Category Archives: Faculty Development

Teach naked!

I like and agree with most of this:  http://bcove.me/wocl0ygj How about you?  What do you think?

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Quotable

“I think that we, as theological school faculty, have been so caught up in the modernist educational paradigm of “covering the field” that we are afraid to remember that all we can do is support our students’ learning, we cannot … Continue reading

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Product vs. Experience

The more I see what things other institutions are doing with online learning, the more I continue to notice a similar theme taking place across higher education.  It seems that so many of the “successful” initiatives in online education become … Continue reading

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Upcoming Moodle workshops

Distributed Learning will begin offering a series of Moodle workshops for interested faculty and staff. These workshops will take place on the Pasadena campus and simultaneously via Polycom at our Regional Campuses. The first workshops will be geared to Moodle … Continue reading

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Sensemaking and teaching online

  Over the years of working with faculty to create and teach online courses, I’ve observed an interesting ‘phenomenon’.  I use the word phenomenon because faculty members rarely talk about it (especially amongst themselves), yet, almost all experience it.  It’s … Continue reading

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New faculty development course up and running

We kicked off our 3rd faculty development course this week with 25 new participants.  That makes a total of 66 faculty members we have worked with in less than a year! This course is an interesting one because we’re attempting … Continue reading

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Faculty training vs. Faculty development

Last year the Distributed Learning office began offering a course to teach faculty how to teach online.  This was the first time this sort of development piece was offered at Fuller.  It required faculty to commit to engaging with the … Continue reading

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