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  • Office/Entity/Program: Faculty Development
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    • Classroom-Based Assessment

    • Wyse, Sara
    • 2011-05
    • A critical part of the instructional process involves classroom-based assessment. Join this professionally trained educator as she first discusses and models the use of outcomes to shape instruction and assessment. The discussion then focuses on...
    • Adult Learners

    • Thorson, Mark
    • 2010-11
    • Adult learners, those 25 and older, now comprise almost 50% of the higher education student population across the United States. In keeping with this growing demand, many Bethel instructors are asked to teach both traditional undergraduates as well...
    • Community Building

    • Nevins, Katherine
    • 2010-11
    • Community building is commonly discussed and valued at Bethel. Explore what is meant by 'classroom community' by examining the concept of a healthy community. Consider why the creation of community is important. Delve into these issues and also...
    • Culturally Responsive Instruction

    • Rivera, Ruben
    • 2010-03-04
    • Consider the meaning, importance, challenges, and implementation of culturally responsive instruction at Bethel. The video features footage of classroom instruction in addition to pre-teaching and post-teaching interviews.
    • Manipulating Classroom Environment

    • Silmser, Lisa
    • 2010-11
    • Creating a learning environment that optimizes engagement is critical for all educators. Join this highly regarded leader of adult learners as she explores what it means to intentionally create an environment supportive of emotional and cognitive...
    • Active Learning

    • Martin, Jill
    • 2010-11
    • Current research on the brain and learning supports the practice of actively engaging learners. Exactly what does it mean to fully engage learners? What is the instructor's role in the process? What challenges are inherent when engaging learners?...
    • How We Think When We Think About Human Origins

    • Johnson, Adam; Berry, Zachariah
    • 2014-12-02
    • Dr. Adam Johnson and senior Zachariah Berry will discuss their work on the cognitive science of human origins. Discussions of human origins typically emphasize the theological, philosophical, or scientific ramifications of theories of human origins...
    • Experiential Education

    • McKinney, Karen
    • 2010-11
    • Explore the meaning, purpose, and uses of experiential education. Additionally, consider how activities can be conceptualized, designed, and appropriately assessed. The classroom activity 'Other People's Power' is demonstrated along with...
    • Facilitating Lab Experiences

    • DeGolier, Teresa
    • 2011-02
    • Facilitating lab experiences is often considered an accumulation of hard labor versus gratifying work for an instructor. Join this experienced science educator as she shares her passion, joy, and expertise related to the preparation, execution,...
    • Facilitating Classroom Discussion

    • Daniels, Nikki
    • 2011-02
    • Have you ever struggled with any of the following issues: dealing with learners reluctant to engage in classroom discussion, understanding your role in initiating and sustaining meaningful discussion, bringing depth to learner comments, and...
    • Faith Integration

    • Gehrz, Chris
    • 2013-09-19
    • How is faith integration commonly understood in the world of higher education? What are possible Bethel distinctives of faith integration? Join a discussion of these and other issues related to what it means that Bethel is part of the church and...
    • Writing High Quality Traditional Assessment Items

    • Rasmussen, Jay
    • 2014-11-12
    • How well written are your quizzes, tests, and exams? Exploring this question, before entering the 'season' of final exams, is critical in terms of obtaining valid and reliable assessment information. This "Talk About Teaching" session will provide...
    • How I Became a Better Teacher, Period, By Teaching Online

    • Brooks, Susan
    • 2014-11-11
    • I took the course in online teaching to become a better distance instructor. I didn't expect learning more about online teaching to revolutionize my face-to-face classes too. Come learn how my view of teaching changed and get some ideas for things...
    • Facilitating Online Learning

    • Putz, Matthew
    • 2011-03
    • In the world of online education an increasing number of Bethel instructors are now 'walkers' and some are 'joggers/runners.' Join the Director of Teaching and Learning Technology as he provides helpful direction for the design and facilitation of...
    • Inquiry-Based Learning

    • Paulson, Patti
    • 2010-11
    • Inquiry-based learning is an instructional approach appropriate for many disciplines and multiple settings. Join a discussion of various issues related to inquiry-based learning with an experienced instructor. First, consider the meaning of...
    • Religion and Men's Violence Against Women

    • Johnson, Andy
    • 2014-12-04
    • Interpersonal violence is a multifaceted phenomenon that cuts across all national, socioeconomic, religious, cultural, and racial groups. This presentation focuses on some of the most serious and common forms of interpersonal violence- men's...
    • Study Abroad

    • Drake, Karen; Muhovich, David
    • 2010-11
    • Investigate the following questions (and others) with two experienced study abroad leaders: (1) What components are necessary for a successful study abroad experience? (2) How can cultural understanding be facilitated among students? (3) What is...
    • Called to Teach

    • Frazier, Leta
    • 2011
    • Join this 2001-2002 recipient of the Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching as she reflects on the following: teaching style, understanding of the learning process, building student rapport, course and lesson creation, use of assessment strategies,...
    • Teaching Influences

    • Freeman, Kirk
    • 2011
    • Join this 2006-2007 recipient of the Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching as he reflects on the following: teaching style, understanding of the learning process, building student rapport, course and lesson creation, use of assessment strategies,...
    • Lecture

    • Roosa, Wayne
    • 2010-11
    • The lecture, often maligned in higher education, can serve a vital purpose in educating our learners. Join this master lecturer (Art History) as he reflects on reasons for using lectures, the thoughts and processes involved in lecture design, and...
    • Online Learning

    • Greupner, John
    • 2010-11
    • The use of online courses/programming is expanding rapidly at Bethel and in the field higher education. Along with this growth comes the need to thoughtfully consider multiple issues related to online education. Join this experienced educator as he...
    • Educational Technology

    • Becker, Bud (Rodney)
    • 2010-11
    • Why should educational technology be incorporated into the educational environment? What forms can be effectively utilized in a F2F and hybrid environment? How can technology change the way instructors think about course organization, communication...
    • Writing Across the Curriculum

    • Larson, Marion
    • 2011-04
    • Writing Across the Curriculum are "buzz words" heard at Bethel and numerous other higher education institutions. Exactly what is this? Why should anyone be interested? How is it practiced? Is writing appropriate in all content disciplines? How does...

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