cetla fellows

CETLA Fellows are faculty members who are appointed by their deans to serve as liaisons between CETLA and their school or college.  Thus, CETLA Fellows are the spokes in a “shared services” model where CETLA is the hub of the wheel, providing instruction and pedagogical resources.  Taking a project-based approach, CETLA Fellows—in consultation with their dean and colleagues—examine their school’s or college’s needs and propose a faculty development project to address one or more of those needs.  Then the Fellows collaborate with CETLA to mobilize colleagues to participate in the proposed activities, help the participants implement what they were taught, and ensure that the school or college assesses the impact of the professional development. 

 

Dr. Clarence Moore (Pharmacy):

 

Akiyode

AY 2015-16 Goal: To assist faculty with “flipping” their courses.

 

 

 

 

 

DR. Amy Yeboah (Arts & Sciences):  

 

Diggs

AY 2015-16 Goal: To survey COAS faculty to determine how much they value and use instructional technology and what they would like to do with it.

 

 

 


Dr. Tamarah Moss (social work):  

 

bertera

AY 2015-16 Goal: To enhance use of technology in teaching with a specific focus on online lectures.

 

 

 


MS. Sandra Osborne (Dentistry):  

 

Osborne

AY 2015-16 Goal: To support faculty use of Blackboard (including Tegrity) and to increase Bb and DL certifications.

 

 

 


DR. Rajni Goel (Business):  

 

Goel

AY 2015-16 Goal: To increase the number of faculty who can teach with the Epson “smart” projector. To increase School of Business participation in the HU-Teach program.

 


 


Dr. Rhea Ballard-Thrower (Law):  

 

Ballard-Thrower

AY 2015-16 Goal: To prepare faculty for the American Bar Association’s new focus on assessment.


 

 

 


Dr. Harry Keeling (Engineering, Architecture & Computer Science):  

 

Keeling

AY 2015-16 Goal: To help more faculty redesign their courses for online teaching.

 

 

 

 


Dr. Nancy Murphy (Nursing & Allied Health):  

 

Karavatas

AY 2015-16 Goal: To improve faculty’s item-writing and item analysis skills as well as their ability to help their students write better.


 

 

 


dr. Ingrid Sturgis (Communications):  

 

Oliver

AY 2015-16 Goal: To increase the use of electronic portfolios and rubrics.

 

 

 

 


dr. michael newheart (DIVINITY):  

 

newheart

AY 2015-16 Goal:   To engage more faculty in teaching with Blackboard, especially with the Blackboard version of the HUSD Writing Rubric.

 

 

 


 

Dr. Swati Goel (Medicine):  

 

Goel

AY 2015-16 Goal: To equip faculty with tools and strategies for "flipping" the classroom.




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