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Center for Teaching and Learning Faculty Development Report July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE Faculty Development Report provided by the

Center for Teaching and Learning and

Learning Technology Support

2010-2011 CTL Director, Katherine R. Rowell, Ph.D. LTS Manager, Greg Deye Service Learning Coordinator, Marilyn Rodney Administrative Assistant, Linda Schock Office Staff, Deborah Wenger

Advisory Committee Shep Anderson, Operations Technology Connie Beal, Nursing David Bodary, Communication Joseph Giardullo, Nursing Patrick Greco, Chemistry Sarah Gross, Business Information Systems Jennifer Kostic, Human Resources Kathleen Sooy, Humanities, Government, Modern Languages Shirley Stallworth, Computer Information Systems Kent Zimmerman, Communication

Faculty Associates Heidi Arnold, Adjunct Faculty Certification Nadine Cichy, First Year Faculty Experience Sean Frost, Diversity Jennifer King-Cooper, Courseview Lalitha Locker, C.A.F.E. Lea Ann Lucas, International Education Amanda Romero, Diversity Charles Setterfield, Peer Review Sally Struthers, Adjunct Faculty Certification Yufeng Wang, International Education

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Table of Contents Advisory Committee ................................................................................................................. 3 Faculty Associates .................................................................................................................... 3 Center for Teaching and Learning Vision and Mission Statements ......................................... 5 Executive Summary .................................................................................................................. 6 Faculty Leadership and Service ................................................................................................ 8 Leadership ............................................................................................................................. 8 Workshop Developers/Facilitators........................................................................................ 8 Cooperative for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (C.A.F.E.) .................................. 8 Volunteer Peer Reviewers..................................................................................................... 8 Faculty Professional Development ........................................................................................... 9 Workshops ............................................................................................................................ 9 Conferences........................................................................................................................... 9 Adjunct Faculty Certification Course ................................................................................... 9 Funding Opportunities for Faculty Development ................................................................... 10 Career Seminars .................................................................................................................. 10 Mini-Sabbatical and Special Funding (“Showcase Sinclair”) ............................................ 10 Learning Challenge Grant Awards ..................................................................................... 10 Faculty Recognition ................................................................................................................ 11 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Teaching Excellence Award ............................................................................................................... 11 Southern Ohio Consortium of Higher Education (SOCHE) 2011 Teaching Excellence Award .................................................................................................................................. 12 Excellence in Service Learning Award............................................................................... 12 Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award .................................................................... 12 APPENDIX A ..................................................................................................................... 13 APPENDIX B ..................................................................................................................... 15 APPENDIX C ..................................................................................................................... 18 APPENDIX D ..................................................................................................................... 19 APPENDIX E ..................................................................................................................... 20 APPENDIX F...................................................................................................................... 22 APPENDIX G ..................................................................................................................... 25

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Center for Teaching and Learning Vision and Mission Statements Vision The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Sinclair Community College will foster and sustain faculty development in the pursuit of exemplary practices in teaching and learning.

Mission The mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to promote transformative teaching through collaboration and reflection to ensure Sinclair’s diverse students have varied opportunities for developing their potential as members of the global community.

Specific goals are as follows: 

Classroom: To encourage innovation, classroom research, best practices, and discipline-specific and multi-disciplinary interaction



Community: To create opportunities for students, faculty, administration, and the community to dialogue about teaching and learning



Teaching Assessment and Peer Review: To promote faculty peer review and other strategies of teaching assessment to aid in the continual development of faculty as well as explore alternative approaches to assessment and evaluation of student learning



Mentoring: To develop faculty learning communities and relationships between colleagues within Sinclair and at other institutions



Resources: To provide resources that support the development of teaching and learning strategies



Advocate: To promote and advocate for teaching excellence throughout the Sinclair Community College community

The CTL will look for ways to facilitate student success in its ongoing efforts to support Sinclair Community College’s diverse faculty. In keeping with the College’s Vision of “dedication to quality…excellence…imagination, and innovation,” this mission statement will be subject to periodic review. Approved May 2009 – CTL Advisory Board 2008-2009

