Certificate of Completion
Managing a classroom is more than just being an expert in your field of study. Whether you are a tenured faculty or a new instructor, this certificate program will assist you in:
- Understanding today’s student and how to structure your class to foster a sense of belonging
- Developing proactive and reactive strategies for handling academic misconduct
- Practicing how to avoid and address classroom conflicts
- Attend four primary sessions
- Complete two elective sessions
Participants will have 3 academic semesters (not including summer semesters) to complete the certificate.
- Setting Classroom Expectations and Creating a Sense of Belonging - January 31
- Promoting Academic Integrity - February 12
- Addressing Common Violations - March 5
- Dealing with the Unexpected: Classroom Disruptions - March 21
June 18th One-Day Intensive
On June 18, 2019 CTE will offer all four primary sessions in a one-day intensive. If you don't complete your primary sessions during the fall and spring of 2018-2019, this is your opportunity to fullfill the primary session requirements in one day or attend a session you missed during the term.
- Setting Classroom Expectations and Creating a Sense of Belonging
- Promoting Academic Integrity
- Addressing Common Violations
- Dealing with the Unexpected: Classroom Disruptions
- Engage! Educate! Entertain! Methods for Successful Online Teaching – 2/4
- 10 tips for Effectively Teaching International Students – 2/7
- Classroom to Career: Fostering Student Career Readiness - 2/8
- You’re Not Paranoid, They Are Watching: Privacy and Security in the Classroom and Beyond - 2/11
- Classroom Ethics - 2/26
- Stuttering in the Classroom: Considerations for Students and Faculty – 3/26
- Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Chinese Students in Your Classroom – 4/9
- Developing a Course Syllabus with Backward Design – 4/25
Register to participate in the Fostering Proactive Learning Environments Certificate of Completion program. Your registration allows us to track who has decided to participate in the certificate program. You must still register for individual workshops to fulfill both your required and elective workshops.
This certificate of completion program is co-sponsored by the Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity and the Center for Teaching Excellence.