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Supervising Teachers: An Edification And Instructional Model, Timothy L. Heaton Nov 2012

Supervising Teachers: An Edification And Instructional Model, Timothy L. Heaton

Education Faculty Presentations

Using current research and the Praxis III model, supervisory techniques will be presented as well as checklists for supervision of classroom instruction.


Helping First-Year Teachers Survive, Timothy L. Heaton Nov 2012

Helping First-Year Teachers Survive, Timothy L. Heaton

Education Faculty Presentations

This workshop gives ideas to administrators from the research and actual experience of what really is helpful to first year teachers, including protecting them from over commitment, structured support systems in the school for the spouse, finances, locating resources for education, classroom management, positive mentoring from other teachers, and other helpful hints to keep the first year teacher from burning out and want to return to your school.


Getting Started In The Library: A Sacred Heart University Colloquium On Information Literacy, Amy Jansen Oct 2012

Getting Started In The Library: A Sacred Heart University Colloquium On Information Literacy, Amy Jansen

Library Publications

Presentation by Amy Jansen, Business & Web Experience Librarian at the Ryan Matura Library of Sacred Heart University, for students, covering the basics of college undergraduate research.


Bridging The Gap Through Collaboration:, Rebecca Arliss, Carlos Arguelles, Rodolfo Hernandez May 2012

Bridging The Gap Through Collaboration:, Rebecca Arliss, Carlos Arguelles, Rodolfo Hernandez

Publications and Research

No abstract provided.


Information Literacy And Critical Thinking: Applying Elements To Academic Research Practices In The First Year, Sara Mccaslin Feb 2012

Information Literacy And Critical Thinking: Applying Elements To Academic Research Practices In The First Year, Sara Mccaslin

UC Publications

No abstract provided.


First Step In Course Planning: Writing Effective Learning Objectives, Kun Huang Jan 2012

First Step In Course Planning: Writing Effective Learning Objectives, Kun Huang

Course Design

A well-planned course begins with effective learning objectives that are well aligned with learning activities and assessments. This workshop targets writing learning objectives for medical and health science education. It provides a big picture of the role of learning objectives in a course, as well as the techniques in writing effective, measurable objectives. Example objectives are presented, and the ways to improve them are discussed.