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Executive Summary As the Center for Teaching Learning (CTL) Director, it is my privilege to present the 2010-2011 CTL Annual report to Sinclair Community College. In 2008, Sinclair Community College made a strategic commitment to faculty development by supporting the establishment of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). Each year, the vision of fostering and sustaining faculty development in the pursuit of exemplary practices in teaching and learning evolves and grows. This report highlights Faculty Leadership and Volunteerism, Faculty Development, CTL Funding Opportunities and finally, Faculty Recognition. The major highlight of the 2010-2011 is clearly the high level of participation in the Center for Teaching and Learning by Sinclair Community College faculty. In the 2010-2011 academic year, 96% of our full time faculty attended the required Fall Faculty Development Day Conference offered in September, 2010 and an impressive 78% of our full time faculty have participated in at least one additional CTL experience in 2010-2011. As noted in this report, the work of the CTL would not be possible without the support of faculty leaders and volunteers. Over 100 fulltime and adjunct faculty from each division served on CTL committees, facilitated workshops, volunteered in the Café and peer reviewed adjunct faculty who were completing adjunct certification this year. Faculty Development is at the center of the mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning. There were 128 workshops offered to faculty with 2,123 seats filled in the workshops (individuals may take more than one workshop). Workshops range from basic technology skills to in-depth conferences featuring teaching and learning experts such as Miriam Diamond, Stephen Brookfield, Elizabeth Barkley and Theo Sypris. Sinclair Community College has made a commitment to faculty development by providing funding for opportunities outside the college as well as providing grants for faculty to be innovative in the classroom. A total of 109 faculty received funding to attend various types of training and conferences to learn about new content and methods in teaching and learning. Each year the Center for Teaching and Learning facilitates the Learning Challenge Grant process. In 2010-2011, over $45,000 was granted to faculty and departments. One learning challenge grant, The Tartan Tech Desk, assisted over 140 students with technical computer problems while at the same time offering Business Information Systems and Computer Information Systems students an opportunity to have a real world work experience in their prospective programs. Excitedly, it is estimated that this project also saved students over $10,000 in costs they would have incurred had they had to pay for these technical services. At the end of each academic year, the Provost’s office along with the CTL has the privilege of celebrating faculty accomplishments in teaching excellence. The CTL assists in the coordination of several major teaching awards on this campus including the National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD), the Southern Ohio Consortium of Higher Education Award for Teaching and Excellence (SOCHE), the Service Learning Teaching Excellence Award, and the Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. At total of 17 faculty received recognition through these programs. 6|Page

I would like to thank the faculty, staff and administrators who support the work of the Center for Teaching and Learning. As always, I would like to extend special thanks to Linda Schock, the CTL administrative assistant for her assistance in preparing this report. It is truly a joy to work at an institution where student success is at the heart of what all of us do each and every day. This report clearly demonstrates the outstanding level of faculty dedication to the mission and vision of Sinclair Community College. It is a pleasure to serve as the director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Sinclair Community College because of the support of faculty, staff and administrators. Submitted by,

Katherine R. Rowell, Ph.D. Director Center of Teaching and Learning

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Faculty Leadership and Service Leadership The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) leadership Number of Division % committees develop, review and decide upon programs and faculty/staff awards throughout the year. The committees listed here 12 20% BPS represent 61 seats filled by faculty and staff serving the college 21 35% LCS from our four academic divisions: Business and Public Services 12 20% LHS 13 21% SME (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), 2 4% Staff Life and Health Sciences (LHS) and Science, Mathematics and 61 100% TOTAL Engineering (SME) CTL Leadership  Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee  Faculty Associates  Mini-Sabbatical Committee  National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Selection Academy  Southern Ohio Consortium Higher Education (SOCHE) Selection Academy  Professional Development Track Planning Committee  First Year Faculty Experience (FYFE) Planning Committee  Fall Faculty Professional Development Day (FFPDD) Committee See Appendix A for a list of committee membership.

Workshop Developers/Facilitators A significant part of the success of our college and the CTL is due to the outstanding faculty and staff that share their time and expertise with their colleagues. These college employees make vital contributions to the growth of our faculty through their efforts in training and development. More than 80 individual facilitators developed and/or facilitated workshops throughout the year. See Appendix B for a list of workshop developers and facilitators.

Cooperative for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (C.A.F.E.) The Cooperative for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence was developed by faculty to cultivate an institutional climate in which teaching and learning are highly Number Division % valued, honored, and rewarded. The C.A.F.E. has as its mission to of faculty enhance student learning by supporting faculty in their efforts to 9 24% BPS teach effectively through dialogue with colleagues. The C.A.F.E. is 17 42% LCS staffed by 41 faculty volunteers who donate their time each week to 7 17% LHS be available in Room 14-318 to assist any faculty member at 7 17% SME 41 100% Total Sinclair with pedagogical and student success questions. C.A.F.E. Volunteers See Appendix C for a detailed list of faculty C.A.F.E. volunteers.

Volunteer Peer Reviewers Faculty members volunteer to observe adjunct faculty in the classroom and provide feedback and guidance for improving teaching. This classroom observation is a requirement for adjunct faculty who are completing the Adjunct Faculty Certification Course. Over 80 peer reviews were conducted by our volunteers this year. See Appendix D for a detailed list of faculty volunteers. 8|Page

Division

Number of faculty

%

BPS LCS LHS SME Staff Total

5 20 3 10 1 39

13% 51% 8% 26% 2% 100%

Trained Peer Reviewers

Faculty Professional Development Workshops The Center for Teaching and Learning and Learning Technology Support offered 128 workshops over the year covering a number of topics including student engagement, new/entering students, international education, teaching excellence, Number of Division % active/collaborative learning, curriculum and assessment, experiences student success, diversity, and technology. Workshops are 326 15% BPS one, two, three or six hours each. The majority of these 874 41% LCS workshops are developed and facilitated by Sinclair 378 18% LHS Community College staff and faculty for the benefit of 386 19% SME others. The division totals listed to the right represent the 159 7% *Staff 2,123 100% TOTAL total number of people participating, so a single individual Professional Development Participation may have had multiple experiences. *Many fulltime staff members who participate in CTL offerings do so in conjunction with their role as adjunct faculty for the college. See Appendix B for a more detailed list of participation.

