Dr. Bernnell Peltier-Glaze
Interim Director
Phone: 713-313-6690
Email: glazebm@tsu.edu

Desa Dow, M.Ed
Program Coordinator
Phone: 713-313-6690
Email: tlec@tsu.edu

workshops & events

Take a look at our events below and register .

Presidential Initiative

Dates:

September 7th, 21th & 28th
Theme: Presidential Initiative: Academic Advising Professional Development Coordinated by The Teaching & Learning Excellence Center (TLEC)
Location: WALTER J. MCCOY AUDITORIUM
Texas Southern University
3100 Cleburne Street
Houston, TX 77004

Schedule

Time Event Speaker
12:00PM – 12:30PM Lunch
12:30 PM - 12:35 PM Welcome & Overview Dr. Sunny Ohia - Provost
Dr. Kimberly McLeod – TLEC
12:35 PM - 1:35 PM Invited Guests DeeJuana Lozada, Stephanie Ross
1:35 PM -
1:50 PM
Question and Answer All Panelists
1:50 PM -
2:20 PM
Advising and Admissions and Placement Dr. Maddox, Dr. Taylor – Graduate Admissions
Hasan Jamail – Undergraduate Admissions
1:20 PM -
1:40 PM
Financial Aid and Advising Linda Ballard – Financial Aid Office
1:40 PM -
2:55 PM
Student Academic Enhancement Services (SAES) Dr. Betty Cox - SAES
2:55 PM -
3:10 PM
Advising in the Core Curriculum Prof. Arbolina Jennings, Dr. Jane Perkyns, Dr. Nehs
3:10 PM -
3:40 PM
Advising for Graduation through Holds, Transfers and Other Obstacles Marilyn Square – Office of the Registrar
3:40 PM -
3:45 PM
Quality Enhancement Program Overview (QEP) Prof. Arbolina Jennings – QEP Associate Director
3:45 PM -
3:50 PM
Urban Academic Village Overview (UAV) Dr. Dr. Isiah Brown – UAV Director
3:50 PM -
3:55 PM
Honors College Overview Dr. Humphrey Regis, Dr. Diane Jemison-Pollard
3:55 PM -
4:00 PM
Closing Remarks

Presidential Initiative Registration Form

September 2012 workshops

Dates:

September 11-12
Theme: Diversifying the Lesson for the Hard to Teach: Retention Strategies and
Academic Advising
Description:

This professional development series will focus on pedagogical methods that address learning and teaching styles. Additionally, participants will explore how delivery styles impact student achievement. This series provides participants with skills to differentiate instruction for 21st Century learners while also addressing the real life academic contexts of students. Participants should expect to receive pragmatic and research-based instructional strategies and methods that ensure academic rigor, cultural relevance, student learning, and real life applicability are at the forefront of curricular design.

Location: Teaching and Learning Excellence Center
Texas Southern University
3100 Cleburne Street
Houston, TX 77004

Schedule

View Speakers & Workshop Descriptions
Workshops Agenda
Syllabus and Assessment 9:30am-10:45am
The State of Academic Advising 9:30am-10:45am
Lunch and Panel Discussion 11:00am -12:00pm
Teaching styles vs. Learning Styles Sessions Repeat
12:15pm - 1:30pm
1:45pm - 3:00pm
3:15pm - 4:30pm
Post-Traumatic School Disorder: Empowering Academic Achievement beyond High School
Focusing & Refocusing Student Attention: Responding to Unmotivated Learners
Energize your Course by Design
Networking & Entrepreneurial Strategies for Students

Diversifying the Lesson for the Hard to Teach Registration Form