Great Expectations: A Faculty Guide to Setting Syllabus Policies
By including clear policies in the course syllabus, faculty members can effectively state their expectations for classroom behavior, and students will be duly notified of those expectations at the outset of the course. In addition, including informational notices in the syllabus is an effective way to communicate with students about campus resources and assistance. In this session, the presenters will review basic legal guidelines for setting classroom policies, highlight some recommended syllabus policies and notices, and explain when and why certain syllabus policies are required. Presented by Amy S. Kelso, Senior Associate General Counsel, and Leslie Zenk, Assistant Provost.
Are you teaching course content that could be enhanced by hearing the perspectives of international students in your class? The Cultural Ambassador Program facilitates panel presentations by international students in classrooms and trainings. Faculty interested in having Cultural Ambassadors present in your class should complete the Cultural Ambassador Program request form. The request deadline for Fall presentations is Monday, August 21. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Teaching and Learning welcomes faculty back to campus this fall with 25 years of commitment to teaching excellence and student success at UNC Charlotte. Engage in three weeks of faculty development workshops from August 7-25 on high-impact and innovative teaching strategies to support student success and assist new faculty with onboarding and preparing for the first weeks of class. There are foundational and new topics to explore this year:
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Canvas Video Assignments
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Active Poll-Ev Questions
Designing Group Projects
New SoTL Scholars Program
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