Teaching Workshops

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The University is committed to its teaching mission. Various divisions provide teaching workshops and events to support faculty in their instructional responsibilities.  The list below describes programs available including filters to identify workshops available to faculty based on their division or topic of interest.

Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows should also explore the Johns Hopkins Teaching Academy for a comprehensive list of workshops and the certificate of completion.


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  • Online

    Scenario Based Learning Workshop

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from WSE
    • Occurs in Summer, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    This workshop will explore the meaning of and provide examples of scenario-based learning for engineering environments. Participants will discover the benefits of scenario-based learning and how to implement it into online courses to increase student engagement.

    Presenters , Diane Banner, Toni Picker

    Date 07/06/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Homewood Center for Educational Resources (KSAS/WSE)

    Culturally Responsive Teaching Series

    • Available to Faculty, Post-docs, Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    The Teaching Academy, in partnership with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), offers a special training opportunity: The Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) Workshop Series. The CRT Program trains faculty and others by engaging them in self-reflective processes that allow them to convey to others—students, for example—the need for self-reflection, for self-awareness, for mindful engagement in life’s ever-changing cultural contexts. The CRT Program at CCBC emphasizes that because we human beings are the most social of animals, wherever human beings are, culture is always present. Our perceptions, interpretations, beliefs, and even our knowledge are culturally framed by our experiences in unique social networks of meaning making. Because perceptions of race are learned within bonded social-cultural networks, “race” too is always present and should be examined cooperatively and respectfully through dialogue.

     

    When: Wednesdays, April 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th from 6-8 PM ET

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  • Homewood JHMI Online Center for Educational Resources (KSAS/WSE)

    Teaching Academy training for graduate students & post-docs

    • Available to Post-docs, Graduate Students from BSPH, Carey, KSAS, Peabody, SAIS, School of Education, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, WSE, All divisions
    • Occurs in Ongoing
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Assessment
      • Educational Research
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    The Teaching Academy offers Ph.D. students and Post-doctoral Fellows from all divisions across Johns Hopkins University, college teacher training and academic career preparation opportunities through courses, workshops, teaching practicums, teaching-as-research fellowships, and individual consultation.  Our programs and community are committed to developing and sharing Culturally Responsive Teaching practices and instructional approaches that engage students, support improved learning outcomes, and foster inclusive classrooms and critical pedagogy.

    We invite you to take part in any of the Teaching Academy offerings on an ad-hoc basis. However, if you are considering a career in academia, you may wish to consider committing more fully to your professional development and teaching preparation by participating in the full Certificate of Completion Program.

    Please explore our website for ongoing training opportunties throughout the year.

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  • Online Center for Teaching & Learning (BSPH)

    Creating Universally Accessible Materials: Best Practices for Faculty

    • Available to Faculty from BSPH, Carey, KSAS, Peabody, SAIS, School of Education, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, WSE, All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, February, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Universal Design for Learning

    In committing to providing equitable opportunity for all learners, faculty are expected to share accessible instructional content. By routinely employing some best practices to reach and include more people across more platforms, faculty will be well on their way toward creating and sharing accessible instructional content. Join the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) to learn about some specific steps that will help get you started.

    This session will be held using Zoom. Registration is required and open to all divisions.

    Upcoming dates:

    • Wednesday, March 17 at 1PM
    • Thursday, March 18 at 10AM
    • Wednesday, March 24 at 3PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Active Learning in Online Courses

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Summer, August
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning

    Join us in this fun workshop to discover the foundations and practical applications of active learning. In this fast-paced, active workshop, you will experience several active learning techniques that you can employ right away in your online course(s). You will explore some examples of active learning in different types of virtual environments and engage in an active discussion with your colleagues about active learning.
    This workshop is 60 minutes in length.

    Presenters Kim Barss, Olysha Magruder

    Date

    08/26/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Blackboard Essentials

    • Available to from All divisions
    • Occurs in Summer, August
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop provides an overview of the top tools used in Blackboard. It gives special focus to gradebook setup and syllabus distribution. This workshop will have an interactive component in which the audience is polled about which tools they would like to know more. A Q&A session will also be included. Participants will leave with the confidence to use Blackboard to conduct their class.

