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15 Practical Strategies to Re-energize Mid-career Teachers


Featured Higher Education Presenter: Ike Shibley, Ph.D.

Your campus community counts on its faculty.

Now you can do something to help them.

In 15 Practical Strategies to Re-energize Mid-career Teachers, Dr. Ike Shibley, provides mid-career faculty with the tools they need to stay energized and engaged.

Helping Faculty Make a Difference

It takes an engaged educator to connect with students. Dr. Shibley’s practical, reality-based techniques helps you:

  • Find teaching areas where you could innovate your way to more energy
  • Plan teaching changes requiring minimal, mid-range and major levels of commitment
  • Use pedagogical creativity in course design to increase student interest
  • Help colleagues find ways to re-energize.

Your presenter

Dr. Shibley, an associate professor of Chemistry at Penn State Berks, has a Ph.D. from East Carolina University and received a B.S. from the University of Pittsburgh. His extensive experience in online education includes more than 10 different presentations on professional development for college and university faculty. He is the recipient of Penn State’s Eisenhower Award for excellent teaching and mentoring of other teachers.

Professor Peery has earned Master Course Reviewer certification from Quality Matters. She was a member of the design team for Montgomery College’s online EN102 common course template, and in 2010, she was recognized as the MDLA Distance Educator of the Year.

Who will benefit from this seminar?

  • Course developers
  • Instructors
  • Faculty
  • Instructional designers
  • Administrators

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