Profs. Angela Bauer and David Voelker, co-directors of the UW-Green Bay Teaching Scholars Program, invite the campus to join them for a celebration of innovative teaching from 3:30 to 5 p.m. this Friday (Sept. 14) MAC Hall 201. The half-dozen faculty members who represent the 2011-2012 Class of Teaching Scholars will present the final results from their yearlong teaching and learning projects. Come and learn of the scholars’ efforts to enhance student learning on our campus!
Presenters and project titles are as follows:
• Gaurav Bansal, Business Administration — How do first generation college students seek classroom performance feedback: A Conceptual Framework
• Franklin Chen, Natural and Applied Sciences — Effective Implementation of Total Differential Calculus in a UW-Green Bay Thermodynamics Class
• Amanda Nelson, Human Biology — Implementing Webcasts into Anatomy and Physiology to Engage Visual Learning
• Alma Rodriguez-Estrada, Natural and Applied Sciences — Effectiveness of Collaborative Learning Techniques and Mechanisms to Enhance Students’ Preparedness
• David Voelker, Humanistic Studies — Understanding Historical Thinking
• Jennifer Zapf, Human Development, with co-author Adolfo Garcia of Information and Computing Science —Peer instruction vs. traditional lecture: What’s the impact on student learning?