Conferences The CTL coordinates several conferences throughout the academic year beginning with Fall Faculty Professional Development Day in September. National experts in the scholarship of teaching and learning are invited to provide development opportunities for our full-time and adjunct faculty. The guest presenters hosted this year included:  Fall Faculty Professional Development Day: Stephen Brookfield as keynote, “When Questioning is the Answer: Reflective Practice for College Faculty” o 400 participants in 34 workshops  Miriam Diamond, “When Religion Surfaces in the Classroom” o 54 participants in two workshops  Stephen Brookfield, “Getting Students to Participate in Discussions” o 230 participants in four workshops  Elizabeth Barkley, “Student Engagement Techniques” o 96 participants in four workshops  International Education Day: Theo Sypris, as keynote, “Integrating International Studies into the Curriculum” o 60 participants attended the all day conference The numbers of participants by division are included in the above Professional Development Participation table.

Adjunct Faculty Certification Course In winter of 2009 Sinclair Community College developed an Adjunct Faculty Certification Course (AFCC) that offers adjunct faculty an opportunity to learn about teaching at a community college. The AFCC includes a day of training on technology, classroom management, pedagogical theory and services available to students and faculty at Sinclair. As part of the process adjunct faculty must complete five quizzes passing each with 80% or higher. The adjunct faculty are also 9|Page

Division

Number of faculty

%

BPS LCS LHS SME TOTAL

12 37 11 20 80

15% 46% 14% 25% 100%

Certified Adjunct Faculty

required to observe a fulltime faculty member in the classroom and to have a trained full-time faculty member observe and review their teaching. Upon successful completion of the AFCC and teaching nine payload hours the adjunct is eligible to request Lecturer II rank. In 2010-2011 we certified 80 adjunct faculty members. See Appendix F for a detailed list of certified adjunct faculty.

Funding Opportunities for Faculty Development Career Seminars Fulltime tenured, tenure track or annually contracted faculty are eligible to apply for and receive up to $100 twice annually towards the registration fee of a seminar, workshop, webinar or other training. During the past year, 69 faculty members participated in 16 different training events. See Appendix G for detailed list of faculty who participated and the trainings they attended.

Division

Number of faculty

%

BPS LCS LHS SME Total

0 22 43 4 69

0% 32% 62% 6% 100%

Approved Career Seminars

Mini-Sabbatical and Special Funding (“Showcase Sinclair”) A mini-sabbatical is a faculty development stipend to support participation in conferences, continuing education credits and other types of training. Faculty members who have been employed full time on a continuing contract at Sinclair for a minimum of one Number Division % year are eligible to participate. In 2010-2011 28 faculty members of faculty received mini-sabbatical funding. 2 5% BPS The CTL also funds travel for faculty who give presentations at professional conferences. These faculty members receive a $750 stipend to assist with travel expenses. An additional twelve faculty members received special funding (Showcase Sinclair). See Appendix H for a detailed list of funding recipients.

LCS LHS SME Total

18 11 9 40

45% 28% 22% 100%

Approved funding

Learning Challenge Grant Awards The CTL coordinates the annual Learning Challenge Grant process. Each year teams of faculty have an opportunity to develop proposals focused on increasing student retention and success. In 2010-2011, priority was given to proposals for projects that:  Were targeted to one or more of the “Top 45” most heavily enrolled courses at the college and would be tested for use across multiple sections of the course(s)  Were supported by a team of faculty (interdisciplinary grants were encouraged)  Included opportunities for adjunct faculty to participate in faculty development (stipends for faculty development of adjunct faculty were encouraged)  Sought to reduce the gap in the success of students historically underserved by educational systems – low income students and students of color. The 2010-2011 grant recipients were:  Connie Beal, Nursing - Improved Assessment through Information Accessed Health Care Technology, $13,425. This project provided 400 Nursing students with handheld technology that allowed students to rapidly access and interpret information to provide safe, effective care. 10 | P a g e









Dona Fletcher, Sociology, Geography and Social Work - Improving Teaching Effectiveness through Constructive Feedback, $5,609. This project targeted adjunct faculty teaching top 45 courses and offered them an opportunity to test a new student evaluation tool. Over 50 Sociology, Geography and Social Work department faculty as well as college wide adjunct faculty teaching top 45 classes participated in this project. Barbara Tollinger, Business Information Systems - Tartan Tech Desk, $16,900. This project provided on-campus internship and capstone experiences for BIS and CIS students while at the same time offering technical assistance to over 150 Sinclair Community College students struggling with computer problems. The cost savings to students was approximately $9,000. This project is being continued in the 2011-2012 academic year. Marilyn Rodney, Service Learning - Increasing the use of Service Learning by Faculty at Sinclair Community College, $5,000. Ten faculty members were chosen to participate in a Service Learning pilot project that included a two-day training on the use of Service Learning as a pedagogical tool. Participants then tested and evaluated the method in their classes in spring of 2011. Kathy Rowell and Greg Deye - eTextbook Grant, $4,750. The CTL along with Learning Technology Support and the Tartan Bookstore offered an opportunity for two faculty members to test the use of eTextbooks and eReaders in their courses during spring 2010. Furaha Henry-Jones (ENG) and Kay Koeninger (ART) were chosen for this grant. The grant allowed 50 students to rent an HP Netbook from the Tartan Bookstore for spring quarter.

