Campus In-Service Day, January 21, 2016
WORKSHOPS – 1 – 3 p.m.
Faculty and Staff can register for any of the workshops listed below. Space is limited, so sign up today.

Session #1 Workshops – 1:00 to 1:50 p.m.
Teaching &Learning Track
Organizational Learning Track
Student Success Track
​CLOSED 
Using Moodle to Enhance a Face-to-Face Class
 
Joyce Bautch, Associate Professor, Theology
Jerry Burns, Professor, English
 Room T116
 
Interviewing Job Applicants 101
 
Amanda Duval, Director of Human Resources
Room T205
 
CampusSave/Title IX “It’s on us”
 
Kate Candee, Vice President of Student Engagement
Room T213
​CLOSED
Managing the Disruptive Student
 
Tracey Marx, SAS Adjunct Faculty Coordinator,
Amy Hennings, Assistant Professor, Psychology
Jen Schultz, Instructor, Psychology
Room T212
CLOSED
Handling Active Violence on Campus
 
Matt Rose, Coordinator of Campus Safety and Security
Room T217/218
Managing Marian’s Piece of the $185 Billion Financial Aid Pie
 
Pamela Warren, Director of Financial Aid
Ellen Eickhoff, Financial Aid Counselor
Room T118

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Session #1 Workshops – 1:00 to 1:50 p.m.

 Teaching & Learning Track
THIS SESSION IS CLOSED-- Using Moodle to Enhance a Face-to-Face Class
Presenter:  Joyce Bautch, Associate Professor, Theology and Jerry Burns, Professor, English
Room T116
If you are looking for ways to start to using Moodle or would like to explore some new ways to simplify your classroom teaching experience, this workshop will give you some ideas.  Areas that Moodle can assist you as a teacher is the Gradebook, quizzes and collecting and grading assignments.  Learn from two faculty members on how to use Moodle to help simplify your life.
 
​THIS SESSION IS CLOSED -- Managing the Disruptive Student
Presenters:  Tracey Marx, SAS Adjunct Faculty Coordinator, Amy Hennings, Assistant Professor, Psychology and Jen Schultz, Instructor, Psychology
Room T212
It’s not always cell phone use that can take a class off track.  Sometimes it is persistent disruptive behaviors, such as relentless chatter or sleeping during class, that can undermine the energy and learning in the classroom.   This panel will outline some of the most common abuses and offer some tips and strategies to address disruptive behavior in the classroom. Participants are encouraged to bring their own favorites.
 
 Organizational Learning Track
 Interviewing Job Applicants 101
Presenter, Amanda Duval, Director of Human Resources
Room T205
Selecting the best candidate for an opening in your department or school begins with asking the right questions during the job interview.  Should you ever be asked to serve on an interview team for an open position at Marian, do you know the ins and outs of the questions that can, and cannot be asked?  Update your job applicant interviewing skills and learn how to keep out of trouble.
 
THIS SESSION IS CLOSED -- Handling Active Violence on Campus
Presenter:  Matt Rose, Coordinator of Campus Safety and Security
Room T217/218
Learn the steps and strategies to take should an active shooter or a violent incident occur at Marian.  What behavior will help you and your students and colleagues stay safe.
 
Student Success Track
 CampusSave/Title IX “It’s on us”
Room T213
Presenter:  Kate Candee, Vice President of Student Engagement
Title IX is not just about sports.  Learn more about this landmark federal civil right legislation that prohibits sex discrimination and its impact on Marian University and on your interactions inside and outside of the classroom
 
 Managing Marian’s Piece of the $185 Billion Financial Aid Pie
Presenters: Pamela Warren, Director of Financial Aid and Ellen Eickhoff, Financial Aid Counselor
Room T118
More than $185 billion in financial aid is available to help our students go to college. The federal government is the main source and has a number of requirements tied to student financial aid.  Learn more about federal requirements and the policies and procedures in place at Marian to help keep college affordable for students.

 

Session #2 Workshops – 2:00 to 2:50 p.m.
Teaching &Learning Track
Organizational Learning Track
Student Success Track
NEW!!!!
Critical Thinking Model Used In GEN101
Room T212
Presenter:  Jennifer Krueger, Director of 1st Year Studies Program
​CLOSED
Dealing with Conflict in Small Groups
 
Mary Klein, Professor, Communication, Leadership
Room T217/218
 
History of Higher Ed and Compliances
 
Paul Krikau, Dean of Student Engagement
Room T118
​CLOSED 
Out-of-the-Box Assessment Tools
 
Karen Roberts, Associate Professor, Nursing
Cooper Wakefield, Assistant Professor, Communication
Room T116
 
 
Connecting with Skype for Business
 
Lynda Schultz, Director of Academic Technology
Anna Eherenman, Instructional Designer
Stayer Auditorium
 
BIT Team Takes Bite Out of Student Concerns
 
Jodi Schrauth, Student Health Nurse,
Brenda Stobb, Coordinator of Student Success,
Cathy Mathweg, Dean of Academic Advising and Services
Room T213
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Session #2 Workshops – 2:00 to 2:50 p.m.
 Teaching & Learning Track
NEW!!!! Critical Thinking Model Used In GEN101
Room T212
Presenter:  Jennifer Krueger, Director of 1st Year Studies Program
Understand the ins and outs of the Critical Thinking Model and how Marian freshman apply it in the GEN101 course.  Discuss ways to support this important student learning outcome in your teaching and interactions with students throughout their career at Marian.
 
 THIS SESSION IS CLOSED Out-of-the-Box Assessment Tools
Presenters:  Karen Roberts, Associate Professor, Nursing and Cooper Wakefield, Assistant Professor, Communication
Room T116
How do measure learning and track improvement beyond the standard tools of tests and papers.  Learn about and how to use some alternative assessment tools such as reverse case studies, debates, and in-class participation folders. 
 
Organizational Learning Track
Connecting with Skype for Business
Presenter:  Lynda Schultz, Director of Academic Technology and Anna Eherenman, Instructional Technologist
Stayer Auditorium
Skype for Business is the newest addition to the Office 365 suite of software tools at Marian.  Learn how to get started using and Skype and explore the ways it can be used, whether it’s hosting a remote classroom or interviewing a job applicant.
 
THIS SESSION IS CLOSED Dealing with Conflict in Small Groups
Presenter:  Mary Klein, Professor, Communication, Leadership
Room T217/218
Whether in classroom projects among students, or between members of the committees we serve on, conflict in small groups happens frequently.  The workshop will consider strategies for preventing conflict in the first place and handling conflict effectively when it does occur.
 
Student Success Track
 History of Higher Ed and Compliances
Presenter:  Paul Krikau, Dean of Student Engagement
Room T118
Federal and state regulations are everywhere in higher education and more are likely to be developed, clarified, or codified into law by Congressional act.  How did this come to be?  Is it different for private institutions?  Learn how the three branches of government each changed the shape of American higher education and will continue to do more of the same in the future. 
 

BIT Team Takes Bite Out of Student Concerns

Presenters:  Jodi Schrauth, Student Health Nurse, Brenda Stobb, Coordinator of Student Success, and Cathy Mathweg, Dean of Academic Advising and Services
Room T213

Members of Marian’s Behavioral Intervention Team, also known as BIT, will talk about the process of reporting a student that you are concerned about to the team as well as what the team does to support students outside of the classroom. In the session the BIT team members will also address some of the pressing behavioral and emotional issues and concerns facing the Marian student outside of the classroom.