Spring 2016 GenEd Orientation

Friday,January 15, 2016 – noon to 4:15pm
 Morgan Hall D301 -1601 N. Broad St
 
OVERVIEW OF EVENTS
Lunch: 12:00-12:45
Plenary: 12:45-1:45
Break: 1:45-2:00
Round Table Session 1: 2:00-3:00
Round Table Session 2: 3:15-4:15
 

Sessions and Corresponding Documents:

  1. A Guide to Recertification (Istvan Varkonyi, Steve Kreinberg)
    1. Steve Kreinberg
      1. Music Studies 0802/0902 “The Art of Listening” recertification documents in Google Sites:
      2.  Music Studies 0812 “Exploring Music” recertification documents in Google Sites:
      3. General Information on Creating Google Sites:
      4. Dr. Steven Kreinberg Contact Information:
  2. Addressing GenEd Competencies in Large Classes (Sam Hodge)
    1. Sam Hodge
      1. PRESENTATION
  3. Assessment: Current Practices and Future Plans (Dana Dawson)
  4. Designing Effective Information Literacy Assignments: Alternatives to the Research Paper (Jenifer Baldwin, Caitlin Shanley)
    1. Caitlin Shanley
      1. 10 Ways to Improve Student Research
      2. Ten Ways to Improve Student Research
      3. Assignment Ideas
      4. List of Research Guides
  5. Engaging Philadelphia: Bringing the City Into Your GenEd Classroom (Deborah Block)
    1. Deborah Block
      1. http://gened.temple.edu /passport/
      2. http://theatrephiladelphia.org/
      3. http://philadelphiadance.org/
      4. http://asianartsinitiative.org/
      5. http://www.amla.org/
      6. https://www.philaculture.org/
      7. http://www.philadelphiahistory.org/
      8. http://tallerpr.org/
      9. http://www.aampmuseum.org/
  6. First-Time GenEd Instructors: Strategies for Success (Tom Wright)
  7. Graduate Student Instructors: Surviving Your GenEd (Travis Perry, Peshe Kuriloff)
    1. Travis Perry
      1. Reading Questions for Apology
      2. Mosaic I Study Guide, Midterm S15
      3. Syllabus IH851 F15, S173
    2. Peshe Kuriloff
      1. Mini-Research Assignment Guidelines
      2. Inquiry Assignment Guidelines
      3. Instructions for your research projects
      4. Rubric for evaluating research project
      5. Instructor Guidelines
  8. Teaching Race & Diversity (Debra Blair)
    1. Debra Blair
      1. GE Round Table Agenda
      2. edmodo_overview_teacher
      3. GenEd Round Table_Project Implicit
  9. Understanding GenEd Area Objectives: Arts (Alisha Nypaver )
  10. Understanding GenEd Area Objectives: Human Behavior (Mary Anne Gaffney and Cheri Carter)
  11.  Understanding GenEd Area Objectives: Quant Lit (Vallorie Peridier and Jonathan Scott)
    1. Jonathan Scott
      1. FIN 922, Investing for the Future, Sample Homeworks
      2. FIN 822, Investing for the Future, Sample Assignment
      3. FIN 922, Investing for the Future, Sample Syllabus
  12. Understanding GenEd Area Objectives: Science/Tech (Susan Varnum)
  13. Understanding GenEd Area Objectives: US Society (Ralph Young)
    1. Ralph Young
      1. History 0849 Syllabus Fall 15
      2. KWL2
      3. Library Project Rubric
      4. Open Note Rubric
  14. Understanding GenEd Area Objectives: World Society (Patricia Moore-Martinez)