Different styles and techniques can achieve different outcomes, but you need to know your strengths and how to use them to ensure your students succeed. Assessment strategy is key to knowing if outcomes were achieved and can serve as a basis for course improvement. This webinar will teach you different teaching styles and techniques and show you the different types of assessments available, including how to assess the assessor: using student assessments to examine your own teaching and improve.Presenters: Brantlee Spakes-RichterAssistant Professor, University of FloridaLori CarrisAssociate Dean, Washington State University
Anissa PoleatewichAssistant Professor, University of New Hampshire
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Few people think about letters of reference until they need one or need to write one. However, a good practice is to start thinking about the letters you will need or need to write from the beginning of a new position. Keeping in mind that your letter writters are busy people, request letters in a way that will allow them to spend quality time on your letter. This will likely lead to the best results.Presenter: Carolee T. Bull, PhDProfessor & Department Head, Department of Plant Pathology and Environmental MicrobiologyDirector Penn State Microbiome Center
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