Teaching Excellence Seminar: Faculty Showcase

Innovative Classroom Ideas

Presentation February 24, 2009

“Ultimately,…….. the pedagogical practices of the instructor, not the incorporation of the technology [is] key to student comprehension” (Judson & Sawada, 2002, p. 167).


Are you looking for different ideas to enhance teaching and learning? In this seminar, participants will get ideas to use in face-to-face, online distance and blended courses. A panel of faculty will share strategies, resources, tools and other innovative classroom teaching ideas such as instructional strategies, feedback techniques, and concept mapping. Participants are encouraged to share their classroom instructional strategies.

About the Presenters
This seminar is presented by a panel of veteran faculty who will interact with the participants. The invited panel includes:

  • Kellah Edens, Educational Psychology, Educational Research, Educational Technology
  • Susan Quinn, Educational Technology
  • Jeanna Rathel, Special Education
  • Cheryl Wissick, Special Education and Educational Technology
  • Mitch Yell, Special Education

Judson, E., & Sawada, D. (2002). Learning from past and present: Electronic response systems in college lecture halls. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 21(2), 167-181.

Agenda of Demonstrated Tools