Teaching and Learning Day: Showcase and Networking Reception

Teaching and Learning Day: Showcase and Networking Reception

Lightbulb in a thought bubbleJoin us on Tuesday, February 13 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. as we highlight exciting teaching ideas and practices occurring at DU! Faculty members from all disciplines will share and discuss innovative teaching practices that strive towards meaningful, learning-centered, active, inclusive, and/or reflective learning. Mingle with your colleagues as you listen to lightning talks, learn about new methods and approaches, and engage in informal discussions around teaching. Appetizers and wine, beer, and soft drinks will be provided.

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Faculty Projects that will be featured:

The Assessment Feedback Loop: Adapting Curriculum Based on Grades and Student Evaluations
Ana Babic Rosario
Department of Marketing 

Connecting Abstract Topics to Life Outside the Classroom
Michael Brent
Department of Philosophy 

Implementing Problem-Based Projects in Social Sciences Courses
Alejandro Cerón
Department of Anthropology 

Rethinking Grade Appeals
Roberto Corrada
Sturm College of Law 

Video Observations to Bolster Inclusive Teaching
Ron DeLyser
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

PBL for 1st Year Engineering Curriculum
Goncalo Fernandes Pereira Martins
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 

Using Oral Exams for Assessment: Experiences from Geography
Helen Hazan
Department of Geography and the Environment 

Utilizing Student Interests to Develop Project-Based Assessments in a Large Lecture Course
Barbekka Hurtt
Department of Biological Sciences 

Programming Courses Instruction: Using Code Reviews and REWIND/REV UP Materials
Kellie Keeling
Department of Business Information and Analytics 

Experimenting with Experiments: Implementing Video Procedures in Biochemistry Labs
John Latham
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry 

Moving from Traditional Teaching to Active Learning in Law and Graduate School Settings
Amy McLellan
Graduate Tax Program 

Creative Projects as an Inclusive and Engaging Alternative
Daniel Melleno
Department of History 

The Heart of Teaching: A Professor’s Pedagogical Reflections on Courage to Teach 20 Years Later
Paul Michalec
Morgridge College of Education 

Science Infographics: Experimenting with Creativity and Information Literacy
Debbie Mitchell and Julie Morris
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Department of Biological Sciences 

Using Fiction to Uncover the Facts of Equity in Mathematics
Allegra Reiber
Department of Mathematics

Flipped Classroom Model in CNP 4772: Health Disparities
Julia Roncoroni
Morgridge College of Education

Using Canvas and DU Portfolio as Tools for Learning, Reflection, and Community: The Higher Education M.A. ePortfolio Capstone
Laura Sponsler
Morgridge College of Education

Lessons from a Student Faculty Partnership for Teaching
Emily Sposeto
Department of Languages and Literatures

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