Summer Workshops for Faculty

Registrants's Information

Choose the workshops you would like to register for:

Each series is offered multiple times for your convenience.

You can download a handout for each series as well as a letter from Sher here.

Web Enhancing - Utilizing ANGEL series
Handouts Online
During this session, you will post your course handouts within ANGEL for your students.

Students reading before class?
During this session, you will create an incentive for your students to read prior to class.

Keeping in Touch
During this session, you will explore the announcement, chat, poll, survey, email, and discussion team tools.

Discussions Online
During this session, you will explore the various discussion modes available in ANGEL.

Grades Online
During this session, you will setup your gradebook within ANGEL.

Assess Online
During this session, you will create an assessment and dropbox templates.

The Flipped Classroom
Pictures/Video
Session 1 of this series, you will learn to create a single topic 5 minute presentation using various authoring tools like PowerPoint or Camtasia. We will also cover basic camera techniques for recording video.

Audio
Session 2 of this series, you will learn to record and edit your audio for your 5 minute presentation. Other uses include audio feedback to students or a "fireside" weekly chat.

Editing/Assembling/Publishing
Session 3 of this series, you will learn how to publish to YouTube and embed into an ANGEL assessment where you can post questions based on the video.

Project-Based Assessment
Action Mapping
Session 1 of this series, you will learn to create an action map. Action maps help develop learning objectives for an activity. We will start with "What topic do students have the most diffcult time understanding?"

Rubrics and Objectives
Session 2 of this series, you will create your rubrics and enter your objectives and CSLOs into ANGEL.

Assess in ANGEL
Session 3 of this series, you will build your project-based assessment and learn how to use the ANGEL assessment tool and item analysis tool.

Rapid e-learning Activity
Action Mapping
Session 1 of this series, you will learn to create an action map. Action maps help develop learning objectives for an activity. We will start with the "What topic do students have the most difficult time understanding?"

Hyperactive PowerPoint
Session 2 of this series, you will use PowerPoint as an authoring tool to create an eLearning activity. We will use PowerPoint's hyperlink feature to create a decision-making scenario for your students.

Publish & Reinforce in ANGEL
Session 3 of this series, you will publish your PowerPoint and post in ANGEL where your students have an online activity to reinforce a topic they heard in class.

For more information contact Sam Bachert or Lynn Lane:
email SummerWorkshops@sanjuancollege.edu