Faculty Binder


Contact

Teri Tosspon
ttosspon@gmail.com
949-682-8374




Links

HealdEmail (Remote access) http://webmail.heald.edu

Heald Portal
http://myportal.heald.edu
Heald CARES assistance program (for students in need) http://healdcares.com
Timecard Entry: http://mytimecard.heald.edu
Heald Academic Catalog: http://www.heald.edu/about/catalogs
Current Heald catalog; http://www.heald.edu/multimedia/pdfs/Heald_Catalog.pdf
Heald Academic Calendar: www.heald.edu/multimedia/pdfs/quarter_schedule.pdf


Tosspon's Websites - Teaching Resources

Teaching_Games
Teach_Success
Teaching Resources
Writing_Research
Sample_Essays
Grammar Rocks!

Classroom management:
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How Tos













Day 1 Documents

My Day 1 handouts




I keep myself on track using

a daily powerpoint (I update it to ensure that it shows the
instructions of the CURRENT assignment
so there aren't those "What are we doing??" questions
You should plan for 4 sections, each one 50 minutes.
Breaks are generally 10 minutes long given as scheduled (below)
Morning class breaks (9:00-12:50)
9:50-10:00
10:50-11:00
11:50-12:00
Afternoon Classes (1:20-5:00)
2:10-2:20
3:10-3:20
4:10-4:20
Evening Classes (6pm-10pm)
6:50-7:00
7:50-8:10 - Dinner break is 20 min
9:00-9:10





Teaching Resources








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Our goal is retention and knowledge.

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Mentoring Documents



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Mentoring Resources

New Faculty Orientation Quiz - REQUIRED before you begin teaching @ Heald
http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22AX4W9SYDE
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Within 30 days of beginning teaching you need to complete quizzes these quizzes which encompass the Faculty Handbook, Employee Handbook, and New Faculty Handbook, etc.

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- Quiz 1: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22AY4XMEJF9
- Quiz 2: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22AY5PVEZ93
- Quiz 3: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22AY65QF9PJ
- Quiz 4: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22AY678FALU
- Quiz 5: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22AY6BSFDDZ





Sample Documents





More Sample Documents






HEALD ACADEMIC FREEDOM STATEMENT(pg 90 in Catalog)
The primary objective of the College is to provide quality education to our students. The College is committed to the free pursuit and dissemination of knowledge. Faculty members are encouraged to explore, discuss and create thoughtful teaching and learning experiences that examine differing perspectives. As professionals, they should be honest, responsible, and respectful of others and their opinions. Faculty are expected to support the College’s objectives and to differentiate between their own viewpoints and those of others, including professionally accepted views in a discipline. Faculty should present data and information fairly and objectively.