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Events

Apr 10 2014

NYIT Anatomy Professors Awarded NSF Grant for Evolutionary Studies

Apr 04 2014

NYIT Expert to Lecture on Nation’s Physician Shortage and Poverty

Apr 03 2014

NSF Grant Supports NYIT’s “Clean Water Matters” Workshop in China

Apr 03 2014

NYIT and Peking University Address the Water-Energy Nexus in China

Apr 01 2014

NYIT Tackles Type 2 Diabetes with Surveys and Prevention Workshop

Apr 16 2014

Charlie Chaplin Film Celebration

Apr 16 2014

2014 NYIT JUFE Graduation and Luncheon

Apr 16 2014

LinkedIn 101

Apr 17 2014

U.S. China Ecopartnership Conference: The Water-Energy Nexus, Sustainability and Global Challenges

Apr 17 2014

Michael Maiese, AIA

Long-Term Programming

Long-term programming is tailored to the needs and interests of specific groups. Types of long-term programming includes:

New Faculty Members
New faculty members participate in a full-day orientation prior to the start of their first academic year, followed by monthly workshops. Topics include: institutional data and student demographics; first day of classes; development of a sound syllabus; defining and assessing student learning outcomes; learning styles/teaching styles; campus support services; student advising; student evaluation of teaching; small groups in the classroom; the reappointment process; long-range career planning. Long-term plans for the Center for Teaching and Learning include the establishment of a new faculty mentoring program.
 

Online Learning: An Overview
This eight-week, fully online course lets faculty members experience online learning from the perspective of a student, and introduces the key elements of an online course.  Topics include:

  • the changed role of both students and faculty members in the online environment;
  • building a learning community through communication and collaboration; and
  • how to modify course content to best suit the medium.

Participants work collaboratively with peers to analyze and assess online course design elements and technologies, by critiquing online courses in different disciplines. Each participant takes one unit of a course they teach face-to-face and redesigns it for online learning.
 

Partners-in-Learning
Faculty members pair across schools to observe each others’ classrooms and interview the students. Partners meet regularly to share findings, and all the partners meet monthly to explore selected topics in more detail.
 

Faculty Learning Communities 
A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) is an interdisciplinary group of 6-8 faculty members who meet regularly to discuss topics of mutual interest as they work on projects within a common, mutually supportive environment. Members participate in frequent seminars and other activities, and form a close-knit community that encourages social, intellectual, and reflective discussion. FLC 2014

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Manager, Course Development
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