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School of Health Sciences/School of Nursing/School of Medicine Faculty Development Day (North Haven)

  • Thursday, May 23, 2013
  • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • North Haven Campus


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School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing, School of Medicine

Faculty Development Program

Please bring your laptop or tablet to the educational sessions on May 23!

8:00-8:15 AM Welcome, coffee, pick up materials, and plans for the day, Room:250

8:30-10:00 AM (Sessions A-C) 

A. Flipping the Classroom - Methods, Outcomes, and Best Practices
Jeremy Anderson, Room:250

Learning Objectives:
Describe and apply the methods and means for accomplishing the flipped classroom.
Identify and apply best practices for improving student learning outcomes and satisfaction in the flipped classroom.
B. Lessons learned from the online program “Disability in the Community, Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), and International Development” from the “other” QU (Queen’s University)
Maureen Helgren, Room:255

Learning Objectives:
Develop a holistic view of disability and development and their relationship to poverty reduction
Understand the perspective of global health disparity and disability in the context of teaching cultural competency

C. Trending Topic - Mobile technology in the classroom
Monica Amore and Christina Wilson, Room:280

Description: As tablets and smartphones become more popular on our campus, social media and mobile apps can be used for teaching and learning. In this session we will discuss how social media can enhance engagement in and out of the classroom. This presentation will feature a demonstration of mobile apps to engage and connect students. Please bring a tablet, smartphone or laptop.

Learning Objectives:
Develop a better understanding of mobile and social media integrations on campus.
Learn about educational apps that can be used in the classroom.
Participate in an interactive demonstration of mobile applications.

10:15-11:45 AM (Sessions D-F)

D. Using ePortfolios to Promote Student Learning
Christina Wilson and Annalisa Zinn, Room:250

Learning objectives:
Identify ways in which ePortfolios promote student learning
Understand best practices for course-based uses of ePortfolios
Learn how to create an ePortfolio
E. IMaGinE – Best practices for fostering and sustaining an understanding of and respect for the multiplicity of human perspectives and belief systems.
Diane Ariza, Maureen Helgren, Celeste Yanni, Room:255

This session will begin with a brief overview of the development of QU’s Strategic Plan for Inclusion, Multiculturalism and Globalism in Education, and next steps for developing the unit plan within SHS, SON, SOM. Presenters will also spend time drawing examples from their own disciplines on best practices for including high impact diversity learning and practice in one’s teaching.

F. The How, What and Why of the Personal Success Plan and how it can inform advising.
Christine Fitzgerald and Kim Hartmann, Room:280

Learning objectives, the participant will learn:
How: The Freshmen orientation schedule & how it is the beginning of the Personal Success Plan. The use and update of it, starting in QU101.

What: Its purpose the structure.
Why: Faculty access, suggested use in meeting with advisees, the theory behind course selection based on PSP.
Future:  Possible strategies for using the PSP for advising.
12-1:30 PM SHS faculty Meeting, Room 250
1:30-3:00 PM Picnic, Terrace

Please register by Tuesday, May 21st.


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