UT Summer Teaching Institute 2014
Congratulations to the following faculty participants! We look forward to working with you to create some awesome courses!
- Donna Bueckman, Economics
- Sarah Colby, Nutrition
- Ray DeGennaro, Finance
- Melanie Faizer, JEM
- Gene Fitzhugh, KRSS
- David Folz, Public Administration
- Lisa Gary, JEM
- Jerome Grant, Entomology and Plant Pathology
- Stefanie Ohnesorg, MFLL
- Matthew Pamental, Philosophy
- Sally Seraphin, Psychology
- Euridice Silva, MFLL
- Kimberly Sims, Economics
- Elizabeth Strand, Vet Med Social Work
- Florence Turner, MFLL
- Wenjun Zhou, Statistics
- Laurent Zunino, MFLL
About the Institute
The goal of the Institute is to improve the quality of UTK courses by redesigning them using one of the following delivery methodologies:
- ONLINE: A course that is offered totally online in an engaging, interactive format
- FLIPPED: A course that uses a pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homework elements are reversed. Lecture / content material is presented in an engaging online format so that class time can be spent on problem-solving, discussion, and group activities that reflect higher levels of learning.
- HYBRID: A course that uses online technologies to replace a subset of face-to-face sessions (for example, currently in the Spanish language offerings, one session a week is online). The online time is instructor-designed and facilitated, with interaction between instructor and student, and student-to-student.
The Institute participants will receive the intense faculty development experience that includes exchange of ideas with colleagues; sessions on course design, teaching strategies, and assessment; technology-specific workshops; and instructional development assignments aimed at designing and developing a transformed course.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have questions.
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