What if there was a way to prevent or reduce those student meetings at the end of the semester on cheating and academic dishonesty? This workshop will explore strategies for creating an environment of trust in your course that can promote academic integrity and examine ways to design assessments that can reduce the opportunity for cheating. We will also discuss the process of addressing academic integrity issues if they do arise. CETL is partnering with the Department of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity to deliver this workshop.
"Make it Stick" has been described as "the single best work I have encountered on the subject [of how students learn]" (Chronicle of Higher Education, April 2014). This informational webinar will share strategies based in cognitive psychology and the learning sciences that explore more efficient and effective ways to help students make it stick. Webinar link and information will be emailed to you a few days before the webinar.
Our previous workshops on motivation have focused on creating a supportive environment, enhancing student self-efficacy, and establishing the value of the material. In this workshop we will address new research that reveals that student motivation can be further enhanced with the establishment of rapport and trust between the faculty member and the students. Join us to explore this new information and discover more and better ways to motivate our students to succeed.
Instructional Designer and Part-Time Instructor
Educational Specialist for Part-time Faculty Support and Part-Time Instructor of American Studies
Instructors are learning new ways to help students become resilient in the face of failures. Join us for a workshop that provides a framework for flipping the mindset on failure. We will explore strategies to integrate into your current course design. Additionally, we will provide some background on the Complete College Georgia and Momentum Year.
Exams are a helpful assessment tool if aligned to your course objectives and goals. However, they can present a challenge with issues of academic dishonesty depending on the structure and design of the exam. This workshop will explore strategies for creating test questions and an environment that can promote academic integrity. We will also discuss the process of addressing academic integrity issues if they do arise. CETL is partnering with the Department of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity to deliver this workshop.
Midterms have passed and finals are coming up. These are two times in the semester when instances of academic dishonesty are at their highest. Do you feel comfortable and prepared in addressing academic dishonesty in your course? This workshop will provide you with step-by-step guidance on how to deal with occurrences of possible academic integrity issues. We will discuss what cheating might look like, how to deal with it, and provide guidance for discussion you may need to have with students. CETL is partnering with the Department of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity to deliver this workshop.