Critical Thinking Workshop - Dr. William Effler This presentation offers a rationale for teaching critical thinking skills. Also included is an example of how Dr. Effler teaches the critical thinking skill of understanding cause and effect in one of his Lee University courses.
Actively Engaging Students with the use of 'ANGEL' Technology - Dr. Tom Doolittle Dr. Doolittle shares many of the ways he employs the ANGEL LMS in order to engage his students in on-campus courses.Taking Powerpoint to the Next Level - Carmen Guerrero A professor of Spanish explains how she uses Power Point to produce exciting and active learning activities.
Active Teaching Strategies to Promote Motivation Towards Life-Long Learning - Dr. JoAnne Higginbotham A Lee University Professor of Education offers numerous strategies shown to foster student success and to encourage an internally motivated love of learning.Creating Involvement in the Classroom - Dr. Kevin Brown This English professor’s presentation discusses student engagement as it relates to retention.Freshmen Evaluation - Dr. Troy Gregory Dr. Gregory describes a unique grading system which he employs in a freshman class in order to boost class attendance.Grade Inflation - Dr. Megan Moe Dr. Moe presents an introduction to the topic of “Grade Inflation”.Teaching and Mentoring One-on-One: The Applied Voice Studio - Virginia Horton A veteran vocal performance professor describes the unique opportunities one-on-one teaching provides. The “non-threatening environment” she strives to create enhances growth and progress.Teaching with Your Strengths - Dr. Debby White Dr. White discusses The Gallup Organization’s “StrengthsFinder” instrument and offers implications for teachers based on their individually identified strengths.Techniques to Promote Student Attendance - Dr. Carolyn Dirksen This is a collection of techniques for encouraging class attendance submitted by several Lee University professors in response to a query by the Vice-President for Academics.Writing to Learn - Dr. Rachel Reneslacis This presentation offers numerous suggestions of “Ways to Encourage Thoughtful Writing.” Dr. Reneslacis is the director of the Writing Center at Lee University.Writing What I Want in a Publish-or-Perish World - Dr. Kevin Brown An English professor encourages faculty members to write what they enjoy writing.
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