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September 11, 2015
S11A - Teaching with eLearn
14-114

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface.

September 14, 2015
S14P - Faculty Writing Group
14-322

3:00 - 4:30 PM

The CTL invites you to participate in a Faculty Writing Group. Sinclair’s Faculty Writing Group is designed to help faculty juggle writing, teaching, and life outside the academy. This inter-disciplinary group of faculty writers will meet once a month for 90-minutes to share their writing. With the support of your faculty writing group, you can expect to write that piece you’ve been putting off, whether a professional piece, memoir, novel, or poem. Equally valuable are the relationships you will build with faculty in other disciplines by learning about their fascinating subject matter.

The Group will meet from 3:00 - 4:30pm in Room 14-322 on the 2nd Monday of each month throughout the academic year. Dates are:

  • Sept. 14,
  • Oct. 12,
  • Nov. 9,
  • Dec. 14,
  • Jan. 11,
  • Feb. 8,
  • Mar. 14,
  • Apr. 11, and
  • May 9
September 18, 2015
S18A - Teaching with eLearn
14-114

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

September 19, 2015
S19A - Teaching with eLearn
14-114

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

September 25, 2015
S25A - Teaching with eLearn
14-114

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

December 12, 2015
Adjunct Faculty Certification Course - E31
14-130

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

The goal of the course is to give adjunct faculty tools and resources to better prepare them to teach classes at Sinclair Community College. We sincerely hope you find taking this course useful resulting in a feeling of preparedness when you enter the next classroom full of students.

Your Commitment
As with almost everything else in life, you will have the most success with this course if you are committed to work and to learning.  As a member of this Certification Course, here are the items to which you are agreeing:

  • Stay for the entire day.  Partial day attendance will disqualify the participant from certification;
  • Sign the attendance rosters at the various sessions.  If you do not sign your name on the roster sheet, you cannot be given credit for attendance;
  • Read the online material and take (and pass) the quizzes within 5 weeks of the Single Session class;
  • Make arrangements for a member of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Peer Review team to observe you facilitating a live class session.  This class session should not be an exam day; a session with mainly student reports; or a day when a guest is presenting.  Attendance at a follow-up meeting with the CTL Peer Review team member is required.
  • Make arrangements to visit the classroom of a full-time faculty member from your department, if possible. (If you are not able to visit the classroom of a departmental colleague, please call the Center for Teaching and Learning office for the names of other faculty members who would be willing to have you as a guest.)  Complete the Peer Review Instructional Observation form and submit the signed portion to the Center for Teaching and Learning office.