FALL 2010 TEACHING SEMINAR LUNCHEONS All seminars are held in The Connors Family Learning Center, 2nd floor O’Neill Library, from 12 to 1:00. Lunch will be provided. Wednesday, September 15th QUESTIONS, CONCERNS & COMMENTS: TEACHING SUCCESS IN THE FIRST SEMESTER An informal discussion among graduate students Facilitated by: Randy Bustamante, Theology and Ministry Ana Conboy, Romance Languages and Literatures, French Tomasz Szatanek, Biology Thursday, September 23rd PROMOTING ACADEMIC INTEGRITY IN YOUR CLASSES Clare Dunsford, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Advice on how to structure your class and assignments to encourage students to respect scholarly goals and academic integrity. Tuesday, October 19th LEADING EFFECTIVE CLASS DISCUSSIONS Specific techniques that work to engage students in discussion, with input from student panelists. Thursday, October 28th USING LIBRARY RESOURCES IN YOUR TEACHING Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah, Manager of Library Instructional Services A session on how you can take advantage of BC’s extensive libraries and library staff to teach your students to do research and write excellent papers. Wednesday, November 10th GRADING FAIRLY Using case studies, we will discuss the questions and situations that arise around grading. Tuesday, November 30 SYLLABUS DESIGN/REDESIGN Looking ahead to spring semester, this session will focus on elements of an effective syllabus.