Faculty Recognition The CTL provides leadership for the college’s recognition of faculty teaching excellence. Eligible faculty members are nominated by colleagues, their department chairs or division deans and selection committees convene to review nominations and select recipients. This peer review process follows a rigorous set of guidelines formalized into a selection rubric.

National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Teaching Excellence Award The NISOD Teaching Excellence Award is our college’s highest recognition of outstanding accomplishment in teaching. All tenured and tenure-track Sinclair faculty members who have completed at least four years of service in a tenure track or tenured faculty position are eligible to be nominated by their department chair or the division dean. There is no limit on the number of nominations that may be submitted per division. No more than two faculty members are selected from each division. The NISOD Award winners for 2010-2011 are:  Laurel Mayer, Humanities, Government and Modern Languages/LCS  Connie Beal, Nursing/LHS  Mary Dudash-White, Health Information Management/LHS  Jennifer Day, Business Information Systems/BPS  Richard Morales, Communication/LCS  David Meyer, Operations Technology/SME  Eric Dunn, Civil Architectural Technology/SME

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Southern Ohio Consortium of Higher Education (SOCHE) 2011 Teaching Excellence Award The Southwestern Ohio Consortium of Higher Education is dedicated to advancing higher education through active collaboration, resource and knowledge sharing, and effective professional development programs. SOCHE sponsors awards for faculty teaching excellence at member colleges, and Sinclair’s SOCHE award is focused on newer faculty – those with fewer than five years of teaching experience at the college. One faculty member from each academic division is selected annually. The 2010-2011 SOCHE Teaching Excellence award recipients are:  Karen Motley, Health Information Management/LHS  Justin Morgan, Automotive Technology/SME  Heidi Arnold, Communication/LCS  April Carpenter, Management/Marketing/BPS

Excellence in Service Learning Award Two faculty members are recognized each academic year for Excellence in Service Learning - one full time and one adjunct faculty member. Sinclair’s Service Learning Advisory Committee, made up of faculty, students, community partners and college administrators reviews the applications and selects the two recipients. The 2010-2011 Service Learning Faculty awards recipients are:  Nora Schaefer, Exercise, Nutrition and Sports Sciences/LHS  Irene Warren, Communication/LCS

Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award Department chairs are invited each academic year to nominate adjunct faculty for teaching excellence recognition. Four adjunct faculty members – one from each academic division – are selected each year for this recognition. One of the four recipients is then selected as the Adjunct Faculty Member of the Year. Adjunct faculty award winners are recognized at an annual fall banquet. The 2010-2011 recipients are:  Jeri Layer, Allied Health Instruction/LHS, Adjunct Faculty of the Year  Jack Lukacs, Automotive Technology/SME  Mike Libassi, Computer Information Systems/BPS  Ellen Baird, Sociology, Geography and Social Work/LCS

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APPENDIX A Center for Teaching and Learning Leadership Committees Business and Public Services (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), Life and Health Sciences (LHS), Science, Mathematics and Engineering (SME) Division

Department

Name

Committee

BPS

Business Information Systems

Natalie Andrews

Mini-Sabbatical Committee

Ryan Murphy

FFPDD Committee

Jennifer Romero

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Brad West

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Computer Information Systems

Shirley Stallworth

CTL Advisory Committee

Criminal Justice

Pamela Chambers

NISOD Academy

General Business Management

Dennis Brode

NISOD Academy

Management/Marketing

April Carpenter

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Sarah Gross

CTL Advisory Committee

Michael Brigner

FFPDD Committee

Paralegal Program

Mini-Sabbatical Committee NISOD Academy LCS

Academic Foundations

Barbara Gilbert

FFPDD Committee

Lucinda Schweller

Mini-Sabbatical Committee

Art

Kelly Joslin

NISOD Academy

Communication

Heidi Arnold

Faculty Associate

David Bodary

CTL Advisory Committee

Nadine Cichy

Faculty Associate First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Design

