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2018

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Pronouns (Slides), Angela Gulick Oct 2018

Pronouns (Slides), Angela Gulick

Style

These slides identify when to use pronouns and provide a list of frequently used pronouns Also covers indefinite pronouns, pronoun agreement, with a note on "it" and "they." Lastly, the slides provide instructions for how to monitor pronoun use in Microsoft Word.


Psychology 101: Introduction To Psychology Syllabus 8 Week Fall 2018, Sarah Grison Oct 2018

Psychology 101: Introduction To Psychology Syllabus 8 Week Fall 2018, Sarah Grison

Psychology Courses

No abstract provided.


Psychology 101: Introduction To Psychology Syllabus Fall 2018, Sarah Grison Oct 2018

Psychology 101: Introduction To Psychology Syllabus Fall 2018, Sarah Grison

Psychology Courses

No abstract provided.


Best Practices For Teaching Teenagers And Young Adults, Lisa Lyne, Nick Elder, Sarah Grison Aug 2018

Best Practices For Teaching Teenagers And Young Adults, Lisa Lyne, Nick Elder, Sarah Grison

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This workshop from the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Parkland College deals with the unique challenges that come with teaching teens and young adults and provides practical ideas for helping young college students succeed


Natural Sciences At Parkland College, Parkland College Natural Sciences, Britt Carlson, Scott Siechen, David Wilson, Heidi Leuszler, Christina Beatty, Amy Nicely, Lori Garrett, Lori Wendt, David Leake, Rich Blazier May 2018

Natural Sciences At Parkland College, Parkland College Natural Sciences, Britt Carlson, Scott Siechen, David Wilson, Heidi Leuszler, Christina Beatty, Amy Nicely, Lori Garrett, Lori Wendt, David Leake, Rich Blazier

Department of Natural Sciences Newsletter

The Parkland College Natural Sciences Department Newsletter for Spring 2018 -- this issue features a review of ZipGrade, a summary of efforts to provide Green Infrastructure Certification at Parkland, a report on the Illinois Science Olympiad (Parkland has hosted the Regional Tournament for eight years), news from Phi Theta Kappa and the Natural Sciences Club, and on the Planetarium's upcoming upgrade, as well as what what to expect with the new D2L/Cobra upgrade, a celebration of Parkland Teaching Excellence Award winner Chris Warren, and the second part in a series on the history of Natural Sciences at Parkland by ...


History 102 History Of Western Civilization Ii Group Assignment On Globalism Spring 2018, John Poling Apr 2018

History 102 History Of Western Civilization Ii Group Assignment On Globalism Spring 2018, John Poling

History Courses

No abstract provided.


Anthropology 103 Cultural Anthropology Article Analysis And Discussion Activity Spring 2018, Lauren Anaya Apr 2018

Anthropology 103 Cultural Anthropology Article Analysis And Discussion Activity Spring 2018, Lauren Anaya

Anthropology Courses

This analysis and discussion activity uses the article, "Who Has Time for Cejf? Post-Socialist Migration and Slow Coffee in Neoliberal Chicago" by Ana Croegaert (American Anthropologist. 2011;113(3):463-77).


Anthropology 101: Introduction To Anthropology Syllabus Spring 2018, Isabel Scarborough Ph.D. Apr 2018

Anthropology 101: Introduction To Anthropology Syllabus Spring 2018, Isabel Scarborough Ph.D.

Anthropology Courses

No abstract provided.


Geography 140 World Geography, Russia Preconception Check Spring 2018, Brooke Ferguson Apr 2018

Geography 140 World Geography, Russia Preconception Check Spring 2018, Brooke Ferguson

Geography Courses

No abstract provided.


Psychology 101: Introduction To Psychology Syllabus Spring 2018, Sarah Grison Apr 2018

Psychology 101: Introduction To Psychology Syllabus Spring 2018, Sarah Grison

Psychology Courses

This is the syllabus for the Spring 2018 session of Psychology 101, submitted as evidence for the Global Studies Initiative with annotations related to the project.


Anthropology 101: Introduction To Anthropology Indirect Assessment Spring 2018, Isabel Scarborough Ph.D. Apr 2018

Anthropology 101: Introduction To Anthropology Indirect Assessment Spring 2018, Isabel Scarborough Ph.D.

Anthropology Courses

This post course survey for Anthropology 101 collects data on students' familiarity with other cultures before and after taking the course.


Anthropology 101: Introduction To Anthropology Class Activity On Global Inequalities Spring 2018, Isabel Scarborough Ph.D. Apr 2018

Anthropology 101: Introduction To Anthropology Class Activity On Global Inequalities Spring 2018, Isabel Scarborough Ph.D.

Anthropology Courses

This group discussion class activity for Anthropology 101 focuses on the topics of nation building, ethnocentrism, naturalizing discourses, and cultural relativism. In addition to the course text, the activity uses: Howard, Kevin, ‘National Identity, Moral Panic and East European Folk Devils’, in Globalization, Migration and Social Transformation: Ireland in Europe and the World, ed. by Bryan Fanning and Ronald Munck (Farnham, UK and Burlington, USA: Ashgate, 2011), pp.169-181. The film clip mentioned in the assignment is from Russia on Four Wheels, Part 2 (2014), BBC, available for Films on Demand subscribers.


Anthropology 103 Introduction To Cultural Anthropology Syllabus Spring 2018, Lauren Anaya Apr 2018

Anthropology 103 Introduction To Cultural Anthropology Syllabus Spring 2018, Lauren Anaya

Anthropology Courses

No abstract provided.


