The Faculty Development Center provides a centralized place to support the teaching of all EMU faculty, lecturers, teaching GAs, and student success staff. The FDC promotes excellence in teaching, learning, and scholarly activities in accordance with the core values of respect, inclusiveness, care, and commitment. The Center grounds itself in awareness and support for cultural diversity and community-building.
Please join us for this session, hosted by Eric Hemenway, Director of Repatriation, Archives and Records for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, that will give help educators weave in native history into the classroom, with examples of primary sources, topics and historical events that have significant, native participation. The focus will be on the Anishnaabek of Michigan.
Join us for this seminar, facilitated by Dr. Sally Burton-Hoyle, that focuses on inclusive resources to meet a wide range of needs in relation to neurodiversity in the university setting. Takes place October 18 @ 9:30-11 AM in 109B Halle or through Zoom.
“Professor Baker is student-centered. She is passionate about counseling and about teaching, and she nurtures a passion for counseling in her students. She loves to teach and is happy to take on additional teaching assignments. She does an admirable job of respecting the stated objectives of a course and differentiating her instruction for the particular abilities, interests, and needs of students. She balances high expectations with a humanistic, empathetic approach. Students respond well to her. Professor Baker is responsive, kind, and approachable."