Author: Nathan Webb

Resource of the Month

December’s resource, Making Meaning from Student Evaluations of Teaching (SETs): Seeing Beyond Our Own Horizons, is found in Teaching and Learning Inquiry (TLI). The article, written by Carina Jia Yan Zhu, Diana White, Janet Rankin, and Christina Jean Davison, examines how faculty members make sense of student evaluations.  According to its website, TLI “publishes insightful …

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Resource of the Month

Instead of focusing on a particular journal article this month, November’s Resource of the Month is another online teaching and learning resource. The Scholarly Teacher Blog, which is associated with the International Teaching Learning Cooperate (ITLC), invites readers to “purposefully pause, think critically, reflect on your teaching and your students’ learning.” Recent posts have focused …

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Get to Know First-Year Faculty

Alexis Lee Faculty Fellow, School of Music The Juilliard School, Bachelor of Music Manhattan School of Music, Master of Music Boston University, Doctorate of Musical Arts What is your educational/professional background? I started playing the piano at age five, and cello at age eleven. Since then I have dedicated 20 years of my life practicing …

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Get to Know First-Year Faculty

Kendall C. Shultes, Pharm.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice BA, Communication, SUNY at Geneseo PharmD, Belmont University What is your educational/professional background? I graduated with my BA in Communication and a minor in Business Studies from SUNY Geneseo. Prior to graduation, I had decided I wanted to attend pharmacy school and immediately began fulfilling …

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Faculty Reflections

Using Images to Mediate Critical Thinking and Dialogue Jeremy Fyke, Assistant Professor Department of Communication Studies “What do you see?” “What comes to mind here?” As instructors, these are two simple, yet powerful, prompts we can use to generate discussion. Yet, as we all know, what we think are sure-fire good prompts don’t always work …

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Resource of the Month

October’s resource, Participatory Pedagogy: Oral History in the Service-Learning Classroom, is found in the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. The article, written by Elena Foulis , describes how using oral history as a pedagogical tool in service-learning courses can provide an opportunity for students, faculty, and community stakeholders to engage in participatory pedagogy. …

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