History 102 History Of Western Civilization Ii Syllabus Spring 2018, John Poling Apr 2018

History 102 History Of Western Civilization Ii Syllabus Spring 2018, John Poling

History Courses

No abstract provided.


Sociology 101 Introduction To Sociology Syllabus Spring 2018, Evelyn Reynolds Apr 2018

Sociology 101 Introduction To Sociology Syllabus Spring 2018, Evelyn Reynolds

Sociology Courses

No abstract provided.


History 105 History Of The United States From 1877 To The Present Syllabus Spring 2018, Marsh Jones Apr 2018

History 105 History Of The United States From 1877 To The Present Syllabus Spring 2018, Marsh Jones

History Courses

No abstract provided.


Geography 140 World Geography, Europe Preconception Check Spring 2018, Brooke Ferguson Apr 2018

Geography 140 World Geography, Europe Preconception Check Spring 2018, Brooke Ferguson

Geography Courses

No abstract provided.


Teaching Toolbox Series: Using "Plickers" To Increase Engagement And Learning, Sarah Grison Feb 2018

Teaching Toolbox Series: Using "Plickers" To Increase Engagement And Learning, Sarah Grison

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This slide presentation for the Center for Excellence in Teaching at Learning at Parkland College shares the virtues of plickers with faculty and provides resources for how to begin using them in class.


Weresolve: A New Program To Help Students Reduce Conflict And Improve Communication, Marietta Turner, Joseph Omo-Osagie Feb 2018

Weresolve: A New Program To Help Students Reduce Conflict And Improve Communication, Marietta Turner, Joseph Omo-Osagie

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This is a workshop provided to faculty at Parkland College about WeResolve a peer mediated conflict resolution program led by students from the Student Life Leadership Academy and designed to facilitate improved communication for students during conflict.


Service-Learning At Parkland College, Brian Nudelman Feb 2018

Service-Learning At Parkland College, Brian Nudelman

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This slide presentation presented for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Parkland College demonstrates how service learning opportunities engage the community in learning by defining what service learning is, outlining the benefits to students, faculty, community, and the college and featuring some of the service learning activities and volunteerism resources available to students and faculty.


Parkland Honors Program, Marsh Jones Feb 2018

Parkland Honors Program, Marsh Jones

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This slide presentation for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Parkland College summarizes the benefits for students participating in the honors program.


Faculty & Staff Supporting Students Thru Study Abroad, Jody Littleton Feb 2018

Faculty & Staff Supporting Students Thru Study Abroad, Jody Littleton

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This slide presentation for the Center of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Parkland College outlines the opportunities for staff and faculty to participate in the study abroad program and how to promote the program to students.


Better Student Success Through Better Accessibility, Ellen Zimmerman, Kristen Stephens, Lori Wendt, Laura Wright Jan 2018

Better Student Success Through Better Accessibility, Ellen Zimmerman, Kristen Stephens, Lori Wendt, Laura Wright

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This is the supplemental slide presentation that accompanied a presentation detailing accessibility services offered to students with diverse needs at Parkland College.


Diversifying Your Toolkit For Learners: Evidence-Based Strategies For Supporting Success In Diverse Learners, Regan A.R. Gurung Jan 2018

Diversifying Your Toolkit For Learners: Evidence-Based Strategies For Supporting Success In Diverse Learners, Regan A.R. Gurung

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

This slide presentation accompanied a workshop delivered to Parkland College faculty. Using research findings from psychology, education, and related field, Dr. Garung summarized evidence-based approaches that support learning, improves instructional design (including increasing rapport and pedagogy changes), and facilitates assessment to support diverse learners.


Working Together To Cultivate Learning: Transcending Individual Differences And Inspiring Change, Regan A.R. Gurung Jan 2018

Working Together To Cultivate Learning: Transcending Individual Differences And Inspiring Change, Regan A.R. Gurung

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Workshops

In his keynote address to the faculty of Parkland College, Dr. Gurung provides a new way to think about learning, as a lifelong change that takes into account all types of students who are in the process of learning, and explicitly focuses on the diverse characteristics of the students, outlines the main factors influencing traditional and lifelong learning, and offers pragmatic methods to motivate learners. This document is the slide presentation of his address.


How To Have Your Cake And Eat It Too: Embedding Experimental Research In Your Courses To Improve Student Learning And Performance, Sarah Grison Jan 2018

How To Have Your Cake And Eat It Too: Embedding Experimental Research In Your Courses To Improve Student Learning And Performance, Sarah Grison

Psychology Faculty

Are you interested both in psychology research and in using findings to improve student learning? In fact, many psychology teachers view themselves as teacher-scholars. However, many of us also wonder how we can translate research into classroom practices and determine whether they impact student performance and learning. The goal of this interactive workshop is to provide a practical and effective way to support the needs of teacher-scholars. We aim to achieve this goal by using an approach called evidence-based teaching and learning, where teachers explore new research in the field, develop experimental classroom studies, and use the findings to improve ...


Apa References For Websites (Handout0, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Apa References For Websites (Handout0, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

APA (American Psychological Association) Documentation

This handout provides guidelines for creating references for websites according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition.


Apa References For Media (Slides And Video), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Apa References For Media (Slides And Video), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

APA (American Psychological Association) Documentation

This slide and video presentation demonstrates how to create references for media (Television, CDs, DVDs) according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition.


Apa In-Text Citations For Print And Electronic Sources (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Apa In-Text Citations For Print And Electronic Sources (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

APA (American Psychological Association) Documentation

This slide and video presentation demonstrates how to insert in-text citations referring to print and electronic sources into writing following the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition.


Transitions (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Transitions (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

Paragraphs

This handout identifies and categorizes transitional words that can be used to connect one idea to the next and provides examples.