Faculty Spotlight: Professor Silvia Martins on Using a Flipped Classroom Approach and Just-in-Time Teaching
As a recipient of the Provost’s Hybrid Learning Course Redesign and Delivery award, Professor Silvia Martins redesigned her introductory course to help her team of instructors incorporate active learning in post-lecture seminars.
Professor Bette Weneck and her students break history out of the archives in a digital exhibition project launched in the course she teaches, History of Education in New York City. Learn more about this project in our latest Faculty Spotlight.
Students in Dr. Alhelí Alvarado-Diaz’s Contemporary Civilization course produced short video clips to connect class topics to current events through the lens of the diverse community outside the university.
Darcy B. Kelley, Ivana Hughes, and Eric J. Raymer on Transforming Frontiers of Science with Adaptive Learning
A team of Frontiers of Science instructors produced a series of introductory online modules that help students learn the skills they need to understand complex neuroscience concepts.
Angelina Craig-Flórez on Transforming a Research Paper Assignment into a Student-Generated Class eBook
Angelina Craig-Flórez talks about her course, Spain in its Art, which covers the history of Spain and Spanish art from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century.
Ariel Stilerman introduces his students to the Japanese tea ceremony leveraging the Mediathread platform and access to New York City.
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