This podcast features higher ed faculty and course designers using creative approaches to enhance students’ learning experiences and turn engagement “ON”
S1E7: The Students Speak!
A panel of University of Delaware students joins the podcast to discuss what's going well and how we can improve our courses as we move toward another semester of uncertainty and into the future; Shivani, Cara, and Ryan share their dos and don'ts for...
S1E6: Small Group Sessions with Ellen Monk
Dr. Ellen Monk, Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss the impact of dividing a large class session into smaller group meetings for asking and answering questions, working on practice...
S1E5: Engaging Students' Creativity On-Campus and On-Screen with Laura Gasiorowski
Dr. Laura Gasiorowski, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss the creative exercises she uses to engage her students physically and mentally in on-campus classes and in her virtual classroom as well
S1E4: Teaching Whole Students with Chanele Moore
Dr. Chanele Moore, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss how she's implemented a new time management lesson for her students and how it makes space for our students' (and our own!) whole selves in the classroom
S1E3: Specifications Grading with Mark Serva
Dr. Mark Serva, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss Specifications Grading and how it has impacted students' motivation in his classes
S1E2: Many Voices in the Classroom with Paige Gee
Paige Gee, Instructor of Accounting at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss her strategies for engaging students during live sessions while remote teaching and the ways remote teaching has changed her plans for classroom engagement going forward
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Excellent for more than just higher Ed!
Even though this is targeted for a higher Ed setting, it is easily applicable to K-12 education as well. Katy asks excellent questions that let her guests shine as they share their expertise with the audience. Thank you for focusing on the importance of pedagogy at all levels and providing up to date information in a quickly changing world. Looking forward to more episodes!