To discuss support strategies for student(s) in your classes, please join a Faculty Drop-in Session or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon 3/29, Wed 3/31 and Thurs 4/2 9:30-10:30 am
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The following are a list of tutorials, forms, and tips to support teaching and learning.
Academic Integrity Violations-Faculty Form: This form is to be utilized by faculty to report an academic integrity violation.
Please refer to the academic integrity policy in the catalog for additional information.
Embedded Learning Fellow Program
This program focuses on engagement of Learning Fellows to provide more individualized attention and assistance during class activities and/or to motivate students’ participation and engagement in the curriculum outside the classroom setting. Learning fellows can apply to both online and in-person modalities. The role of the learning fellow is NOT to provide technical support for delivery of content. The fellow may attend all, or only certain class meeting days each week.
Depending on the faculty goals, the Embedded Learning Fellow may serve as:
a peer tutor, providing support to students as they work with the class content and texts;
a mentor, helping students foster connections with resources and support services;
a model student, demonstrating effective student behaviors and successful academic habits
The Embedded Learning Fellow may engage in the following types of activities:
Facilitating small group exercises or discussions
Offering the perspective of an experienced student in class discussions
Working with individual students who require additional support during class activities
Assisting students to learn how to effectively utilize software, tools, etc.
Guiding students, providing feedback and answering questions during in-class, hands-on practice
Please email email@example.com with any questions or to set up an appointment to discuss the program in more detail.
Refer a student for hire in the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE). The CAE Director will contact the student to arrange an interview. Refer tutors using the form below:
Student of Concern Form: This form is to be utilized by students, faculty and staff, to inform university officials of your concerns regarding a student.
Drew University is committed to increasing student retention, persistence, and success. One of the many ways the University can do this is by using the early alert system, Beacon. This module is designed to quickly identify students who present with academic behaviors that indicate a risk for academic difficulty or failure and connect them with campus resources.
Faculty often have the most daily contact with students. Beacon provides a platform for faculty to communicate concerns regarding a student’s academic behaviors. Beacon allows individuals in a student’s Success Network to access this valuable information and affords them the ability to identify trends and intervene. The Success Network is made up of University stakeholders who frequently interact with a student. Depending upon the student’s major and involvement on campus, these individuals include academic advisors, professional staff advisers, athletic advisors, and academic support staff in the Center for Academic Excellence. Other stakeholders who have access to Beacon include the Directors of Accessibility Resources, Counseling and Psychological Services, and Residence Life.
For help accessing Beacon and for data questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Links to access Beacon:
Creating Updates and Alerts: Updates and Alerts within Beacon are frequently used to keep track of how students are doing within your Success Network. In this short webinar, you will learn how to create updates and alerts for students within your Success Network on the Beacon site. View the tutorial here.
Customizing Email Preferences: Beacon allows administrators to edit email preferences based on their needs and responsibilities. Customizing your notifications will allow you to monitor how much information you receive from Beacon from only updates for your students to daily digest emails and more. View the tutorial here.
Notations Overview: This training session will focus on the Notations component (updates and alerts) of the Beacon platform. We will focus on describing what notations are and when you may choose to utilize them, how they are created, and designating who on your campus these are visible too. View the tutorial here.
Faculty Experience: This training session provides guidance for faculty -in their role as instructors- to submit alerts for students in their classes. View the tutorial here.
Additional Beacon Guides Below:
Click here to review the Criteria for Submitting and Lowering Beacon Alerts