Day-long and week-long programs devoted to curricular and faculty development.
A 15-week hybrid seminar designed to introduce the necessary pedagogical practices and skills needed to develop and teach online at Stonehill College.
Informal conversations where faculty share their experiments using iPads in the classroom.
A program that brings small groups of faculty together for semester-long conversations about various classroom topics.
A monthly lunchtime seminar for all new full-time faculty.
A summer retreat for faculty interested in working on a SOTL research project.
A semester-long seminar open to all Stonehill faculty (application required).
Faculty-led conversations about various teaching topics.
A monthly reading group that brings faculty and librarians together to discuss how technology can be used to promote active learning in the classroom. Organized with the MacPhaídín Library.
A program meant to encourage better collaboration between faculty and librarians. Organized with the MacPhaídín Library.
An opportunity for faculty to have dedicated writing space to work on a scholarly or pedagogical project for a semester.
A retreat organized each spring for all faculty on the tenure track. Organized with the Dean of the Faculty.
A program meant to encourage faculty to visit each other's classes.
A series of faculty-led discussions about how different research methods can be applied to classroom-based research on teaching and pedagogy.
A series of roundtables and workshops meant to address ways faculty can better work with students with disabilities as well as students with emotional and other psychological challenges. Organized with Counseling Services and the Office of Disability Services.
An opportunity to visit the classes of three other faculty members at Stonehill