2017 Video Archive

Center for Teaching Excellence & Faculty Mentoring Program Events

The Spirit of Teaching

New Faculty Orientation Fall 2017

Presented by:
Eric Szarmes, Physics
Lurana O'Malley, Theatre & Dance

Become a Fulbright Scholar & Make an Impact Abroad

A Workshop for Faculty and Administrators

Presented by:
Athena Fulay
Senior Manager, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES)

This workshop with Athena Fulay will cover:
• Opportunities for teaching, research, and flexible initiatives in more than 125 countries
• Tips on how to craft a competitive application
• Research program development
• Ways to increase your campus’s international profile

Researching Atmospheric Events (and more)

Through Hawaiian Language Resources

Presented by:
Anoʻi Aga, Institute of Hawaiian Language Research & Translation; Kaimana Chock, Institute of Hawaiian Language Research & Translation, Native Hawaiian Student Services

A presentation on the collaborative work of the Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation (IHLRT). Learn how the Hawaiian language repository can enrich research across disciplines.

Research Opportunities at Mānoa

Presented by:
Michael Bruno, Vice Chancellor for Research, Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, UH Mānoa

This event will focus on:
• Research initiatives
• Internal resources
• Research program development
• Opportunities for research funding
• Assistance in securing and obtaining extramural financial support

How to Create, Issue and Display Digital Badges

Tech Thursdays: 50-Minute Technology Clinic

Presented by:
Marween Yagin, Graphic Media Design, Center for Instructional Support

This 50-minute tech clinic will cover what a digital badge is and the simple ways to create, issue, and display them without complicated programming knowledge.

Designing Effective Writing Assignments

Presented by:
Georganne Nordstrom, Writing Center & Department of English; Sarah Allen, Department of English; Candi Steiner, Center for Teaching Excellence & Music

In this workshop designed for faculty across disciplines, we will discuss how to prepare writing assignments that effectively communicate your expectations and support student success.

Classroom as a Safe Place:

Refugee and Immigrant Issues

Presented by:
Vernadette Gonzalez (American Studies/Honors Program); Sue Haglund (Ethnic Studies/Honors Program); Hector Valuenzela (CTAHR); Vilsoni Hereniko (Academy for Creative Media); Moderator: Brenda Ivelisse (Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, KCC)

Presentations and activities will focus on strategies to create a classroom environment conducive to a diversity of opinions.

10 Tips for Teaching Online

Presented by:
Michael Menchaca, Department of Learning & Technology

This workshop will provide interested faculty practical tips for teaching online that can be used right away.

Teaching & Researching in Study Abroad Programs

How to Submit a Top-Notch Faculty Resident Director Application

Presented by:
Alison Conner, Law; Jonna Eagle, American Studies; Phillip Ooi, Civil and Environmental Engineering; Daniel Rubinoff, Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences; Moderated by: Sarita Rai, UHM Study Abroad Center Director

UHM faculty members will share their experiences of submitting successful applications followed by teaching and researching as resident directors in a foreign country.

Hawaiian Language in Unexpected Places

The Hawaiian Language in Research

Presented by:
Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, Assistant Researcher, Indigenous Crops and Cropping Systems, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources; Dr. Katrina-Ann Kapā Oliveira, Associate Professor, Kawaihueilani Center for Hawaiian Language, Author of Ancestral Places: Understanding Kanaka Geographies

These UHM faculty will discuss their use and commitment to Hawaiian language research in the fields of Soil Sciences and Geography.

Teaching Immigration & Refugee Issues in the Time of Travel Bans

Teaching in the Time of Travel Bans (special event for faculty)

Presented by:
Paul Chandler, Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas; Monisha Das Gupta, Ethnic Studies; Ali Musleh, Political Science; Andres Gonzalez, Law School; Moderator: Cynthia Franklin, English

This panel discussion will focus on ways to: design syllabi, identify useful texts & resources, review relevant information, explore pedagogical exercises.

Are Students Flipping Over Your Class?

Maximize Quality Class Time Using a Flipped Classroom Approach!

Presented by:
Catherine Fulford, Department of Learning Design & Technology

This model is an instructional strategy that reverses what is traditionally done at home and what is done at school, such as watching video lectures at home and working authentic problems in class.