    Presenters Ed Queen, Kelly Queen

    Date 08/11/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    BOOT CAMPTASIA PRO (Short Online Course)

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, May, August
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This short course will focus on advanced Camtasia editing and video-enhancing features. This course is not for beginners but geared towards those who are ready further improve their videos and engage their students using robust features that Camtasia has to offer. The course concludes with a live Q&A session with the course instructor(s).

    Specific topics covered in the course include:

    • Making Updates to Previously Recorded Lectures
    • Enhancing Your Video
    • Create an Intro or Title
    • Blur or Mask a Video
    • Change the Clip Speed
    • Add Annotations and Callouts
    • Zoom & Pan with Animations
    • Using Freeze Region (to Edit out Unexpected Pop-Ups)
    • Extend Frame to Playhead
    • Interactive Hotspots
    • How to Remove a Color (Green Screen)
    • In-Depth Timeline Editing
    • Creating a Video Playlist in Your Course Site
    • Record & Edit Webcam Video
    • Use a Tablet to Record Lectures

    This course should take 2-3 hours to complete at your own pace.

    Suggested Prerequisite: Lecture Video Recording (Basic)

    Presenters Denille Williams, Ed Queen

    Date

    05/09/2021

    08/01/2021

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Bootcamptasia: Self Paced Online Course

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, April, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    **THIS COURSE IS A WEEK-LONG SELF-PACED COURSE THAT TAKES AN ESTIMATED 2-3 HOURS TO COMPLETE**
    So, you’ve decided that you want to have pre-recorded lecture videos in your class. Where do you begin?

    This asynchronous, self-paced short course will introduce Camtasia, a desktop application for screen and audio recording. This course is geared towards those new to lecture recordings and who would like to gain a basic working knowledge of Camtasia in order to be able to record a lecture, make basic edits, and post it to their course site.  The course concludes with a live Q&A session with the course instructor(s).

    Specific topics covered in the course include:

    • Camtasia Overview: Introducing the Timeline, Tools Panel, Canvas, and Properties Panel
    • Record the Screen and Audio
    • Record a PowerPoint Presentation
    • Getting Crisp, Clear Screen Video
    • Basic Timeline Editing
    • Remove Mistakes from a Video Using Trim & Split
    • Basic Audio Editing
    • Export a Video
    • Share Your Video in Your Course Site

    This course should take 2-3 hours to complete at your own pace.

     

    Presenters Denille Williams, Ed Queen

    Date

    04/26/2021

    07/25/2021

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Designing Group Projects

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Summer, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    Group projects and other forms of collaborative assignments provide meaningful learning experiences for students and instructors. Students working together on an assignment promotes active learning, which in turn develops essential skills such as critical thinking, communication, and decision making. For group projects to be successful, their design requires careful thought and planning.

    In this workshop, we will share strategies that leverage the benefits of group assignments and minimize student and instructor frustration.

    Dates

    7/20/2021, 7:00 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Developing Scenario Based Learning for Your Course (Short Online Course)

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Summer, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    In this short course participants will conceptualize ideas for learning scenarios appropriate for their course, create a flow chart for their scenario, and draft a narrative for their activity. In addition, participants will identify and select tools for the implementation of their scenario and develop an implementation plan.

    Presenters Diane Banner, Toni Picker

    Date 07/11/2021

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Enhancing Your Course with OER

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, April, June
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Educational Technology Training

    Open Educational Resources (OER) are ready-made learning materials that may be included in courses without any charge to the institution or students. They include textbooks, videos, podcasts, websites, labs, and simulations. Using OER in a course can reduce development time and introduce high-quality interactive materials that will enhance student engagement. During this session, participants will learn what OERs are, where to find OER for the engineering and STEM disciplines, and see examples of high quality OER integration in Engineering for Professionals courses.

    Presenters Diane Banner, Kim Barss, Sharon Morris

    Date

    04/22/2021, 2:00 PM

    06/21/2021, 2:00PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Facilitating Active Synchronous Sessions in Zoom

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, May, August
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    Synchronous online instruction requires different approaches and tools compared to asynchronous online and traditional on-site course delivery. In this session, we will demo features in zoom, and present active learning ideas to take your online synchronous course to the next level.

