All seminars are held in Monroe Library, Multimedia II at 3:30 p.m.
New Pedagogies for Teaching Large Classes, Friday, Novmeber 15 Elizabeth Yost-Hammer, formerly of Loyola's Department of Psycholgy, is now running the Center for the Advancement of Teaching at Xavier University. In this program, Elizabeth will share how to teach large classes using innovative active learning techniques which enhance student engagement and success. This seminar is the not to be missed event of the semester!
Getting your Students to Read, Friday, November 1 (past)
Dr. Angel Parham and Dr. Daniella Zsupan-Jerome present.
Internal and External Grants, Friday, September 27 (past)
How to Incorporate Writing into your Courses without Killing Yourself, Friday, October 4 (past)
All sessions are held in Monroe Library, CFI Conference Room (334) at 3:30 p.m.
Incorporating Writing, Wednesday, October 9
Creative Teaching, Wednesday, November 6
Igatian Faculty Fellows Program, Spring 2014. For more information, click here.
The Belize Faculty Staff Experience, scheduled for mid-May 2014 is one of the signature programs sponsored by Mission and Ministry. Faculty and staff who have attended admit to being transformed as individuals and recentered as professionals working for the betterment of others. The deadline for applying is November 15.
Teaching in the New Common Curriculum, Monday, August 19, 8:30 a.m. - 12 noon, Monroe Library, Multimedia 2. For a complete schedule, click here. Please contact John Sebastian, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information, including program presentations and handouts.
The orientation all new faculty receive before classes begin continues throughout the fall semester with specially designed events that will address various topics.
Click here for the New Faculty Resource Guide.
Click here for the schedule.
Our largest enhancement program is the Faculty Academy, in which teachers preparing to teach First-Year Seminars meet throughout the spring semester to discuss successful teaching techniques, assignments, and syllabi. Academy leaders are experienced First-Year Seminar faculty who shape an extensive program of readings and young adult cognitive development, developmental learning, writing-to-learn, teaching critical thinking through problem-solving, writing, and discussion, experiential learning, and teaching innovation through technology, incorporating Jesuit values.
The Faculty Academy meets May 12 through May 16, 2014 in Monroe Library, Seminar Room 4. During the Academy, participants complete a course syllabus and assessment plan.