Teaching….If only we knew the questions!. New Faculty Orientation September 7, 2010. Agenda. Welcome, overview of session Introductions – the panelists! Teaching . . . what’s my question? q uestion generation: 4-6 participants/group A dialogue - participants and panelists
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New Faculty Orientation
September 7, 2010
two-minute memo, resources, other
HerePeter FarrugiaContemporary Studies
HereMichael ImortGeography and Environmental Studies
MF (Freiburg), PhD (Queen’s)
To learn, students must be actively engaged with instructor, peers and course material. Teachers must create learning environments that foster and promote such engagement.
Locating our questions...
. . . If only we knew the questions?
The question I have about teaching is:
name [please print]
e-mail [please print]
. . . what your colleagues (the panelistsand peers) have to say!
Your response ….
Follow-up – Q&A posted on New Faculty Orientation Page (www.wlu.ca/edev)
“An answer is a place where we can fall asleep as life moves past us to its next question.”
–Rachel Naomi Remen
-- Paul Ramsden, 1992
two minute memo
name [Please print.] date
1. What is the most significant thing you learned in this session?
2. What question is uppermost in your mind at the end of this session?
If there are other observations you wish to bring to the attention
of the presenters, please write them on the back side. Thank you.