    Presenters Heather George, Kim Barss, Toni Picker

    Date

    05/06/2021, 7:00 PM

    08/25/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Homewood Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Faculty Forward

    • Available to Faculty from WSE
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies

    The Faculty Forward Program provides intensive pedagogical approaches, such as active learning and problem-based learning, combined with the power of technology to increase student engagement and learning. The Faculty Forward Program is developed, implemented, and facilitated by faculty and instructional designers. The program models best practices in online, face-to-face, and blended learning modalities by offering both online and face-to-face components. The faculty who complete the program will push the boundaries for what is possible in online and digital learning which is critical to the vision of the Whiting School of Engineering/Engineering for Professionals and The Johns Hopkins University. The faculty who participate in the program will be better equipped with the strategies and tools needed in today’s ever-evolving higher education climate.

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Getting Your Course “Back to School” Ready

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, May, August
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    Your courses are like your children, before the start of every new school year they need some touch-ups and refreshing. So, come on over to the Center for Learning and Design’s (CLD) “Back-to-School” aisle and we will get your course outfitted with all the supplies you need. Come for the insights, tips and resources for tweaking your course materials and components. We will share and hear from your colleagues about some key steps needed to start your semester on the right foot.

    Date

    05/13/2021, 3:00 PM

    05/27/2021, 3:00 PM

    08/04/2021, 4:30 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Microsoft Teams - Beyond the Basics

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, May, August
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop provides a look at advanced features in Microsoft Teams that are useful for managing your course and interacting with students. We discuss why these features and tasks are useful and how to perform them. After seeing a demonstration of each task, participants will each select two tasks to complete and receive support as they perform them. The session concludes with a Q&A session.

    Date

    05/20/2021, 12:00 PM

    08/18/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Multimedia Learning Design: Principles, Tips and Keeps (Short Online Course)

    • Available to Faculty from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This short course explores how to design multimedia instruction to help students learn better. It starts with a brief overview of Richard Mayer’s Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning and focuses on a set of principles grounded upon this theory as well as research evidence. The course discusses how these principles can provide guidance to the design of multimedia instruction to maximize learning. It presents related studies, best practices and recommends Tips and Keeps: strategies for creating effective multimedia content (lecture presentations and videos) along with examples from online engineering courses as well as tools used to create the content. Participants are encouraged to share their practice portfolio showcasing the application of multimedia learning principles.

    Presenters: Hong Shaddy

    Date: 04/12/2021

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Teaching with MS Teams

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, April, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    Microsoft (MS) Teams is an online collaboration platform available through JHU’s Office 365 license. It allows users to chat, hold discussions, share links, images, and documents for collaborative editing.  MS Teams is  integrated  with Office 365 online applications, allowing for seamless collaboration for you and your students.

    In this webinar, you will learn about the basics of MS Teams. You will find out  how to request a Teams site for your course,  post in a Channel,  and  set up a Team for your students to use. You will receive resources to help you as you begin using Teams.

     

    Presenters Margo Williams

    Date

    04/27/2021, 12:00 PM

    07/14/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Using Technology to Facilitate Group Projects

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Summer, March, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Educational Technology Training

    Instructional technology can enhance the facilitation of group assignments. There are many tools that enable students to collaborate, communicate, share, evaluate, and produce the final group project deliverables. In addition, technology may also empower instructors to more efficiently and effectively monitor and provide feedback.

    In this workshop, we will explore the available technology tools to facilitate group work and discuss how these tools can be used alone, or as a collection, to create a collaborative workspace for your students.

    Presenters Denille Williams, Ed Queen

    Date 07/21/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Online Faculty Forward (WSE - EP)

    Want High Quality Student Papers? Partner with the Library to Improve Student Research Skills

    • Available to Faculty, Post-docs, Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants, Staff from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, Summer, April, June
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    Our students have a wide array of resources available through the Sheridan Libraries to support their research. But students often don’t know where to start. To help take away some of the mystery, the library offers a self-paced, research-skills module designed to be integrated into any existing course. The module was integrated into an EP course with noticeable improvement in the quality of research, and literature citing, conducted by the students.

    Presenters Sharon Morris

    Date

    04/28/2021, 12:00 PM

    06/23/2021, 12:00 PM

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  • Homewood Institute for Excellence in Education (SOM)

    Foundations of Teaching and Learning Course

    • Available to Faculty from All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    April 29, 2021, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    The IEE, in partnership with the Office of Faculty Development and the Johns Hopkins Faculty Development Program, is pleased to offer a half-day course on the Foundations of Teaching and Learning (FTL). This course is designed to cover the highest-yield teaching skills topics in a brief time. The course is designed for new faculty, faculty who may want a “refresher”, or faculty seeking additional skills. We believe that even expert, senior faculty will enjoy and benefit from the course.

