Dare to Lead™ is a professional development opportunity for students and staff. Based on the grounded theory research of Dr. Brené Brown, this Dare to Lead course is an interactive leadership workshop you have never experienced before. It will teach you the skill sets of courage to work on and provide operationalized tools that will change how you lead forever.
Events and opportunities relevant to Fulton Schools staff.
Have you thought about what type of academic integrity culture exists in your course? Allotting time to share expectations, educate and inspire students to complete their studies with integrity is very important. It is no longer enough to just have an academic integrity statement in your syllabus.
ASU’s Emerging Supervisor Pathway training is a self-paced experience for employees aspiring to become supervisors with no prior experience and those with limited experience who have not yet been admitted to LWD’s Supervisor Development Program.
Venture Devils empowers the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide personalized support. Receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings and venture development spaces!
Fulton Schools staff and faculty are invited to join the virtual Intel® 2022 Academic Day, scheduled for Wednesday, July 20, 2022, 7:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. Pacific Time.
The Global Advocacy Certificate Program, or GACP, is for ASU faculty and staff who desire to cultivate a globally-minded campus through Cultural Intelligence (CI). Participants will broaden their awareness of intercultural topics and learn specific strategies for supporting culturally and linguistically diverse, or CLD, students and scholars in the classroom and workplace to promote a more inclusive community for all.
This event will include in-depth and interactive training for vital topics such as using the web portal, the Linux command line, the software module system, job submission, job benchmarking, job profiling, job monitoring, tools for submitting a large number of jobs, as well as how to leverage hardware such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and high memory nodes.
It’s time to apply for the Fall 2022 Supervisor Development Program! Series 41 begins on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. Please be aware that priority will be given to those applicants who are currently supervising staff. Even if you had previously applied for the Supervisor Development Program, we ask that you complete this form again so we have up-to-date information.
Your academic discipline and course content will evolve and change over time. The variety and types of students that you educate are limitless. What will never change is the need for graduates who display both competency and character. Academic integrity is a framework for any student’s future professional ethic. While we have an obligation to prepare students for successful futures in their chosen disciplines, let’s not forget our ability to positively impact students in the character realm as well.
The FSE Learning and Teaching Hub has a team of faculty members that serve as teaching leads for the Fulton Schools community. Faculty and instructional staff can connect with the teaching leads to receive support on:
Course materials such as lecture notes, exam questions and any other written material distributed in class are copyright protected. While copyright protection is not a panacea, it is a legal concept that most individuals understand. Additionally, it is a type of intellectual property law that supports getting course materials taken down from the internet when discovered. Here are a few suggestions to consider:
The FSE Learning and Teaching Hub has created a variety of Quick-Reference Guides (QRGs) for common teaching tasks and challenges. Think of the QRGs as condensed highlights on educational topics, meant to offer just-in-time learning to quickly implement pedagogical strategies and provide additional resources for learning.
Have you thought about what type of academic integrity culture exists in your course? Allotting time to share expectations, educate and inspire students to complete their studies with integrity is very important. It is no longer enough to just have an academic integrity statement in your syllabus. Internal reflection on the culture you want to foster in your class, followed by proactive and consistent communication, can go a long way toward inspiring students to make good decisions. The development of a positive class culture is highly individualistic but here are a few tips for consideration:
MediaPlus will replace MediaAMP/Modalis as the media delivery platform for ASU. Faculty and staff will not need to re-upload or transfer those resources themselves. All existing media, videos and transcripts in MediaAMP are being copied and saved and will begin to appear in MediaPlus in early December. All existing links to MediaAmp content within Canvas will be automatically transitioned to MediaPlus.
Ryan Meuth and Phill Miller are senior lecturers under the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence who have been creatively reimagining their approach to teaching and learning in the CSE 110: Principles of Programming course.