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News and Events
News
Events

Sep 19 2014

Dynamic, Radical Solutions Needed: 2014 Cybersecurity Conference Highlights

Sep 19 2014

NYIT Engineering Professor Wins NIH Grant for Robotics Research

Sep 17 2014

NYIT Holds Convocation for Medical and Health Professions Students

Sep 11 2014

NYIT Medical Researcher Wins NIH Grant for Cardiac Studies

Sep 09 2014

NYIT Ranked in Top Tier of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2015 Edition

Sep 20 2014

Women’s Tennis vs. Dowling

Sep 20 2014

Tri-Match: Volleyball vs. Mercy

Sep 20 2014

Men’s Lacrosse Alumni Game

Sep 20 2014

Tri-Match: Mercy vs. Caldwell

Sep 20 2014

Tri-Match: Volleyball vs. Caldwell

Individual Consultation

Individual consultations are available upon request and are always confidential. The Center for Teaching and Learning offers several types of consultations:

Drop-in Consultations
NYIT faculty members are invited to contact the Center for Teaching and Learning with questions on any aspect of their professional work: teaching, scholarship, service, community involvement, managing professional relationships, work-life balance, and professional growth.
 
Portfolio Review
Faculty members applying for retention, tenure, or promotion are welcome to bring their portfolios to the Center for Teaching and Learning for review prior to submission. Portfolios are reviewed for consistency with institutional criteria, organization, clarity, and appropriate emphasis of strengths. Consultations are also available after receipt of reappointment letters to design and implement changes based on recommendations the faculty member may have received.
 
Quick Course Diagnosis
Quick Course Diagnosis provides a way for faculty members to obtain data on how well students are learning in a particular course. The process takes approximately 20 minutes of class time and is facilitated by the Center for Teaching and Learning. Data are compiled in a format that lends itself to longitudinal assessment of any changes the faculty member might make in the course.
 
Teaching Consultation Process
The teaching consultation process offers individual faculty members the opportunity to take an in-depth look at a specific course over a semester, with the goal of improving student learning. The process starts with an initial interview to determine the specific areas of focus, followed by a classroom observation, administration and analysis of a detailed student evaluation of teaching, and videotaping of a class session. Each stage is accompanied by consultation with a CTL staff member, who helps the faculty member design an action plan in response to the findings and provides continued support the following semester, as the faculty member implements changes to the course and assesses their effectiveness. All work products are the property of the faculty member, who retains them at the conclusion of the consultation process.
 
Scholarship Consultation Process
The scholarship consultation process supports individual faculty members as they pursue their scholarly agendas. Topics include envisioning a new area of research, setting goals, time management, and support for writing.
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CTL Offices:
MA - EGGC 303
OW - Schure Hall 227A
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Francine Glazer - MA »

Assistant Provost/Director
Edward Guiliano Global Center, Room 702A
516.686.1288
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Francine Glazer - OW »

Assistant Provost/Director
Tower House, Room 208
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Jeahyeon Ahn »

Manager, Instructional Design
Harry J. Schure Hall, Room 227A
516.686.4031
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Olena Zhadko »

Manager, Course Development
Edward Guiliano Global Center, Room 304
646.273.6037
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