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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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Writing in General Education: Models, Examples, Imperatives
Panelists Laura Fishman (History & Philosophy), Jim Papa (English), and Mark Schuller (Social Sciences) will discuss why general education should place a significant emphasis on learning to write/writing to learn and provide models and examples for engaging students in developing their writing skills.
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Technology and Institutional Culture
Robert Knipe, Dean of Learning Technologies, Genesee Community College, will discuss the role of institution culture in shaping effective use of technology in pedagogy.
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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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Critical Thinking in General Education: Models, Examples, Imperatives
Panelists Jim Como (Fine Arts), Conrad Dyer (Behavioral Sciences), and Veronica Shipp (Teacher Education) will discuss why general education should place a significant emphasis on critical thinking and provide models and examples for engaging students in developing critical thinking skills.
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Ethical Issues in Teaching
The teaching role carries with it a wide range of ethical responsibilities and dilemmas. Panelists Bill Ashton (Behavioral Sciences), Tim Kirk (History & Philosophy), Mary Jo Kranacher (Business & Accounting), and Vadim Moldovan (Social Sciences) will discuss ethical issues that arise in teaching involving students, the profession, and the institution and propose ethical strategies and approaches to address these issues. Participants will consider practices that promote professionalism and positively impact student learning.
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Writing in the Field: WAC Work in Professional Programs
Prsenters Bonnie Oglensky (Social Sciences) and Jennifer Worth (WAC Writing Fellow) will discuss efforts to help students develop professional writing skills in the field.
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Sticking with WAC: Teaching with Writing over the Long Haul
A panel of faculty from different departments and programs will discuss how they have implemented Writing Across the Curriculum principles to conduct teaching with writing over the long haul.
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Understanding and Engaging Millennial Students
CETL Speaker Forum: Richard Sweeney, University Librarian, NJ Institute of Technology
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2nd Annual CETL Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Poster Session
Poster Session: A demonstration of findings and outcomes by 2008-09 Title III Faculty Grant recipients
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