When You Run a Faculty Workshop at Your Alma Mater


Know what’s a little surreal? Being invited back to your undergraduate alma mater to give the opening professional development workshop to the faculty. I had the pleasure of returning to Westminster College (PA) to facilitate the opening professional development workshop of the AY 2018-2019. We spent the morning talking about designing good group projects, assessing … Continue reading When You Run a Faculty Workshop at Your Alma Mater

Agile Faculty Manifesto – Responding to Change


This post is part of a series looking at the Agile Faculty Manifesto. Read the Manifesto in this series preview post or in Chapter 1 of the book. This post explore what it means to focus on responding to change in higher education. Agile Faculty respond to changing environments rather than maintain status quo of … Continue reading Agile Faculty Manifesto – Responding to Change

Agile Faculty Manifesto – Engaged Learning


This post is part of a summer series looking at the Agile Faculty Manifesto. Read the Manifesto in this series preview post or in Chapter 1 of the book. This post explore what it means to focus on engaged learning. Agile Faculty value engaged learning over passive reception. Some of my classes seem like chaos. … Continue reading Agile Faculty Manifesto – Engaged Learning