Otterbein
  • Living the Landscape of Home: Service & Experiential Learning in a J-term Course
  • Teaching in the J-term: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Time is Not on My Side: An Exploration of the Instructive Complications of J-Term Course Designs

    Handling Emotional and Life-Challenging Problems (HELP!) With College Students: The Faculty-Staff Dilemma

    Susan Mosley-Howard and Kip C. Alishio, February 22, 2012

  • Handling Emotional and Life-Challenging Problems (HELP!) With College Students: The Faculty-Staff Dilemma
  • Campus Assistance Program Resource List
  • Code of Student Conduct
  • Identifying and Dealing with Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom
  • Video available from February 22 session

    Setting the Stage for Student Success: Avoiding Demotivating Students

    Marjorie Keeshan Nadler and Ann Bainbridge Frymier, February 8, 2012

  • Motivation Workshop Agenda
  • Motivation Workshop Resources
  • Learning & motivation
  • Motivation Nonverbal Communication
  • Motivation Verbal Communication
  • What Demotivates Students?
  • Video available

    Making Every Moment Count: Student Learning Outcomes and Course Alignment

    Jennifer Blue and Marianne Cotugno, February 2, 2012

  • Making Every Moment Count

    Retention of Students in STEM Disciplines: Designing Appropriate Learning Environments

    Jennifer Blue and Joyce Fernandes, October 26, 2011 and October 27, 2011

  • What is STEM Education?
  • Boosting Minorities in Science
  • STEM—But No Stem
  • How is College Different from High School?
  • Additional Information/Notes/References
  • Work Smarter, Not Harder: 5 Ways to Enhance Workplace Productivity

    Matthew Evins and Dave Scoville, September 21, 2011

  • Niihka File Sharing, Dropbox, Application
  • Video available

    Course Learning Outcomes and Assessment: Practical Uses in the New Course Approval Process.

    Beverley Taylor, Jennifer Blue, and Marianne Cotugno, September 15, 2011

  • Course Level Outcomes Practical Uses in the New Course Approval Process
  • Student Learning Outcomes are not the same as Course Goals
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy of Measurable Verbs

    Accreditation, Assessment, CAPSTONE, and Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) September, 2011

    Helpful articles/reports as presented through CTE's C-FLINGS: Engaging Other Learners, Understanding Contexts, and Acting and Reflecting in Miami Plan Capstones

  • A Culture of Evidence: An Evidence-Centered Approach to Accountability for Student Learning Outcomes
  • Accreditation and Student Learning Outcomes: A Proposed Point of Departure
  • Active Versus Passive Teaching Styles: An Empirical Study of Student Learning Outcomes
  • Assessing SLO and Documenting Student Success Through a CAPSTONE Course
  • An Assessment of Reliability and Validity of a Rubric for Grading APA-Style Introductions
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy of Measurable Verbs
  • Capstone Business Course Assessment: Exploring Student Readiness Perspectives
  • Different Ways of Describing Expected Student Learning Outcomes in Science
  • Documenting Student Learning Outcomes Through a Research-Intensive Senior Capstone Experience: Bringing the Data Together to Demonstrate Progress
  • Future Directions for Assessing Complex General Education Student Learning Outcomes
  • Guiding Principles for SLO Assessment
  • Integrating Reflection and Assessment to Capture and Improve Student Learning
  • The Case for Assessing Complex General Education Student Learning Outcomes
  • The State of Learning Outcomes Assessment in the United States

    Engaged Teaching and Learning Expo

    Members of Miami's Faculty Learning Communities, Cohort Programs, Grant Recipients, etc, March 30, 2011

  • Assessment in the Formative Sense: Tweaking the Redesign
  • Examples of Faculty Responses to the Need for Significance and Meaning in First‐Year Course
  • Engaging Students Using "Clickers" in Large Enrollment Courses
  • Enhancing Service Learning: Using Toolkits and Models to Help Students Build Health Promotion Practice
  • Field Trips as Instigators in the Learning Cycle
  • First Year Research Experience (FYRE): Enhancing Undergraduate Research at Miami University
  • First Year Research Experiences (FYRE) Panel Discussion Summary
  • A First Year FLC: Definitions of Significant Learning
  • Integration of Quantitative Literacy (QL) Learning Goals in CHM 111.L: Chemistry in Modern Society Laboratory
  • Promoting Quantitative Literacy: Using SSDAN in SOC257
  • Student Comments: What makes a course personally memorable and significant?
  • Student Consultants on Teaching
  • Service Learning: Putting Theory Into Practice in the Engaged University
  • Using Small Groups in Large Lecture Classes
  • What is Journalism Program Review

    Academic Integrity

    Donald "Don" McCabe, March 24, 2011

  • Promoting Academic Integrity

    Strategies for Maximizing Globalization in Pedagogy and Curricular Development

    Rodney Coates, March 22, 2011

  • Strategies for Maximizing Globalization in Pedagogy and Curricular Developments
  • Assessment of Global Course
  • Writing and Working Successfully with Your International Students

    Tony Cimasko, February 16, 2011

  • A List of ESL Writing Recourses
  • Writing and Working Successfully With Your International Students' Recourses
  • Video available

    Same = More: A Breakthrough in Improving Student Writing

    Paul Anderson and Bob Gonyea, November 16, 2010

  • The Partnership for the Study of Writing in College (PSWC)
  • SAME = MORE Guide for Faculty: How to Explain Your Writing Assignment Even More Clearly
  • SAME = MORE Guide for Faculty: How to Build Even More Interactivity into Your Writing Assignments
  • SAME = MORE Guide for Faculty: How to Engage Students Even More Deeply in Meaning-Making Writing
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