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Upcoming Events for the Office of Faculty Enhancement

 
UDL

How of UDL - Advancing Instructional Strategies with Universal Design for Learning Principles (Session 3)

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location: Step Lab (57/1420)

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In this three-session series, Suzanne Ehrlich will introduce principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) for improved accessibility and engaged learning. Participants will have the opportunity to analyze existing course material and consider proactive methods for designing all learning environments - face-to-face, hybrid and online - to support diverse learners and their needs.

In this third of three sessions, participants will address the "How" of UDL, some practical tips on implementing UDL in their courses, and strategies for successful integration. 

P&T 2018

Promotion & Tenure Panel

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Location: Brooks Brown Hall Addition (39A/1028)

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The Office of Faculty Enhancement invites faculty to the annual Promotion and Tenure Panel discussion. Please join faculty from across the campus for the annual Promotion and Tenure Panel discussion. Dr. Pam Chally, Interim Provost for Academic Affairs, along with representatives of the University and faculty from across the campus will discuss the criteria for the awarding of promotion and tenure and will address the many factors that are involved in successfully navigating the tenure and promotion process. Assistant, Associate, and new faculty members are especially encouraged to attend.
Flipped

The Flipped Classroom: Face-to-Face Techniques for Engagement

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Online Learning Lab (10/1102)

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The flipped classroom is an innovative way of helping students explore course content in an online environment and to receive direct support in the face-to-face classroom. The Flipped Classroom model allows students to receive lecture content online and provides an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the material through face-to-face activities in the classroom. In this session, we will discuss different techniques to enhance the face-to-face classroom experience for students. Not only will we be discussing the flipped classroom, we will be employing a flipped model to this workshop. Faculty attending this event are encouraged to watch these short videos related to online tools. Problem-based Learning and Socrative. Come and join the conversation. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Enhancement (OFE) and the Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT).
Ethics

The Juxtaposition of a Code of Ethics and Academic Integrity at UNF: Integrity and the QEP

Friday, April 5, 2019

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Location: Online Learning Lab

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Have you ever laid awake at night wondering how to deal with an issue of academic dishonesty in one of your classes or has a colleague come to you asking for advice about how to deal with an issue of academic integrity in their class? Or have you given what you believe to be the appropriate penalty for academic dishonesty only to worry that the student or others at the University might disagree with your reasoning?

As more and more material is out on the Internet, as technology makes it easier and easier to share information and we offer more and more online courses, the opportunities for good students to be even better is exciting, however at the same time the threat to the Academic Integrity that UNF is built on has never been more at risk.

The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the UNF’s QEP as it relates to academic dishonesty so that the campus community support a coherent plan for helping students to better understand their responsibilities for maintaining academic integrity and how we as faculty can create a process where we all understand how to clearly enforce violations of academic integrity. 

Be a part of the campus conversation.

Flipped

The Flipped Classroom: Putting it All Together

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Online Learning Lab (10/1102)

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The flipped classroom is an innovative way of helping students explore course content in an online environment and to receive direct support in the face-to-face classroom.

In this session, we will be putting the things we learned in the previous sessions into practice by planning a flipped classroom experience. Participants will consider what students will do before, during, and after the face-to-face classroom session. Not only will we be discussing the flipped classroom, we will be employing a flipped model to this workshop. Faculty attending this event are encouraged to watch short videos prior to attending the event.

Come and join the conversation. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Enhancement (OFE) and the Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT).