Faculty Showcase

 

This year’s Virtual Faculty Showcase focuses on how fellow faculty made improvements to their classes based on their participation in professional development activities at UNC Charlotte.  The purpose of this event is to celebrate faculty best practices, especially as it relates to the recent move to online instruction. 

 This year's event is being designed as two asynchronous video series

  • Assessing Student Learning in an Online Class
  • Engaging Students in an Online Class

The Showcase is hosted by the Office of Assessment and Accreditation, Center for Teaching, and Learning, Atkins Library, and Communication Across the Curriculum.

2021 Video Presentations

Assessing Student Learning in an Online Class

           
Juliana Marino                     Adam Lavis
Title: Assessing Students Learning in a Writing Intensive Course


Ellen Wisner
Title: Using Assessment to Help Students Link Course Material to their Own Lives

Engaging Students in an Online Class


Bob Hobgood
Title: Engaging Students through Badging and Gamification


Lilly Raymond
Title: Engaging Students through Course Design/the Effective Online Teaching Bootcamp 


Cheryl Spainhour
Title: Election 2020: How to Verify what online news


Theresa Mannah-Blankson
Title: Engaging Students with Scenario-Based Discussion Forums

                   
Tonya Bates                                 Samantha Furr-Rogers
Title: Impact of Skills-Based Learning Objectives on Student Engagement in an Online Course 

                    
Sara Birdsong                               Evan Wantland
Title: Engaging Students with online-synchronous group work

2020 Faculty Showcase

2019 Faculty Showcase

2018 Faculty Showcase