Teaching with Technology

Blog posts as critical reflection tools (Yes, really.)

by Amber Hinsley, Assistant Professor, Communication As a professor in the Department of Communication, you could say I’m in the business of communication. My classes tend to focus on journalism writing and developing digital skills, but regardless of the course topic all of my undergraduate students create blogs that they use to publish various assignments.… Continue reading Blog posts as critical reflection tools (Yes, really.)

Art & Science of Learning, Spotlight on Teaching

“Teaching” an Upper Level Lab Course

by Michael Lewis, Associate Vice President for Faculty Development and Associate Professor of Chemistry I’m currently teaching an upper-level lab course, Biochemistry Laboratory I.  The course is required for Biochemistry majors, and given current demand for the course from students in the program, these are the only students in the course; we do not have the room… Continue reading “Teaching” an Upper Level Lab Course