Workshop: Applied Teaching Methods - BAS Supervision and Management

Course ID - CTD0419                

Short Title: Applied Teaching BAS 

 Audience    Faculty
Length of Workshop:       14 hours 
Prerequisite   

Description:
The workshop is designed to provide faculty with the expertise needed to embed applied learning into the teaching and learning process of the Bachelors of Applied Science Program. The workshop content  will enhance faculty skills in the delivery of applied teaching methods as they engage students in the upper division, applied course work of the BAS-Supervision & Management. The curriculum is an interactive blend of training methods, which includes participation in a face to face discussion seminar.

* Approved CT&D Workshop for Faculty Professional Development hours.

Objectives

As a result of successful completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  •  Articulate how applied teaching and learning is different than non-applied, i.e., abstract learning
  •  Incorporate experiential, practical, and hands-on teaching methods into class activities while addressing the different learning styles of students
  •  Utilize applied teaching methods in course instruction including activities such as practicums, internships, field experiences, service learning, research, project based learning and problem based learning
  • Discuss case study methodology to involve students in crafting solutions requiring higher order thinking for a range of actual businesses and institutions
  • Describe multiple ways for students to demonstrate knowledge and skill in an applied learning setting
  • Design assessment activities based on students' ability to create a solution to a problem addressing a genuine need for which there is no perceived plan or solution but for which there is an expectation of a genuine outcome
  • Describe and develop activities in which students experience management of self, people, resources and time through individual and team based activities that require negotiation of both learning and relationships
  • Identify new partnerships and networks that can assist students in the applied learning experience

        Delivery formats:
   F2F
- Face-to-Face - All sessions meet in a lab or classroom
   Blended -  At least 50 percent of the workshop time will be spent online
   Online - No class meetings; all work is done online.
 

Dates of Workshop

Reference #

Delivery Format

Meeting Days/Time

Campus/Room

Instructor

09/03/10
and
09/10/10
615930 Blended Face-to-face meeting on 9/3/10 and 9/10/10 from 12:30 to 4:30pm with online work in ANGEL for the time between meetings. Registration will end on 09/02/10 Kendall/K423 Jeffrey Kerr

 

Registration information
Course ID: CTD0419
Course Title: Applied Teaching BAS  
Reference # - see table 

How to Register

Registration for CT&D workshops are through the Student Information and Registration system.  The process for registering for a CTD workshop will be the same as registering for a regular class at MDC.  

New - Easier registration for workshops

You can access the Registration System and register for a CTD workshop using the same user name and password that use to login to your computer.    Example:   Richard Johnson  would be rjohnson     (You will NOT need to create a separate student myMDC account to register for a CTD workshop

Make a note of the Reference Number for the workshop then go to Registration Instructions

Once you have registered for a class, you can print your schedule.    Please make every effort to attend once you've registered as seats are limited.     However, If you need to drop, you can also do this through the Web Registration screen.     CTD classes will appear on your transcript as non-credit classes.

If you need special assistance to participate in this workshop due to a disability, please call CT&D at 7-2366 so that appropriate arrangements can be made.  College Training and Development complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.