Workshops Calendar

If you are unable to attend an event in person and would like to participate virtually, please inquire at fctl@ucf.edu about online options such as Skype or Adobe Connect.

February 2016 Calendar of Events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

2

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
SoTL Award Workshops
 

3

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club: Whistling Vivaldi
 
Classroom Conversations about Academic Integrity
 

4

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club and Brown Bag for Honors Faculty: Minds on Fire
 

5

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

6

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

7

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

8

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

9

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

10

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club: Whistling Vivaldi
 

11

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Science of Learning Workshop
 

12

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

13

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

14

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

15

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Science of Learning Workshop
 

16

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club: Teach Students How to Learn
 

17

Active Learning Overview Workshop
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club: Whistling Vivaldi
 

18

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club and Brown Bag for Honors Faculty: Minds on Fire
 

19

Writing a Journal Article in Twelve Weeks Faculty Development Cohort
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

20

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

21

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

22

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

23

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Active Learning Overview Workshop
 

24

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Book Club: Whistling Vivaldi
 
Surprising Reasons Why Students Commit Academic Misconduct
 

25

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

26

Writing a Journal Article in Twelve Weeks Faculty Development Cohort
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

27

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

28

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

29

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
How to Use Turnitin.com
 
Reporting Academic Misconduct within an Online Course
 
 

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Kevin Mackie
College of Engineering and Computer Science Kevin Mackie I believe in challenging students with concepts and historical, theoretical, and contemporary problems while sharing my passion for the subject matter. Ensuring students are forced to think for themselves is essential. I accomplish this in my classes through team and individual problem-solving sessions, and compli...

Humberto Lopez
College of Arts and Humanities Humberto   Lopez If I were to encapsulate the most important principle in my teaching philosophy it would be that one must enjoy being a teacher in order to be a good one. I am passionate about education because I am a learner myself who believes that learning should be curiosity driven, active, and enjoyable, and should emphasize...

Suha Saleh
College of Health and Public Affairs Suha  Saleh As a teacher, I learned that students are motivated not only by enthusiasm but also by organization, clarity, scholarship, and good teaching techniques of classroom conduct. Motivation is as important as intelligence in influencing student learning. Studies have found that motivation ranks above intellect, peer ...