The 2019 Teaching Showcase was held Wednesday, February 20 at 2 p.m. in the BPSC Multimedia Room.
What is the Teaching Showcase?
The Teaching Showcase provides faculty, staff, and teaching assistants the opportunity to share best practices, recognize colleagues’ innovative teaching methods, and hold cross-disciplinary conversations to create better learning opportunities for students. This event will be held annually.
Who can present?
Faculty, staff, and teaching assistants are welcome to submit presentation proposals.
A committee reviews proposals and selects 10 presenters. Presenters are announced in early February.
I have a cool teaching strategy. Can I be a presenter?
We open the call for proposals each spring and announce the call via SFA Today and email. We'd love to hear your cool teaching ideas!
What are some of the topics that have been presented in the past? How can I view past presentations and/or contact a past presenter?
The Center for Teaching & Learning is happy to provide contact information, presentation materials, and video of each of the 2019 presenters:
Dr. Lauren Burrow (Department of Elementary Education) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Scott Drury (Department of Psychology) | email@example.com
Using a Powerful Anchoring Heuristic to Address Effect and Variability
Dr. Maggie Leysath | firstname.lastname@example.org
Interactive Notebooks and Art for Elementary Teachers
Ms. Kelley McDonald (Richard & Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing) | email@example.com
Fluid and Electrolytes Gallery Walk
Dr. Chris McKenna (Department of Business Communication & Legal Studies) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Persuasive Messaging via Italian Opera, Pop Stars, Horror Novelists, and the Rainbow Fruit Company
Dr. Elizabeth Spradley (Department of Languages, Cultures, and Communication) | email@example.com
Constructing and Visually Representing Arguments
Dr. Bailey Thompson (Department of Mass Communication) | firstname.lastname@example.org
AP Style Jenga
Ms. Katy Trotty (Richard & Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing) | email@example.com
Marco Polo and Meaningful Discussion
Get more great ideas from the presentations at the 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 Teaching Showcases!
For more information, contact Megan Weatherly at firstname.lastname@example.org.