UHM Institutional Learning Objectives for Advisors:

Bridging the Gap Between the Institution, Programs, and Students

Presented by:
Megan Terawaki, Academic Advisor, Mānoa Advising Center; Amy Schiffner, Associate Professor of Theater and Dance

This workshop will focus on strategies to link the ILOs to program learning outcomes and student learning outcomes, as well as communicating the ILOs to students.

Digital Pharmakeia

Optimizing the Pleasure of Teaching & Learning

Presented by:
Andrew Doan, MD, PhD, Neuroscientist & eyesurgeon, and co-author of Hooked on Games: The Lure and Cost of Video Game and Internet Addiction

Visiting Scholar Dr. Andrew Doan will focus on the intersection between technology and addiction, and how to optimize the pleasure of teaching and learning with digital media by redirecting neuronal pathways in the brain for education and training.

Open Education Week 2017

Academia as a Culture of Sharing

Presented by:
Deborah Halbert, Professor, UHM College of Social Sciences

A talk discussing why educational exceptions and fair use are not enough and how open educational resources can create new pathways for innovation and learning.

Open Education Week 2017

OER & Zero Cost Textbooks Success Panel

Presented by:
Wayde Oshiro, Head Librarian (LCC); Leanne Riseley, EMC Coordinator (LCC); Carol Hasegawa, Assistant Professor/Librarian (HCC); Sunny Pai, Digital Initiatives Coordinator (KCC)

This panel will share data and statistics around their successful OER and zero cost textbook initiatives at campuses throughout the UH system. Moderated Q&A to follow.

Open Education Week 2017

OER Strategy at UHM

Presented by: Billy Meinke, OER Technologist, UHM Outreach College

This presentation will introduce new movements for UH OER initiative including open source tool development, workflow and collaboration processes, and a call for participation.

Open Education Week 2017

Welcome & Opening Message

Presented by:
William Chismar, Dean, Outreach College

Dean Chismar offers opening marks for the celebration of Open Education Week 2017.

Activate Learning with Classroom Response

Getting Started with Classroom Response Using i›clicker

Presented by:
Presented by: Kristin Strong, Senior Technology Specialist, i›clicker

How to set up and use i›clicker in class to solicit student feedback.

Activate Learning with Classroom Response

Mobile Optimized Polling for the 21st Century Learner

Presented by: Kristin Strong, Senior Technology Specialist, i›clicker

What's new with REEF polling by i›clicker.

Integrating Science & Culture: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

Through the Lens of Traditional Hawaiian Values, Practices & Knowledge

Presented by:
Rosie Alegado, Oceanography; Kamanamaikalani Beamer, Hawaiian Studies; Kelsea Hosada, Communications; Aurora Kagawa-Viviani, Geography; Noelani Puniwai, Hawaiian Studies

This panel discussion will address how faculty can better support Hawai‘i‘s underrepresented students as they pursue STEM degrees by implementing culture- driven, inquiry- and place-based curriculum.

Inside the Master Teacher's Studio

Mobile Optimized Polling for the 21st Century Learner

Presented by:
Grieg Steward, Department of Oceanography; Saundra Schwartz, Department of History; Sai Bhatawadekar, Center for South Asian Studies

Hear faculty identify mindful teaching philosophies and innovations in their classroom and discuss why they use particular teaching strategies as opposed to others that are available.

Part 2: Educational Leaders

Aligning Evidence-Based Practice and (SoEL) Research Design

Presented by:
Professor Harry Hubball,the University of British Columbia, Canada Chair, Academic Program Director, International Program for the Scholarship of Educational Leadership and Faculty of Education, Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy

In this seminar, participants will be engaged in a dialogue around key processes and challenges related to research design, mixed methods data collection, evidence-based practice and dissemination considerations for the scholarship of educational leadership (including issues central to curriculum and pedagogical leadership) within and across UHM’s diverse disciplinary settings.

Part 1: Educational Leaders

Formulating Your Practice-Based (SoEL) Inquiry

Presented by:
Professor Harry Hubball,the University of British Columbia, Canada Chair, Academic Program Director, International Program for the Scholarship of Educational Leadership and Faculty of Education, Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy

In this seminar, participants will be engaged in a dialogue around ontological, epistemological and methodological considerations for the scholarship of educational leadership (including issues central to curriculum and pedagogical leadership) within and across UHM’s diverse disciplinary settings.

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