Faculty members from seven colleges will share the successes they have had in using high-impact practices Monday, March 14, during the Faculty Development Center’s annual teaching showcase day, “High-Impact Practices From a Faculty Perspective.”
The daylong program includes sessions on community-based learning, diversity and collaborations, as well as a “Lunch and Learn” program featuring Shari McMahan, deputy provost and associate vice president for academic affairs, and Su Swarat, director of assessment and educational effectiveness.
“The day is an excellent opportunity for both current faculty and students aspiring to teach to get new ideas for revitalizing their classes and connecting course material to real-world situations,” said Laura Lohman, Faculty Development Center director. “It can also help faculty develop project proposals for an FDC FEID grant.”
The free 9:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m. program is open to all faculty members, staff, students and teaching assistants. Reservations are requested for the Lunch and Learn program.
More information can be found on the FDC website.