Upcoming Events TLPDC Center


 

WILEY LEARNING INSTITUTE:  ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
For Higher Education Faculty and Campus Leaders
Register @ www.WileyLearningInstitute.com or call 1.800.245.6217
 
Visit the Texas College and Career Readiness Network website
or contact Amy Williams aewill@cemtral.uh.edu


MAGNA  20 MINUTE MENTOR  SERIES:  LRC-235:  MTWTh: 10 - noon & 2-3 p.m.;  F: 10-noon, 685-4625
 
JANUARY & FEBRUARY, 2016
LEARNER-CENTERED TEACHING--WHERE SHOULD I START?
HOW DO I GET MORE STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN CLASS?
WHAT IF A STUDENT ASKS A QUESTION I CAN'T ANSWER?
HOW DO I GET STUDENTS TO READ THEIR ASSIGNMENTS BEFORE CLASS?
HOW CAN I PROMOTE DEEP, LASTING STUDENT LEARNING?
HOW CAN I HELP STUDENTS DEVELOP CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS?
HOW CAN I USE VOICE FEEDBACK TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING?
HOW DO I GIVE FEEDBACK THAT IMPROVES STUDENT WRITING?
HOW TO DETECT AND PREVENT PLAGARISM IN THE ONLINE CLASSROOM

INTERNET RESEARCH AND INFORMATION LITERACY:  EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES AND CAUTIONARY TALES
Part 1:  Effective Internet Search:  Basic Tools and Advanced Strategies
Part 2:  Plagarism 2.0, Information Ethics in the Digital Age
Part 3:  Recognizing Online Propaganda, Bias, and Advertising
THE ART OF TEACHING: BEST PRACTICES FROM A MASTER EDUCATOR, SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS

  

MARCH,  2016
HOW FLEXIBLE SHOULD I BE WITH NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS?
WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT FEELING TIRED, STRESSED, AND BURNED OUT?
WHAT ARE THE THREE WORST MISTAKES TO MAKE IN THE CLASSROOM?
HOW CAN I LEARN STUDENT NAMES?
HOW  CAN  I CLARIFY FUZZY LEARNING GOALS?
CELL PHONES, LAPTOPS, AND FACE BOOK:  WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT THEM?
HOW SHOULD I RESPOND TO WRONG  (OR NOT VERY GOOD ) ANSWERS?
WHAT CAN I LEARN FROM STUDENT RATINGS?
WHAT SHOULD I DO WHEN A STUDENT CHEATS?
TEACHER'S GUIDE TO BULLYING PREVENTION
CYBERBULLIES
BULLIES
SCHOOL CRIME:  HOW TO FIGHT IT:  PARTS 1,2,3
THE ART OF TEACHING:  BEST PRACTICES FROM A MASTER EDICATPR. SCOEMCE & MATHEMATICS



APRIL & MAY, 2016


MAKING A DIFFERENCE:  GREAT TEACHERS, PARTS 1,2,3
REPEAT ANY OF THE PREVIOUS SERIES.
THE ACT OF TEACHING:  PART 1:   TECHNIQUES FOR CLASSROOMS AND PRESENTATIONS
                                       PART 2:  PHYSICAL AND VOCAL EXERCISES
RACE IN THE CLASSROOM   &  WOMEN IN THE CLASSROOM
DECLINING BY DEGREES:  HIGHER EDUCATION AT RISK
WHAT SHOULD I DO WHEN A STUDENT CHEATS?
LOOK FOR FREE WEBINARS FROM THE NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
LEARNING RESOURCES NETWORK(LERN):  info@lern.org 
THE ART OF TEACHING:  BEST PRACTICES FROM A MASTER EDUCATOR, SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS
 

 

         THECB  ONLINE DATA MODULES :  http://www.txprofdev.org/
CRITICAL THINKING
FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
READING COMPREHENSION
ONLINE TEACHING
MAKING DECISIONS WITH DATA
UNDERSTANDING DATA ANALYSIS


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P-16 DATA RESOURCES:  http://www.txhighereddata.org/Reports/Performance/p16data/

HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE LINKAGES:  http://www.txhighereddata.org/Interactive/HSCollLink.cfm

PATHWAYS PROJECT:  http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/pathways Site to learn more about vertical alignment collaboration between K-12 institutions and higher education....

THECB on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/Texas.Pathways  To get project updates and related news

Learning Resources Network(LERN)info@lern.org

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VALUABLE RESOURCE:  THE LEAGUE FOR INNOVATION IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, www.league.org

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BUILDING YOUR STUDENTS INTO PEAK PERFORMERS
ON COURSE (STUDENT SUCCESS STRATEGIES) events@regonline.com




NOTE: WHAT SHOULD I DO WHEN A STUDENT CHEATS? has been added to the PD/TLC resources for April &  May.
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2016 LERN ANNUAL CONFERENCE @ HILTON BALTIMORE, NOVEMBER 17-19, 2016(Preconference seminars Nov. 16)
WWW.LERN.ORG
For additional information, check the bulletin board in the PD/TLC-LRC-235

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDIT AVAILABLE THROUGH  LERNE-MAIL FOR MORE INFORMATION:  JFULLER@MIDLAND.EDU


The Midland College Teaching and Learning Professional Development Center is a faculty-driven resource center, designed to promote teaching excellence as well as collaborative initiatives to enhance student learning.

James Fuller at (432) 685-4625/, Office; (432) 685-6898, PDT/L Center
jfuller@midland.edu