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Title: COM 101 Instructor Workshop


1
COM 101 Instructor Workshop
  • June 19, 2013

2
Welcome and Introductions
  • Name
  • Position
  • Department
  • Inspirational Quote

3
Whats in your packet?
  • Welcome Letter
  • Sample Syllabus
  • Instructor Task List
  • Instructor Salary
  • COM 101 Expectations
  • New Edition of On Course
  • Power Lecture CD-ROM
  • Facilitators Manual
  • Golden Grizzly Guide

4
Beth Talbert Faculty, Communication Department
5
Sara Webb Director, First Year Advising Center
6
Questions?
7
The Rest of the Day
  • Two Hour breakouts (30 minutes sessions in each)
  • Select one presentation to attend from each
    breakout and go the opposite at the 30 minute
    mark.
  • Grading and Accountability Panel at 200 PM
  • Wrap-up at conclusion of all breakouts
  • Connections instructors meet after wrap-up
  • lunch served at noon

8
Grading and Accountability
  • Panelists Amy Jacovetti, Roberta Rea, and Tricia
    Westergaard

9
Wrap-Up (Whats Next)
10
Next Steps
  • Syllabus Development
  • Welcome Letter
  • Review COM 101 Instructor site for resources
  • Input Pre and Post test scores for On Course
  • Link to tests can be found here
  • Dates will be added to your calendar for
    reference

11
Wrap-Up
  • Overview Task List Additional Information
  • Instructor Website oakland.edu/com101instructorh
    andbook
  • Instructor Expectations
  • Sample syllabi from Fall 2012
  • Standard Syllabus for Fall 2013 (note change in
    book rental information)
  • Updated Letters to Students (now include Part
    Two)
  • Updated A/V Equipment Information
  • Final room assignments made in mid-August

12
Instructor Expectations
  • Please see handout
  • Uniform curriculum
  • Classes must meet each week with both instructors
    present
  • Class sessions should be interactive
  • Instructors will use SAIL to submit mid-term and
    final grades

13
Course Assignments
  • You must include one assignment from each of the
    following categories
  • Group Project
  • Writing Assignment
  • Personal Interaction
  • Campus Involvement
  • Attendance and Participation points must still be
    given, however, they are not considered an
    assignment.

14
Course Assignments
  • Each assignment must be directly related to at
    least one course objective

Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Objective 4
Group Project Writing Assignment Personal
Interaction Campus Involvement
15
Course Objectives
  • Learn about campus resources and how to use them
  • Build positive relationships with peers, faculty,
    and staff
  • Explore personal strengths, abilities and
    interests and how they contribute to your college
    experience
  • Learn skills for successfully navigating the
    college environment

16
Points
  • The total points for the course must equal 400
  • You decide how many points each course assignment
    (and attendance/participation) is worth
  • You can give points for the self-assessment, if
    you wish
  • This would technically be the 5th assignment
  • COM 101 Grading Scale available on instructor
    website

17
On Course by Skip Downing
  • Chapter components
  • Focus Questions
  • Quotes Cartoons
  • Journal Entries
  • Case Studies in Critical Thinking
  • at Work
  • One Students Story
  • Wise Choices in College
  • Every chapter must be covered, but how much of
    the chapter you cover is up to you!

18
On Course by Skip Downing
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Self-Motivation
  • Self-Management
  • Interdependence
  • Self-Awareness
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Emotional Intelligence

19
On Course Assessment Results
Self-Responsibility Self-Motivation Self-Management Interdependence
Pre/Post 60.66/ 58.01 66.24 / 64.71 55.84 / 54.90 48.07 / 46.38
Change 2.65 1.53 .94 1.69
Self-Awareness Lifelong Learning Emotional Intelligence Belief in Themselves
Pre/Post 55.27 / 48.85 54.21 / 47.96 51.49 / 48.40 58.94/ 56.14
Change 6.41 6.25 3.09 2.81
Students with Both Pre Post Test Results 2012
319 2011 371 2010 416 2009 422
2008 312 2007 187
20
Assistance in the Future
  • Contact Yoel with any questions you may have
  • Reach out to current instructors some have been
    teaching for over 10 years
  • Refer back to the instructor website (No need to
    recreate the wheel)
  • Use facilitator manual along with Power Lecture,
    they are great resources

21
Questions?
22
  • Education is not the filling of a pail, but the
    lighting of a fire.

W.B. Yeats
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