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Annandale Campus Welcome Back Faculty Professional Development Opportunities January 2, 3 and/or 7

Please Register today.
* Faculty who preregister and attend will receive a certificate of attendance.

To reserve a spot in any of the workshops, do the following:

  1. Be sure to complete all the information requested in the fields below.
  2. Click one or more of the boxes to select a workshop(s).
  3. When you are done, click on the Submit Registration button at the bottom of the page.
  4. You will then receive a notice that confirms your RSVP. Be sure to print this page.

 

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Faculty Professional Development Training
Campus
Session
Date
Time
Room
Description
Annandale
Advising: Transitioning from Advising Specialists to Faculty
1/7/2014
10 am-Noon
CT228 The goal of the presentation is to provide faculty advisors with a comprehensive overview of what to expect with and how to best prepare for GPS Faculty Advising in the spring semester and beyond. Participants will be provided with data and insight related to the GPS student cohort, how advisees will be assigned, what to expect of & from advisees and tools for case management. We will also cover current advising resources and highlight on-going and future opportunities from advisor training.

Full Annandale
Blackboard Collaborate
1/7/2014
1:30pm-3pm
CT355 Web conferencing tool developed specifically for teaching and learning

Annandale
Blackboard Fundamentals
1/2/2014
10am-Noon
CT355 Explore the fundamentals of Blackboard. You will learn how to personalize your Blackboard landing page, create an announcement, post your syllabus and make your course available to students.

Full Annandale
Blackboard Intermediate
1/3/2014
1:30pm-3pm
CT355 You will learn how to create an assignment, collect and grade it through Blackboard. You will also learn how to copy your course and make an archive copy of it.

Annandale
Emergency Preparedness
1/7/2014
Noon-1:30pm
CA320 Do you know what to do if there's an emergency on campus? Faculty members are the front line to strengthen the Campus emergency readiness. This session will provide you with resources and knowledge so you and your students can be best prepared for any emergency.

Full Annandale
GPS Advising
1/2/2014
1:30-3pm
CT355 The goal of the presentation is to provide faculty advisors with a comprehensive overview of what to expect with and how to best prepare for GPS Faculty Advising in the spring semester and beyond. Participants will be provided with data and insight related to the GPS student cohort, how advisees will be assigned, what to expect of & from advisees and tools for case management. We will also cover current advising resources and highlight on-going and future opportunities from advisor training.

Full Annandale
Introduction to the New Teaching Faculty Evaluation System
1/7/2014
3pm-4:30pm
CT228 In this session Dean of Languages and Literature, Charlotte Calobrisi and Dr. Marleen McCabe, Associate Director Training and Professional Development and member of the VCCS faculty evaluation task force, will facilitate a workshop on setting SMART Goals. The facilitators will guide faculty in assessing how to connect SMART Goals to the four performance domains (teaching, scholarly engagement, institutional responsibility, and service). The facilitators will also highlight how completing professional development goals promotes continuous learning and provides opportunities for celebrating and rewarding faculty contributions to student success.

Full Annandale
Panopto
1/7/2014
10am-Noon
CT355 Lecture capture software that allows faculty to record, edit, and share recorded lectures, demonstrations, and/or supplemental materials.

Full Annandale
Sympodium
1/3/2014
10am-Noon
CG204 This session provides an introduction to the features and functions.