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Managing the Dynamic: Creating a Supportive and Inclusive Learning Environment

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 4:00 pm to 5:15 pm

Arnhold Hall , Hirshon Suite 205 55 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10011

Managing the Dynamic: Creating a Supportive and Inclusive Learning Environment
Wednesday, October 114:00-5:15 pmHirshon Suite 205, 55 W. 13th St.
Rita Breidenbach, Assistant Provost for Faculty Development

We live in challenging times. Now more than ever, classroom and teacher-student dynamics can be easily disrupted, even permanently damaged, and sometimes you don’t even know why. Understand some of the ways in which things can go wrong. Learn how to set the stage for effective faculty-student and student-student communication and interaction. Learn methods to create a more supportive environment that promotes student learning. Explore teaching techniques that can transform the classroom experience. This session is a blend of presentation and group interaction and offers an introduction to a number of topics that should invite further exploration.

To register for a workshop, please contact facdevnet@newschool.edu. Please add the facdevnet calendar to your google calendar. The calendar is also available at tinyurl.com/NewSchoolFaculty. And please refer to the faculty development website at the same address for information on all areas of faculty support including teaching and learning, research and creative practice, review and reappointment and resources for part-time faculty. 

Presented by The New School Faculty Professional Development Network.

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