Video Clips from Ken Bain's Workshops

On April 18, 2011, Dr. Ken Bain facilitated two workshops with faculty at BYU-Idaho. We have posted video recordings of his workshops to continue the conversations started about learning and teaching. To view the video clips, click on the links below and log-on to the video streaming ser... [More]
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Spring Faculty Development Opportuntities

Academic Technology Training Faculty Technology Center (FTC) Transition your course to BrainHoney and learn how to deliver instruction, manage assignments, stay connected with your students, promote group work and collaboration, and administer quizzes and exams.  Training workshops a... [More]
Posted April 28, 2011 Comments (0)

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Faculty Conference: Call for Proposal Papers

Submission Due Date: July 6, 2011 The Faculty Dialogue Committee invites you to the third annual Faculty Conference at BYU-Idaho. The Faculty Conference is a chance for faculty to engage in the academic conversation of our craft at this unique institution of higher learning. We welcome proposals ... [More]
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Ken Bain Visit

General Faculty Meeting and Luncheon April 18th, Noon*, Manwaring Center Grand Ballroom After lunch, Dr. Ken Bain will facilitate an interactive session on the topic of “Fostering Deep Learning.” If any full-time faculty member is not able to attend, please notify your dean by April ... [More]
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Study Skills Video Clips

Many times as faculty we see students behave in ways that are counterproductive to their learning of material in our classes. The following study skills videos were created to assist you in addressing some of these behaviors. As you see poor learning behaviors in your students, you may chose to use ... [More]
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Winter Faculty Development Opportunities

Faculty LuncheonAcademic OfficeKen Bain will speak and answer questions at a luncheon for BYU-Idaho faculty members on April 18th at 12:30 pm on the art and craft of teaching.  His book, What the Best College Teachers Do, has been one of the top selling books on higher education, and provides a... [More]
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Lest They Forget

By D.J. Teichert, Study Skills Center Director   A Self Assessment of Student Study Practices on campus recently revealed that the greatest deficiency students have is their inability to store information learned in their courses. When asked whether they "reviewed or edited ... [More]
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Faculty Committees Promote Teaching & Learning

Many faculty development activities are sponsored by faculty committees at BYU-Idaho. These activities include traveling to national conferences, funding for professional development, grants for student research, publications, and campus workshops.   In an effort to increase facu... [More]
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