Robert Leonard

NISOD Academy

Kent Zimmerman

CTL Advisory Committee

Amanda Romero

Faculty Associate FFPDD Committee

Fine-Performing Arts Humanities, Government and Modern Languages

Sally Struthers

Faculty Associate

Yufeng Wang

Faculty Associate

Manual Communications

Jessica Minor

NISOD Academy

Music

John Parcell

NISOD Academy

Political Science

Kathleen Sooy

CTL Advisory Committee

Psychology

Jennifer King-Cooper

Faculty Associate

Lea Ann Lucas

Faculty Associate

Sean Frost

Faculty Associate

Katherine Rowell

FFPDD Committee

Sociology

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee LHS

Allied Health Instruction

David McFadden

FFPDD Committee

Nursing

Connie Beal

CTL Advisory Committee

Cecilia Bidigare

Mini-Sabbatical Committee

Michelle Cox

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Joseph Giardullo

CTL Advisory Committee NISOD Academy

Nursing Technology

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Kathleen Petersen

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Molly Roll

FFPDD Committee

Polly Roll

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

Division

Department

Name

Committee

LHS

Physical Therapy Assisting

Debra Belcher

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee NISOD Academy

SME

Respiratory Therapy Technology

Beth Zickefoose

NISOD Academy

Architectural Tech

Charles Setterfield

Faculty Associate

Automotive Tech

Justin Morgan

FFPDD Committee

Aviation Technologies

Donna Hanshew

NISOD Academy

Biology

Susan Luken

First Year Faculty Experience Planning Committee

James Sosebee

Faculty Associate

Chemistry

Patrick Greco

CTL Advisory Committee

Electronics Engineering Technology

Abdullah Johnson

FFPDD Committee

Engineering Technical Design

Thomas Singer

NISOD Academy

Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration

Russell Marcks

NISOD Academy

Mathematics

Robert Chaney

NISOD Academy

Operations Technology

Shep Anderson

CTL Advisory Committee

Physics

Lalitha Locker

Faculty Associate

Learning Technology Production

Gregory Deye

CTL Advisory Committee

Service Learning

Marilyn Rodney

Mini-Sabbatical Committee

Human Resources

Jennifer Kostic

CTL Advisory Committee

Mini-Sabbatical Committee

SVPP VPOD

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APPENDIX B Faculty Professional Development Workshop Participation Category Active/Collaborative Learning

Curriculum and Assessment

Facilitator(s)

Best Practices for Teaching in the Classroom and Online

Rowell, Kathy; Renner, Alice

12

Creating Enthusiastic Learners Which Changes You

Onder, Tina; Rodney, Marilyn

16

Developing Critical Thinkers

Brookfield, Stephen

60

Just in Time Teaching of Chemistry

Myong, Jane

10

Teaching Success through Active Learning in Teacher Prep/Nursing Math Courses

Cornelius, Kay and Gallo, Ed

12

Using Concept Maps in Technical and Science Education

Marcks, Russell

19

Using Small Groups: The Good, The Better, and The Best

Leonard, Rob; McGrew, Heidi

17

A Field Guide to the field Guide: Using the New English 111/112 Text and Resources

Geiselman, Kate

20

4

Course Redesign Course Redesign for Semester Conversion

25 Shuchat, Rena; Cutler, Jared; Kapka, Larraine

Designing Your Fall Learning Community Gen Ed Outcomes and Semester Conversion

Zakel, Lori; Struthers, Sally

Semester Structure for Beginning and Intermediate Algebra

Hare, David and Willis, James

11

Using the New Course Template and Outcomes Template for Course Redesign

Shuchat, Rena

14

Being a GLBT Student at Sinclair: Student Perspectives

Hoopes, Robbin

16

Book Discussion: Privilege, Power and Difference

Henry-Jones, Furaha

27

Change Agents Planning Session

24

Dayton Dialogue on Race Relations: Reconciliation through Understanding and Action

Jones, Janet; Shanklin, Cathy, Rice, Walter

Developing and Integrating Inclusive Curriculum and Delivery in Your Classes

Lewis, Vonya; Frost, Sean & Cutler, Jared

Encountering Faith in the Classroom: Issues of Diversity, Opportunity for Dialogue

Battin, Barbara

26

Safe Space: Creating Allies for the GLBT Population on the Sinclair Community College Campus

Gish, Kathleen

16

Understanding Privilege in the Classroom: Diversity is not a bad word When Religion Surfaces in Class: From Conflict to Engagement

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13 8

37 Ortiz, Tony

25 6

Diamond, Miriam

28

International Education Day

Wang, Yufeng and Lucas, Lea Ann

45

Welcome to America: Making International Students feel Welcome and Ready to Learn at Sinclair Community College

Thomasson, Elise

Chrysler Training Center Photograms: The Right Brain Experiment

Student Engagement

3

Change Agents

The Latino Dream Team

Other

15 9

Spring Faculty Meeting and Workshop

International Education

11 6

Hands-On Workshop for Course Redesign for Semester Conversion

Diversity

Employee participants

Title Active Learning Library CAFÉ Series

A Change for Good: Using Student Engagement Techniques to Transform Student Success

7 1

Joslin, Kelly; Harris, Kevin; Jurus, Richard

18 7

Category Student Engagement

Title Civility in the Classroom

Facilitator(s) Forni, Ph.D., P.M.

Constructing Course Related Service Learning

Rodney, Marilyn; Bely, Dottie; Onder, Kristina

21

Designing Effective Service Learning Courses

Academic Impressions

16

Empowering Students to Speak in the Classroom

King-Cooper, Jennifer

29

Engaging Students in Quality Learning with Passion and Working Strategies

Wang, Yufeng

16

Engaging Students in the SCC 101 Classroom

Eddy, Jerry & Callihan, Kristy

Faculty Impacting Retention and Student Success at the Learning Centers!

Schmitt, Janet & Riley, Kristen

Getting Students to Participate in Discussions

Brookfield, Stephen

Helping Students Learn from Mistakes: We can Help

Bodary, David; Jones, Gwen & Seufert, Brenda

16

Increasing Student Success: Collaboration With the Ombudsman Works!

