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Preparing the Next Generation of Instructors - Shared screen with speaker view
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
30:47
Apologies for the prompt start everyone, I like to be punctual about the start times. Feel free to send any questions here!
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
31:31
Welcome to today’s Chronicle of Higher Education’s virtual forum.A reminder: Please use the Q&A box to ask questions or make comments.We’ll respond with “Posting” to indicate that your question or comment is now visible to all attendees.Our hosts and panelists will answer as many questions as they can.All of the questions and comments inform our coverage — articles, reports, and events.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days.Closed captioning is available.This session is underwritten by Adobe.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
32:37
Welcome to today’s Chronicle of Higher Education’s virtual forum.A reminder: Please use the Q&A box to ask questions or make comments.We’ll respond with “Posting” to indicate that your question or comment is now visible to all attendees.Our hosts and panelists will answer as many questions as they can.All of the questions and comments inform our coverage — articles, reports, and events.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days.Closed captioning is available.This session is underwritten by Adobe.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
33:50
The first session (2-2:30 pm ET) –Moderator: Ian Wilhelm, Assistant Managing Editor, The ChronicleOur panel is:Ginger Clark, Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs, University of Southern CaliforniaAndrea Follmer Greenhoot, Director and Gautt Teaching Scholar, Center for Teaching Excellence, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of KansasAbrar Hammoud, Clinical Assistant Professor, Purdue University's Polytechnic Institute
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
34:09
Resources to further the conversation:A Chronicle article: “The Damaging Myth of the Natural Teacher: Despite decades of evidence, good teaching is still considered more art than science. That’s hurting faculty and students alike.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/the-damaging-myth-of-the-natural-teacherSign up for The Chronicle’s weekly newsletter on teachinghttps://www.chronicle.com/newsletter/teaching
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
37:59
From The Chronicle’s Teaching Newsletter: “Overcoming the Barriers Toward Better Teaching”https://www.chronicle.com/newsletter/teaching/2022-01-27
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
38:06
USC’s Excellence in Teaching Initiativehttps://cet.usc.edu/usc-excellence-in-teaching-initiative/Impact at Purduehttps://www.purdue.edu/impact/More on TEval, which the U. of Kansas is a part ofhttps://teval.net/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
43:04
A Chronicle article: “A University Overhauled Its Course Evaluation to Get Better Feedback. Here’s What Changed.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/a-university-overhauled-its-course-evaluation-to-get-better-feedback-heres-what-changed/
Ginger Clark, USC
45:55
USC Definition of Excellence in Teaching https://cet.usc.edu/about/usc-definition-of-excellence-in-teaching/
Ginger Clark, USC
46:35
Peer Review Resources: https://cet.usc.edu/resources/instructor-course-evaluation/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
46:54
USC’s Definition of Excellence in Teaching:https://cet.usc.edu/about/usc-definition-of-excellence-in-teaching/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
47:25
USC’s Peer Review Resourceshttps://cet.usc.edu/resources/instructor-course-evaluation/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
53:02
Resources to further the conversation:A Chronicle article: “The Damaging Myth of the Natural Teacher: Despite decades of evidence, good teaching is still considered more art than science. That’s hurting faculty and students alike.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/the-damaging-myth-of-the-natural-teacherSign up for The Chronicle’s weekly newsletter on teachinghttps://www.chronicle.com/newsletter/teaching
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
53:13
From The Chronicle’s Teaching Newsletter: “Overcoming the Barriers Toward Better Teaching”https://www.chronicle.com/newsletter/teaching/2022-01-27A Chronicle article: “A University Overhauled Its Course Evaluation to Get Better Feedback. Here’s What Changed.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/a-university-overhauled-its-course-evaluation-to-get-better-feedback-heres-what-changed/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
53:37
Impact at Purduehttps://www.purdue.edu/impact/More on TEval, which the U. of Kansas is a part ofhttps://teval.net/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
53:57
USC’s Excellence in Teaching Initiativehttps://cet.usc.edu/usc-excellence-in-teaching-initiative/USC’s Definition of Excellence in Teaching:https://cet.usc.edu/about/usc-definition-of-excellence-in-teaching/USC’s Peer Review Resourceshttps://cet.usc.edu/resources/instructor-course-evaluation/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
58:59
The second session (2:30-2:45 pm ET) –Liz McMillen, Executive Editor, The ChronicleAndMelissa Vito, Vice Provost for Academic Innovation, University of Texas, San Antonio
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:03:18
A reminder to our audience: If you’ve answered our poll, please let me know why you answered the way you did in the Q&A.
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:14:11
The third session (2:45-3:15 pm ET) --Moderator: Ian Wilhelm, Assistant Managing Editor, The ChronicleOur panel is:Ginger Clark, Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs, University of Southern CaliforniaAndrea Follmer Greenhoot, Director and Gautt Teaching Scholar, Center for Teaching Excellence, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of KansasAbrar Hammoud, Clinical Assistant Professor, Purdue University's Polytechnic Institute
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:15:36
Resources to further the conversation:A Chronicle article: “The Damaging Myth of the Natural Teacher: Despite decades of evidence, good teaching is still considered more art than science. That’s hurting faculty and students alike.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/the-damaging-myth-of-the-natural-teacherSign up for The Chronicle’s weekly newsletter on teachinghttps://www.chronicle.com/newsletter/teaching
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:15:45
From The Chronicle’s Teaching Newsletter: “Overcoming the Barriers Toward Better Teaching”https://www.chronicle.com/newsletter/teaching/2022-01-27A Chronicle article: “A University Overhauled Its Course Evaluation to Get Better Feedback. Here’s What Changed.”https://www.chronicle.com/article/a-university-overhauled-its-course-evaluation-to-get-better-feedback-heres-what-changed/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:15:54
Impact at Purduehttps://www.purdue.edu/impact/More on TEval, which the U. of Kansas is a part ofhttps://teval.net/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:16:02
USC’s Excellence in Teaching Initiativehttps://cet.usc.edu/usc-excellence-in-teaching-initiative/USC’s Definition of Excellence in Teaching:https://cet.usc.edu/about/usc-definition-of-excellence-in-teaching/USC’s Peer Review Resourceshttps://cet.usc.edu/resources/instructor-course-evaluation/
Luna Laliberte (she/ella), The Chronicle
01:47:20
Thank you all for joining today’s session. And thanks to everyone who offered questions or comments. All of them inform our coverage.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days. That email will also include the resources shared in the chat.