GSS Webinar: Introduction to Student Management Teams as a Faculty Resource

Please complete our post-viewing survey:&nbsp;<a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href=""></a><br><br><b>Presenters:&nbsp;Dr. Hilary Schuldt (CATLR) and Vincent Capone (GSS)</b><br>This webinar will introduce the concept of initiating student management teams within your classroom to benefit instruction and international student populations. It will define what student management teams are, examine research into this topic from other leading institutions, and discuss its implementation within CPS courses this past fall 2015 term. The webinar will present benefits of this resource in the classroom for both faculty and students, while also providing information on how faculty can initiate a student management team within their classroom for future terms.<br><br>Dr. Hilary Schuldt is an associate director with the Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research, where she consults with and facilitates workshops for faculty, post-docs, and graduate students on a variety of teaching and learning topics. She also runs the Center’s Future Faculty Program for Teaching in Higher Education. Her areas of focus include the teaching of communication skills, TA development, and teaching statements and portfolios. She earned her PhD in rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon University and has taught courses in composition, professional writing, and language and culture.<br><span><br>Vincent Capone is a student support specialist with Global Student Success. He has been working with international student populations both in and out of the classroom for the past six years. Vincent earned his MA in history at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, where he researched social memory of the Cultural Revolution using Chinese social media as a lens.</span>