Seufert, Brenda; Bodary, David

14

Keeping Discussions Lively

Brookfield, Stephen

36

Student Engagement Terms of Engagement: Understanding and Promoting Student Engagement in Today's College Classroom

Teaching Excellence

Barkley, Elizabeth

8 12 137

97 6

Dealing with Challenging Students

Mowrey, Linda; Sutton, Susan

25

Everything But the Starbucks: Using Library Resources at Home and in ANGEL

Oswald, Debra & Pevler, Austin

18

Plagiarism Policies and Practices: Addressing Issuses of Academic Integrity

Bodary, David; Jones, Gwen

14

Quality Matters Peer Reviewer Certification Workshop

Thibeault, Nancy and Jevack, Jillian

4

Responding Effectively to Challenging Students

Sutton, Susan and Elson, Kathy

8

Supporting Student Success: How SSS Tools and Consistent Attention to Students Results in Higher Persistence, Transfer and Graduation The reason I'm Still here: An open discussion with the "At Risk" student

Fadeyi, Olufolahan; McGee, Kristin

5

Parker, Teresa

18

What to do with Disruptive Students

Markland, Scott

20

What Trial Lawyers Can Tell You About Engaging a Jury (or Students) You think they're coming…they're already here: High School Students Enrolling and Achieving college Success at Sinclair

Patzer, Jeffrey

13

Johnson, Mortenous

19

Café and Peer Review Training

21

Everything I Know About Teaching I Learned in Kindergarten

Sampson, Michelle; Neuerer, Gina

20

Extinguish Stress to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Jelus, Wanda; Czyzewski, Tammy

17

First Year Faculty Experience

173

Global Skills for college completion: An Update from the Road

DeMonico, Tersa; Kraus, Eric

11

Preparing for the Journey: Best Practices in Academic Foundations

Riehle, Katy; Fleming, Karen

20

SCC 101: An Overview and Toolbox for Facilitating Our First-Year Experience Sharing Stories: The Inner Ground from which Good Teaching Evolves

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16

6

Training for the Learning Community Pilot Project: A Model to Increase Student Engagement Student Success/Support

Employee participants

20 Rodney, Marilyn

16

Category Teaching Excellence

Title Teaching Circle - The Courage to Teach

Facilitator(s) King-Cooper, Jennifer

Transformative Teaching Circles Technology

9 137

Adobe Captivate: Introduction

Stewart, Penny

Adobe Connect Pro 101: Learn the Basics of Using this Web Conference Software

Deye, Greg

26

Adobe Presenter

Deye, Greg

22

Angel Training I - Basics

Miller, Susan; Giardullo, Joseph

34

Angel Training II - Intermediate

Miller, Susan; Giardullo, Joseph Miller, Susan; Giardullo, Joseph

40

Angel Training III - Advanced Automate 2011 Robot and Vision Expo eBooks & eReaders: What's It All About?

3

38 1

Digital Photo Editing with Adobe Photoshop Elements

6 Atkinson, Mike

Explore the SCC Faculty Multimedia Lab

43 4

Facebook Addiction 1.0: Social Networking… and Teaching in the Process

Henry-Jones, Furaha

8

Google Tools: Introduction

Atkinson, Mike

8

Google vs. Your Library

Oswald, Debra & Pevler, Austin

10

Introduction to SoftChalk Lesson Builder

Knox, Keith

24

Mobile Technology in Classroom

17

Nuts & Bolts Hybrid Courses Open Your Book to Page E: An eTextbook Seminar

14 Deye, Greg

Sinclair Digistore (Digital Asset Management) System SMART Boards and SHREWD Tablets: Transcribing Classroom Environment

71 4

Atkinson, Mike

Teaching Online Certification

8 103

Tips & Tricks for Off-Campus Learning: Library & Web 2.0 tools you can use

10

Touched by an ANGEL: Simple tricks that transform classes

10

Tour of ANGEL Certification Online Training Courses

Deye, Greg

13

Using Technology in ANGEL

Gilbert, Barbara; Gilbert, Robert

20

TOTAL PARTICIPATION

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Employee participants

2,123

APPENDIX C C.A.F.E. Volunteers Business and Public Services (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), Life and Health Sciences (LHS), Science, Mathematics and Engineering (SME) Division

Department

Name

BPS

Accounting

Joyce Miller

Business Information Systems

Rocky Belcher Cheryl Reindl-Johnson Brad West

Computer Information Systems

Shirley Stallworth

Financial Management

Jerry Eddy

Law/Legal Assisting

Marina Dodaro

Management/Marketing

Tom Mays Nathan Sernoffsky

LCS

Academic Foundations

Katy Riehle

Child and Family Education

Diane Drummer

Communication

Lori Zakel

English

Adrienne Cassel Vicki Stalbird Lisa Tyler

Humanities, Government and Modern Languages

Charles Curran Bill Lejeune Laurel Mayer Derek Petrey Jenny Sooy Kathy Sooy Yufeng Wang

Manual Communications

Phyllis Adams

Psychology

Mary Wells

Sociology, Geography and Social Work

Mohsen Khani Sam Lauber

LHS

Dietetics Tech

Kim Brubaker

Medical Assisting Technology

Judy Kronenberger

Nursing

Mary Cox Michelle Cox Roxann Delaet Wanda Jelus

SME

Radiologic Technology

Denise Moore

Chemistry

Pat Greco Jane Myong

Electronics Engineering Technology

Abdullah Johnson

Mathematics

Moez Ben-Azzouz Kay Cornelius Karl Hess

Physics

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Lori Cutright

APPENDIX D Peer Reviewers Business and Public Services (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), Life and Health Sciences (LHS), Science, Mathematics and Engineering (SME) Division