    Venue: Virtual via Zoom

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  • Online Institute for Excellence in Education (SOM)

    IEE Education Conference and Celebration

    • Available to Faculty from BSPH, School of Medicine, School of Nursing
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Assessment
      • Educational Research
      • Educational Technology Training

    REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

    Conference Date: Friday, March 26th, 2021, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST

    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
    Conference this year will be held virtually via Zoom

    The Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) and the Office of the Vice Dean for Education of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, are happy to announce the IEE Education Conference and Celebration. The conference is intended to bring together educators from across the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health to share ideas, educational research, innovations, and instructional methodologies; to learn from each other and guests, promote a community of educators, and celebrate our great teachers and educators.

    We are looking forward to another great gathering.

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  • Online Institute for Excellence in Education (SOM)

    IEE Summer Teaching Camp

    • Available to Faculty, Post-docs, Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants from All divisions
    • Occurs in Summer, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Assessment
      • Educational Research

    July 22-23, 2021, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Join us for our annual two day teaching camp, which provides a fun, interactive and experiential program to enhance teaching skills. It is aimed at all levels of expertise.

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Basics of Using VoiceThread

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. VoiceThread is a great tool to improve student engagement and active learning. Here we will show how to create and share an interactive VoiceThread.

    Tuesday, March 9th, 2021, 2:30 PM ET

    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021, 10:30 AM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Getting Started with Blackboard

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. Designed for faculty who are using Blackboard for the first time. An overview of the basic processes and tools.

    Monday, March 1st, 2021, 2:30 PM ET

    Thursday, April 8th, 2021, 10:30 AM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Grading Workflows in Blackboard

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP. Efficiently manage and grade students’ assignments, discussions, and assessments. This session will review the features available in Blackboard for grading and providing feedback. This workshop is designed for novice and experienced Blackboard users.

    Thursday, March 11th, 2021 10:30 AM ET

    Monday, April 5th, 2021 2:30 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Making Your Blackboard Course More Accessible

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. As you are working in Blackboard, you will want to make sure your course is accessible to all students. In this webinar, you will learn about some tips and tricks that will help you create accessible content in your course.

    Thursday, March 18th, 2021 1 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Microsoft Office and PDF Accessibility

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. Whether it is written content or presentations most of this content is created using Microsoft Office projects and exported as a PDF. This session will review the tools needed to check the accessibility of this content. 

    Tuesday, March 30th, 2021 1 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Multimedia and Technology Webinar for Fall 2021 Developments

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    KSAS AAP faculty can join us for a webinar about creating multimedia content for JHU courses. The webinar will introduce faculty to an exciting variety of multimedia as well as explain how the IRC can assist in this process.

    Monday, March 1st, 2021, 12 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Panopto Accessibility & Auto Captioning

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    When creating your Panopto videos, you will want to provide captions due to accessibility purposes.  In this webinar we will show you how you can easily provide captions through Panopto and edit existing captions. This webinar is for KSAS AAP faculty.

    Tuesday, March 16th, 2021 12 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Recording Lectures in Panopto

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. Panopto allows faculty to create, store, and share multimedia in their Blackboard course. This session will review how to use the Panopto tool for creating instructional video content.

    Thursday, March 4th, 2021, 10:30 AM ET

    Tuesday, April 20th, 2021, 2:30 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Social Learning Platforms Walkthrough

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. Are you looking for a more engaging way to facilitate student discussions? Well, look no further. This webinar will review a couple of platforms that you can use to give student discussions a more comfortable, intuitive, and engaging design. From practical options like Microsoft teams, which have much more modern socialization features to more dramatic departures from the norm with 3D virtual meeting spaces that are easy to navigate with avatars, this walkthrough will help you see how you can revolutionize your students’ interaction and encourage more student-to-student socialization with alternative platforms.

    Wednesday, Mar 10th, 2021 2:30 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    Using Zoom to Hold Class Sessions

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. Zoom allows faculty to host synchronous class meetings and to record meetings. This session will cover scheduling, hosting, and sharing meetings.

    Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021, 2:30 PM ET

    Tuesday, April 13th, 2021, 2:30 PM ET

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  • Online Instructional Resource Center (KSAS - AAP)

    VoiceThread Accessibility & Auto Captioning

    • Available to Faculty from KSAS
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March
    • Learning objectives:
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    This workshop is for KSAS AAP faculty. When creating your VoiceThread presentations, you will want to provide captions due to accessibility purposes.  In this webinar we will show you how you can easily provide captions through VoiceThread and review the VoiceThread Universal tool for students who will need a simplified version for screen readers.

    Friday, March 26th, 2021 12 PM ET

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  • Online IT@Peabody (PEA)

    Peabody Faculty Lunch & Learn Series

    • Available to Faculty from Peabody
    • Occurs in Spring semester, March, April
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies

    Multiple dates; intended for Peabody faculty

    • March 23: Trauma Informed Pedagogy
    • April 6: Diversifying the Pipeline: The Pathway to College
    • April 20: Diversity and Anti-Racism in the Conservatory Sector

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  • Online IT@Peabody (PEA)

    The Peabody Digital Teaching Collective

    • Available to Faculty from Peabody
    • Occurs in Summer, June, July
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Assessment
      • Educational Research
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    FOR PEABODY FACULTY ONLY

    As all of higher education considers the potential impact of coronavirus on Fall 2020 and beyond, the Academic Technology and Instructional Design (AT&ID) team at Peabody has partnered with Institute Studies to create a cohort-based summer program for faculty – The Peabody Digital Teaching Collective.

    The Collective provides faculty with the tools necessary to transition from in-person teaching to a hybrid model, where the synchronous portion takes place either in-person or via Zoom.

    All participants in the Collective receive overviews of online teaching best practices and course design, templates and training for Blackboard and Microsoft Teams, and the range of available and supported technology teaching tools. The Collective is also designed to be responsive and will adapt to faculty questions and concerns throughout the engagement.

    Faculty will dedicate 3-4 hours per week over 6 active weeks of participation. Having ultimately spent at least 24 hours over 6 weeks in the Collective, faculty will have gained the skills needed to apply these new tools and knowledge to their teaching catalog prior to the Fall 2020 semester.

    As a result of participating in the Collective, faculty will:

    • Create a module-based overview with learning objectives and an assessment plan for one course,
    • Create two complete modules of content within one course,
    • Complete a deep-dive on two technology tools of their choosing in addition to Blackboard, and
    • Gain access to a growing repository of Peabody and JHU resources and live event opportunities.

    When:
    Monday, June 15, 2020 through Friday, July 31, 2020

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  • Online Office of Innovative Learning, Design and Assessment (SOE)

    Online Teaching Certification

    • Available to Faculty, Teaching Assistants from School of Education
    • Occurs in Ongoing
    • Learning objectives:
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Educational Technology Training

    The School of Education (SOE) requires all new faculty to complete this self-paced tutorial regardless of whether they teach a course online or in-person. The course is offered through SOE’s Faculty Resource site.  Please send an email to soe-mtt@jhu.edu if you would like access or more information. 

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  • Online Other

    Provost’s Teaching with Technology DELTA Symposium

    • Available to Faculty, Post-docs, Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants, Staff from BSPH, Carey, KSAS, Peabody, SAIS, School of Education, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, WSE, All divisions
    • Occurs in Spring semester, May
    • Learning objectives:
      • Active learning
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Assessment
      • Educational Research
      • Universal Design for Learning
      • Educational Technology Training

    We invite you to register for the 3rd annual Provost’s Teaching with Technology DELTA Symposium, which will be held virtually on Tuesday, May 4th from 9:00AM to 3:00PM.

    The symposium will highlight the projects funded by the Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration (DELTA) grants. The symposium will also feature an opening keynote with Dr. Tonya Matthews, Associate Provost for Inclusive Workforce Development and Director of the STEM Learning Innovation Center at Wayne State University (WSU), and will include breakout sessions focused on teaching innovations and this year’s theme of fostering student engagement in learning communities. 

     Please register to secure your access to this event. 

    The Provost’s DELTA initiative is intended to unleash the potential of digital technology and encourage the Johns Hopkins community to think creatively about how to continually improve teaching at the University For more information about DELTA, please visit the Office of the Provost website. 

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