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Designing Writing Support for Your Course: How to Help the Writing Center Help Your Students
A workshop facilitated by York Writing Across the Curriculum Fellows
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Developing and Demonstrating Cultural Competence in Academic Advising
Please join us for this multimedia presentation, the first in the Enhancing Advisor Skills & Knowledge Series
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Developing Expertise: A Look across Helping Professions
Panel presented by Dana Fusco, Teacher Education, Beverly Horowitz, Occupational Therapy, Lilly Matthew, Nursing, Claudette McFarquhar, Nursing, and Vadim Moldovan, Social Work. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
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Discipline and Classroom Management
A workshop presented by Debra Glaser, Health & Physical Education and Mitchell Brodsky, Health & Physical Education
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Discussion as a Way of Teaching
CETL Speaker Forum with Dr. Stephen Preskill, Department of Education, Wagner College
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Documenting the Scholarship of Teaching through a Course Portfolio
CETL Speaker Forum with Dr. Cheryl Albers, Department of Sociology, Buffalo State University
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Doing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL): Participating in the Title III Faculty Grant Program
Panelists Emily Davidson (Physicians Assistant Program), Leslie Keiler (Teacher Education), and George White (History & Philosophy) will discuss the benefits and challenges in participating in the York College Title III Faculty Grant Program and how their participation has affected their teaching and scholarship.
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Don't Wait for the Writing Center: Strategies for Addressing Grammar in Classroom Assignments
Presenters Heather Robinson (English, Director of the Writing Center) and Sundeep Bisla (English) will discuss simple ways to address some of the common sentence-level issues that arise in student writing across the disciplines.
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Engaging Students in Classroom Discussion
It is easy to say "get students to participate in classroom discussion." But how does one do that when they offer excuses such as "I have not done the reading"? This panel will offer suggestions based on experiences of teaching across the curriculum in order to give a running start to a discussion among those in attendance. Facilitated by Professors Howard Ruttenberg, History and Philosophy, Mitchell Brodsky, Health and Physical Education, Matthew Corcoran, English, and Ryan Ruby, Philosophy Adjunct Lecturer. Sponsored by The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
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Enhancing Advisor Skills & Knowledge Series
The Art and Science of Communication in Transformational Advising.
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