Department

Name

BPS

Business Information Systems

Michael Houser Cheryl Reindl-Johnson Brad West

LCS

Criminal Justice Science

Pamela Chambers

Management

Thomas Mays

Academic Foundations

Karen Fleming Kjirsten Goeller Amity Jetton

Child and Family Education

Diane Drummer

Communication

Heidi Arnold Richard Morales John Ulrich Lori Zakel

English

Laura Edwards Chuck Freeland Rebecca Morean Leigh Witherell

Humanities, Government and Modern Languages

Bahar Hartmann Vonya Lewis Derek Petrey John Weaver

Marketing

Sarah Gross

Psychology

Elaine Isbell Mary Wells

LHS

SME

Sociology, Geography and Social Work

Kathy Rowell

Exercise, Nutrition and Sport Sciences

Kim Brubaker

Physical Therapist Assistant

Deb Belcher

Radiologic Technology

Ann Swartz

Automotive

Rex Kent

Aviation

Donald Stark

Biology

Joe Keyes

Chemistry

Patrick Greco Jane Myong

Civil Architectural Technology

Mitch Blankenship Charlie Setterfield

Mathematics

Steven Buerschen Kay Cornelius

Staff

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Physics

Shan Huang

Student Success and Planning Services

Carolyn Gunn

APPENDIX E Adjunct Faculty Certification Course Business and Public Services (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), Life and Health Sciences (LHS), Science, Mathematics and Engineering (SME) Division

Department

Name

BPS

Business Information Systems

Lin Roberts

Business Management

Patricia Pierce

Computer Information Systems

Michelle Cheatham Robert Frantz Patrick Langley Eric Renegar Ben Swisher

LCS

Criminal Justice

Bill Hill

Fire Science Technology

Larry Ables

Hospitality Management

Marshall Burke

Law/Legal Assisting

Nadine Ballard

Management/Marketing

Jane Perri

Academic Foundations

Tamika Bailey Catherine Cashio Karen Cole Michelle Middendorf Vanisa Turney Heather Whitaker Paulletta Whitehead Kayla Whitman Lisa Zwiesler

Analytics & Reporting

David Wells

Communication

Karen DeRosa Elizabeth Eichler Karla Knepper Thomas Kraus John Ulrich

CVCC

Susan Brown

Early Childhood Education

Melora Newsome

English

Penny Brussell Carrie Rogan Linda Turk

Foreign Languages

Connie Zornes-Padovani

Geography

Fatemeh Masouleh Kevin Weakley

Humanities, Government and Modern Languages

Katherine Englefield Warren Kappeler Cynthia Knight

Music

Bryon Dobbs K. Frazier Robinson

Psychology

Jeffrey DeVries David Monahan

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Ann Nofsinger

Division

Department

Name

LCS

Psychology

Roxan Tarnowski

Senior Vice President & Provost

Martha Armstrong-Benjamin Julie Montgomery

Sociology

Barbara Fryman Cynthia Thompson

LHS

Allied Health Instruction

Joan Alston Teri Wedgewood

Exercise, Nutrition & Sports Sciences

Tywan Corbitt Yamika Leeper

Hospitality Management

Joseph Coleman

Medical Assisting Technology

Tami Ashbridge Deborah Large

Mental Health Technology

Barbara Keen-Marsh

Nursing

Porothea Dennis Christy Miller

SME

Respiratory Therapy Technology

Sanja Keller

Automotive Tech

Jim Robinson

Aviation Technologies

Timothy Morris Ted Voelkerding

Biology

Eric Geiman Shere Myers Dannette Richards Ann Rougier

Chemistry

Jeff Jones

Civil Architectural Technology

Mitchell Blankenship

Electronics Engineering Technology

Pintsen Lan William Russo

Engineering Technical Design

Eric Hafer

Manufacturing and Operations Technology

Keith Bernheisel

Mathematics

Waleed Al Banna Margaret Michael Barry Rost Brian Shuler Rameshwar Srivastava Olga Stephens

Operations Technology

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Gary Kapka

APPENDIX F Career Seminars Business and Public Services (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), Life and Health Sciences (LHS), Science, Mathematics and Engineering (SME) Division

Department

Name

Event

LCS

Academic Foundations

Dorothy Bely

REACH Conference

Karen Fleming

REACH Conference

Kimberly Rickard

REACH Conference

Steve Whiting

REACH Conference

Beth Withrow

REACH Conference

Appalachian Outreach

Carol Baugh

REACH Conference

Art

Robert Coates

REACH Conference

Leesa Haapapuro

REACH Conference

Teresa Little

REACH Conference

Communication

Richard Morales

REACH Conference

Design

Kyle Fisk

REACH Conference

Amanda Romero

REACH Conference

Fine-Performing Arts

Sally Struthers

Humanities, Government and Modern Languages

Bahar Hartmann

National Association of Schools or Art & Design Annual Meeting REACH Conference

Derek Petrey

REACH Conference

Yufeng Wang

REACH Conference

Jennifer King-Cooper

REACH Conference

Mary Wells

REACH Conference

Dona Fletcher

Quality Matters Peer Reviewer Certification Online Quality Matters Peer Reviewer Certification Online Academic Leaders Conference: The Flattening of the Ivory Tower REACH Conference

