This year’s 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.
The Showcase is hosted by the Office of Assessment and Accreditation, Center for Teaching, and Learning, Atkins Library, and Communication Across the Curriculum.
Click here to register for the event by March 24, 2023.
Deborah Beete, MDiv
Presentation Title: Using Communication Consultants (CCs) to support an oral/writing intensive, multi-section course
Cindy Fox, MBA
Presentation Title: How Collaborating with the Library can save time for you and produce a better result
Felecia Harris, Ph.D.
Presentation Title: Social Belonging and Connectedness in the College Classroom
David Johnson, Ph.D. & Bree David (TA)
Presentation Title: Teaching a Large Gen Ed Theme Section with Communication Enhancement
Kris Taylor, MSW, LCSW & Candice Whiteside, MSW, LCSW
Presentation Title: Virtual Reality "Lite": Social Work Practices with Communities
Melanie Harris, MS
Presentation Title: Using Gradescope in an Introductory Biology Course
Jacob Horger, Ph.D.
Presentation Title: Using Gradescope to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Assignment Retakes in an Organic Chemistry Course
Yanjmaa Jutmaan, Ph.D.
Presentation Title: Engaging students through group projects, supporting lifelong learners
Ree Linker, MS
Presentation Title: Using Adaptive Learning to Engage Student Interest
Wan Rabiatul A. Hountondji Wan Othman
Presentation Title: Engaging students with data-driven in-class activities in an introductory course