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Mark Segal profile photoFriday, May 8, 12:00-1:00 pm (Zoom)

University Structure & Planning for Promotion

Presented by Mark S. Segal, MD PhD
Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Professional Development, UF College of Medicine

 


TEACHING WORKSHOPS


 

Best Practices for Teaching Online – Certificate Program

UFIT’s Center for Instructional Technology and Training (CITT) is offering its Best Practices for Teaching Online certificate of completion program this spring. This online series is comprised of three asynchronous facilitated workshops that focus on the needs of diverse learners through student-centered activities, accessibility, usability, and engagement. The program begins on March 9.

  • Engaging Online Learners (March 9 – March 22).  Design for student success, align student learning objectives, and create engaging and accessible presentations.

  • Creating Student-Centered Assignments (March 23 – April 5). Develop varied student-centered content while establishing a collaborative learning environment through active learning and feedback.

  • Accessible Online Environments (April 6 – April 19). Learn different types of accessibility needs and implement improvements for making an online course more accessible.

Please contact UFIT Assistant Director Shannon Dunn with any questions.


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Passport to Great Teaching Program

The Office of Faculty Development & Teaching Excellence is launching a new tool to manage the Passport to Great Teaching program, the Passport Portal!  Events listed below are art of this program.  Graduate students and postdocs are welcome to participate!

The Passport Portal will allow you to:

  • View workshops
  • Register for workshops
  • Register for certificates
  • Submit reflections
  • View miles, badges and certificates earned
  • Communicate with other passport participants
  • And much, much more

For more information on the new Passport Portal please visit our Passport to Great Teaching webpage.