Select Page

TFSC: Ed Clausen, Wally Cordes Chair Discussion on Engaging Students in the Large Classroom

Ed Clausen, March 2018 Wally Cordes Chair, Associate Department Head, and Professor in the College of Engineering, led a discussion on engaging students in the large classroom titled, “How Can We Reach Students, Particularly in Large Classrooms?” In this...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Ed Clausen, Wally Cordes Chair Discussion on Engaging Students in the Large Classroom

Faculty Spotlight: “Beyoncé and Black Feminism” – Designing and Developing Your Dream Course

Dr. Constance Bailey, Assistant Professor of English/African American Studies, gave a talk on her experiences with developing her course “Beyoncé and Black Feminism”  for the Department of English’s Pedagogy Lunch Series. During this talk Dr. Bailey...

Continue Reading: Faculty Spotlight: “Beyoncé and Black Feminism” – Designing and Developing Your Dream Course

TFSC: Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)

​Rebecca Miles, Clinical Assistant Professor of Marketing in Walton College of Business, gave a presentation titled “Bringing the World to Your Students (and Vice Versa): One Colleague’s Journey.” In this presentation Dr. Miles discussed her use of...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)

TFSC: Not-So-New Faculty Discussion “Innovations in Your Online Teaching: Using VoiceThread”

    Kevin Brady, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, gave a presentation titled “Seeking Improvements and Innovations in Your Online Teaching: One (Not-So-New) Faculty’s Journey with Using...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Not-So-New Faculty Discussion “Innovations in Your Online Teaching: Using VoiceThread”

TFSC: Where Does the Lab End and the Classroom Begin?

Michelle Gray, Associate Professor in Exercise Science, Director of the Exercise Science Research Center and Director of COEHP Honors Program, gave a presentation at the Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) Winter Symposium titled “Blurred Lines: Where...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Where Does the Lab End and the Classroom Begin?

TFSC: Tips for Building Successful Collaborative Projects to Enhance Student Learning

Stephanie Hubert, Shannon Mason, and Robert Saunders gave a presentation at the Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) Winter Symposium titled “There Is No “I” in Collaborate: Tips for Building Successful Collaborative Projects to Enhance Student...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Tips for Building Successful Collaborative Projects to Enhance Student Learning

TFSC: Teaching Through Student-Centered Game Creation

David Fredrick, associate professor of Classical studies in the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures and Director of the Tesseract Center, gave a presentation at the Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) Winter Symposium titled “Playful...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Teaching Through Student-Centered Game Creation

TFSC: Using Video Feedback for Student Grading

Kate Shoulders, Associate Professor in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences department, gave a presentation at the Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) Winter Symposium titled “Retire Your Red Pen! Using Video Recorded...

Continue Reading: TFSC: Using Video Feedback for Student Grading