Psychology Sociology

Dawn Hall Katherine Rowell

LHS

Allied Health Instruction

Sheryl Bullman Victoria Gaffney

Exercise, Nutrition & Sports Sciences

Carol Cole Tywan Corbitt Nila Peavy David Pence

Health Information Management

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OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum 2010 Annual Sports Medicine Symposium The Female Athlete The Arnold Sports Festival 2010 Annual Sports Medicine Symposium The Female Athlete The Arnold Sports Festival

Kathleen Querner

2010 Annual Sports Medicine Symposium The Female Athlete Kettlebell Boomer Workshop

Billie Sanders

2010 Annual Sports Medicine Symposium The Female Athlete Kettlebell Boomer Workshop

Melissa Williams Claudia Potts

2010 Annual Sports Medicine Symposium The Female Athlete OHIMA Annual Meeting

Janice White

OHIMA Fall Coding Seminar

Division

Department

Name

Event

LHS

Medical Assisting Technology Nursing

Judy Kronenberger

Retention 360 Conference

Connie Beal

Embracing Technology Faculty/Education Development Day OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum REACH Conference

Cecilia Bidigare Deanna Collins Michelle Cox Tamara Czyzewski Georgann Enright Sharon Farra Joseph Giardullo Sharon Hawkins Vivian Jackson Wanda Jelus Linda Johnson Rhonda Koenig Pam Linker Janice Mains Marcia Miller Susan Miller Kathleen Mills Connie Mullins Keri Nunn-Ellison Tina Partin Kathleen Petersen Molly Roll Polly Roll Cynthia Schoonover Kathleen Shipley Marsha Wamsley Physical Therapy Assisting

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Emily Gilbert

OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum OOADN and OCADNEA Annual Conference: Building a Concept Based Curriculum American Physical Therapy Association, Workshop for New Faculty

Division

Department

Name

Event

SME

Architectural Tech

Charles Setterfield

Chemistry

Sun Myong

Mathematics

Marie Stroh

Filling Your Leadership Tool Box - To Improve Your Success In Management 2011 Higher Education Conference: Online and Up Close OMATYC Spring Meeting

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APPENDIX G Mini Sabbaticals and Special Funding (Showcase Sinclair) Business and Public Services (BPS), Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences (LCS), Life and Health Sciences (LHS), Science, Mathematics and Engineering (SME) Division

Department

Name

Title

BPS

Paralegal Program

Michael Brigner

Economics

Ribhi Daoud

Academic Foundations

Lucinda Schweller

American Association of Paralegal Educators 2011 North Central Regional Conference Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom Based Research Teaching Academic Survival Skills

LCS

Michael Smith

Amity Jetton Communication

David Bodary Heidi McGrew Kent Zimmerman Nadine Cichy Robert Leonard

Geography

Mohsen Khani

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Exposition National Association for Developmental Education National Communication Association Annual Conference Central States Communication Association Conference International Listening Association Conference and Board Meeting Annual Convention of the Eastern Communication Association Western States Communication Association Conference National Communication Association Conference ESRI International Conference National Social Science Association

Music

Kenneth Kohlenberg

Sociology

Katherine Rowell

College Band Directors National Association Conference National Social Science Association

English

Adrienne Cassel

Wordsworth Summer Conference

Elizabeth Christensen

Association of Business Communication Conference on College Composition and Communication 14th Annual Continuums of Service Conference National Social Science Association Professional Development Conference 21st Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference Club Industry Health and Fitness Conference and Exposition 2010 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise in Medicine 21st Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference Faculty Development Institute & Assembly on Education Symposium Faculty Development Institute/Assembly of Educators Conference

Lisa Mahle-Grisez Kristina Onder

LHS

Humanities, Government and Modern Languages Exercise, Nutrition & Sports Sciences

Laurel Mayer Billie Sanders

Carol Cole

Melissa Williams Health Information Management

Karen Motley Claudia Potts

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Division

Department

Name

Title

LHS

Mental Health Technology

Kathy Elson

2010 Addiction Studies Institute

Nursing

Isabelita Duncan

New Relevance in Neuroscience Nursing - 43rd Annual Educational Conference American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference American Physical Therapy Association Education Leadership Conference AARC Summer Forum & CoARC: Meet the Commission American Institute of Architects National Convention for Continuing Ed GM ASEP National Conference

Kathleen Petersen

SME

Physical Therapy Assisting

Debra Belcher

Respiratory Therapy Technology

Beth Zickefoose

Architectural Tech

Charles Setterfield

Automotive Tech

Stephen Ash

Chemistry

James Johnson

Sun Myong

SAMPE International Symposium, Exhibition, Directors Meeting and Student Programs 189th Conference of 2YC3

Electronics Engineering Technology

Donald Homan

HI-TEC Conference

Engineering Technical Design

Thomas Singer

Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mathematics

Larraine Kapka

National Science Teachers Association Conference AHRAE Annual Conference

Susan Harris Edward Gallo

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American Association of Two-Year Colleges Annual Conference American Association of Two-Year Colleges National Conference