2019-2020 Workshops

Teaching & Learning@Carey facilitates workshops and collaborates with other teams within the Carey Business School and across JHU to promote teaching excellence. In addition to the workshops listed below, the team has also participated in the Hopkins Universal Design for Learning (HUDL) webinar as well as the Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration (DELTA) Showcase with the Johns Hopkins University Office of the Provost.
Pre-Course Development Workshop
  • These workshops help faculty prepare for the online course development process, including the role of the instructional designers, working with stakeholders, support and resources available, and general best practices for online teaching.
  • Facilitated by the Instructional Design & Development Team
  • Dates Offered
    • As needed 
Teaching Strategies Workshop
  • These interactive, hands-on workshops are designed to enhance Carey faculty's understanding of pedagogy while giving practical strategies to enhance teaching in the classroom. The workshops focus on best practices for teaching; effective strategies for conducting live (synchronous) online sessions and facilitating discussion forums; and technical and logistical guidelines. These workshops also include demonstrations of strategies for success in both onsite and online teaching and feature insights by experienced faculty.
  • Facilitated by Instructional Teaching Specialists and Instructional Design & Development Team
    • Online Teaching Strategies Series: Teaching online offers a unique set of challenges. Join us for this workshop series as we explore strategies and techniques to make your online classroom engaging and effective. 
      • August 2019: Best Practices for Online Groups and Team Assignments
      • January 2020: Series II 
    • Active Learning Techniques Series: These workshops cover a variety of collaborative classroom activity theories and techniques. They stimulate inquiry and interest as students acquire knowledge and skills in various educational modalities. These student-centered learning techniques help maximize their participation, motivate their learning, and encourage them to move beyond a superficial approach.
      • September 2019: Series I
      • October 2019: Series II
      • November 2019: Series III
Online Course Development Debrief
  • These workshops provide new online faculty an opportunity to share their experiences in developing an online course. They also provide faculty with information on what to expect and major responsibilities during course delivery, as well as highlight key policies related to online learning and resources available to faculty.
  • Facilitated by the Instructional Design & Development Team
  • Dates Offered
    • Date TBD: Summer 2019 Debrief
Teaching with Technology Webinars
  • These interactive webinars introduce and demonstrate various instructional technology applications available to faculty. These webinars focus on technologies that enable live web conferencing, screen capturing, interactive polling, online assessment, and other enhanced opportunities for student communication and collaboration.
  • Facilitated by the Multimedia Team and Instructional Design & Development Team
  • Dates Offered
    • May 2020
Course Development Workshop
  • These workshops are designed for Course Leads and other interested faculty. The focus of these workshops includes revising course learning objectives, course assessments, and learning activities with the overall aim of ensuring that student learning at Carey is situated within a rigorous, coherent, and mission-driven curriculum.
  • Facilitated by Instructional Design & Development Team and Instructional Teaching Specialists
  • Dates Offered:
    • December 2019: Quality Matters Quality Assurance Process and Rubric
      • As a leader in the education quality assurance realm, Quality Matters (QM) has been adopted by many higher education institutes globally. The core principles of the Quality Matters (QM) rubric include being continuous improvement-centered, collegial, and collaborative in order to design, evaluate, and improve online and hybrid/blended courses. The APPQMR workshop covers the underlying principles of the QM Rubric and critical elements of the QM quality assurance process.