Workshops Calendar

If you are unable to attend an event in person and would like to participate virtually, please inquire at fctl@ucf.edu about online options such as Skype or Adobe Connect.

March 2016 Calendar of Events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

Active Learning Overview Workshop
 

2

Book Club: Whistling Vivaldi
 

3

Science of Learning Workshop
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club and Brown Bag for Honors Faculty: Minds on Fire
 

4

Faculty Writing Club
 

5

6

7

8

Confronting a Student Suspected of Academic Misconduct
 

9

10

Faculty Writing Club
 

11

Faculty Writing Club
 

12

13

14

Workshop: Gamification/Role-Immersion
 

15

Workshop: Classroom Active Learning Techniques
 
Book Club: Teach Students How to Learn
 

16

Workshop: Technologies for Active Learning
 
Students Responses to Being Caught - Do They Hate Us (Professors) Turning Them in for Academic Misconduct?
 

17

Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club and Brown Bag for Honors Faculty: Minds on Fire
 

18

Writing a Journal Article in Twelve Weeks Faculty Development Cohort
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

19

20

21

Workshop: Active Learning in online Courses
 

22

Workshop: Inquiry-Based Learning
 

23

Workshop: Service-Learning and Experiential Learning
 

24

Workshop: Flipping the Classroom
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Workshop: Team-Based, Problem-Based, and Project-Based Learning
 

25

Writing a Journal Article in Twelve Weeks Faculty Development Cohort
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

26

27

28

Workshop: Scenario and Case-Based Learning
 

29

30

Workshop: Active Learning in Large Classes
 

31

Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club and Brown Bag for Honors Faculty: Minds on Fire
 
Contract Cheating - We Are All Paying for This
 
 

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Farrah Cato
College of Arts & Humanities Farrah Cato In 2011, I was asked to work in the CAH Dean's Office as Coordinator of Scheduling and Undergraduate Curriculum. I took the opportunity, but refused to give up teaching. Every time I'm in the classroom or working with students, I engage in an incredibly valuable and rewarding process. I get excited when students ...

Aubrey Jewett
College of Sciences Aubrey Jewett Active learning fosters academic success and critical thinking. When students take part in the learning process they learn more, retain more, and think more than when operating in the passive mode. Thus whether analyzing pressing public policy questions, performing statistical analysis on data to investigate a res...

John Schultz
College of Sciences John  Schultz As a teacher, I believe my role is to generate excitement and interest in the classroom and to challenge students by providing a dynamic and experiential learning experience. Experiential learning not only increases student interest by building a learning community in the classroom, but also increases student unde...