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TFSC: John Norwood, Wally Cordes Chair Discussion on Teaching Related Challenges

John Norwood, April 2018 Wally Cordes Chair and Professor of Accounting in the Walton College of Business, led a discussion on teaching-related challenges such as attendance, exams, grades and having fun in the classroom. In this discussion, Professor Norwood talked...

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TFSC: “Scholarship of Teaching & Learning: Practical Teaching Ideas based on Research”

Jenna Cambria, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology in the Educational Statistics and Research Methods Program for the College of Education and Health Professions, gave a presentation titled, “Scholarship of Teaching & Learning: Practical Teaching...

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TFSC: “Academic Integrity at UA: Some Faculty Perceptions”

Paul Cronan, Professor and M. D. Matthews Endowed Chair in Information Systems for Walton College of Business, and Chris Bryson, Executive Director of Academic Initiatives and Integrity, gave a presentation titled “Academic Integrity at UA: Some Faculty...

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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...

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TFSC: Using Copyrighted Material in the Physical or Virtual Classroom

Lora Lennertz, Director for Academic and Research Services for the University of Arkansas Libraries, gave a presentation titled “Using Copyrighted Material in the Physical or Virtual Classroom.” Lennertz, who has 35 years of experience working with...

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TFSC: Tim Kral, Wally Cordes Chair Discussion on Attendance

Tim Kral, February 2018 Wally Cordes Chair and Professor of Biological Sciences, led a discussion on “Attendance: Should it be Mandatory? Should we Care?” In this discussion Dr. Kral presented his experience with mandating attendance for lower level...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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