Kathleen Fabrizi

About me



The Diversity in “Diverse” | Origin: ED137 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

Be aware of my own behavior first!

Keeping Your Focus on the Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

I really like the emergency crisis simulation. I previously did something slightly different but this is better. Other than that good discussion on story every 20 minutes to refocus students and...

General Strategies for Student Retention | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

I probably underestimated the importance of telling jokes before class and picking a silly day to celebrate just for fun. This will be big during covid-19 virtual Instruction.

Understanding Student Characteristics | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

I could certainly improve being more patient and empathetic towards students outside problems that affect their behavior and performance in the classroom. I've always tried before but this segment...

Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

Creating a "safe space" for students to work through and test ideas and solutions, and looking at myself as a consultant while they work through those problems.

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

Awesome information about first day success factors. Also I took some great notes to improve my syllabus!

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

Enjoyed the idea that the syllabus is a contract between Instructor and students. Appreciated the detailed explanation on the page with everything that should be included in the syllabus and...

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

First of all, I did not even know there was a Certified Higher Education Professional Program until my work told me--for which I am so grateful. This has really opened my eyes to wonder how many...

Support Material, Notes, and Assessment | Origin: ED109 | New comment by Kathleen Fabrizi

Keeping a master book/log to document what worked well and didn't so that when I repeat the course, I can refer to the notes.