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Student Engagement in College: The Heartbeat of Student Success (Part One of Two) (NISOD webinar)

Meeting Date(s):Friday, March 2, 2018
Time:12:00pm- 1:00pm
Instructor:Page Wolf
Audience:Faculty
Prerequisite:None
Contact Hours:1
Credit Type:

Per Adjunct Union Contract 3.G - Adjunct faculty will not be compensated for attending programs, workshops, seminars, courses or meetings to meet federal, state or grant requirements under which an adjunct provides instruction. Check with Division office for guidelines.

Adjunct faculty currently under contract will be compensated $35/contact hour up to a maximum of 11 contact hours for the academic year (fall and spring semesters combined; no summer stipends). Please note that there are some TLETC classes that are not offered for faculty credit.

Description:This is a two-part webinar series that challenges faculty and administrators to examine their levels of engagement in their community, committees, and student clubs. The webinar facilitator helps participants understand how their personal values correlate to their success in academia and demonstrates how to collaborate and develop partnerships with support services. By the end of these webinars, participants are able to apply methodological strategies to innovative teaching practices and implement new strategies that increase student and faculty engagement.

This first of the two webinars outlines key areas that align student engagement, theories, and methodology that are useful for increasing student success in and out of the classroom. Webinar participants discuss active-learning techniques, GRIT, building rapport with students, principles of effective coaching and facilitation, providing emotional support, and how to keep things in perspective. The webinar facilitator explores how these areas are supported by Blooms Taxonomy, Deweys Learning Theory, and Skinners Operant Conditioning. The webinar facilitator has used these theories to enhance collaboration among faculty, help students overcome challenges by teaching them success principles, create a learner-centered classroom with active and adaptive learning techniques, and increase learning by using her curriculum design theoretical experience.

Jarmese Sherrod, Professor, Developmental English and Media, and Advisor, Media and Communicator Club, Richland Community College

To view this NISOD webinar, after registering through the TLETC, please visit: http://www.nisod.org/webinars and register with NISOD with username-"clcillinois.edu" and password-"nisod76".

To earn TLETC credit for viewing this webinar, you will need to submit a 1-2 page summary NO LATER THAN March 9, 2018. The paper should include the following and should be emailed to pwolf@clcillinois.edu :

  • A summary of what the webinar was about
  • Main points from the presentation that stood out to you and why
  • Any questions that were generated from the topic or that remain unanswered
  • Commentary on how you might apply the information you learned from this session in your instruction