What is required of me, if I agree to have an SLA workshop attached to my course?

Professors are not required to attend SLA workshop sessions. You are however invited (and encouraged) to drop in on a session to show support for the workshop and your facilitator. This will also make students feel you really are interested in their academic welfare. SLA workshops are not to be used as extensions of lecture time. Below, you will find a list outlining other requirements:

  1. Welcome your facilitator into your lecture and lab (if applicable).
  2. Introduce your facilitator to the students on the first day of class.
  3. Encourage your students to make use of the SLA workshops.
  4. Meet with your facilitator for one hour each week to collaborate on course and workshop delivery, discuss SLA student needs or concerns, and clarify any facilitator questions.
  5. Uphold SLA policies regarding workshop attendance.
  6. Supply the facilitator with a list of students required to attend your SLA workshop in a timely manner.
  7. Supply the facilitator with examples of test material.
  8. Allow 10-15 minutes of lecture time near the end of the semester for facilitator to conduct SLA program end-of semester evaluations.