Center for Learning, Experimentation, Application, and Research

2016 SFEW

lessons learned graphic poster

How do college instructors learn to teach effectively? Many entered the classroom with trepidation and minimal formal preparation. The journey may have started on uncertain footing and without a clear path. Along the way, there were obstacles and shorts, people who helped and hindered, uphill climbs and high points. Each journey is a tale of lessons learned from success and failures. At this year’s Salute to Faculty Teaching Excellence, we’ll hear short stories from a dozen or more UNT faculty sharing their best or worst moment in teaching and what they learned from it.

Play Wendy Watson - Political Science video
Wendy Watson - Political Science
Play Steven Cobb - Economics video
Steven Cobb - Economics
Play Sheri Broyles - Mayborn School of Journalism video
Sheri Broyles - Mayborn School of Journalism
Play Robin Henson - Educational Psychology video
Robin Henson - Educational Psychology
Play Rick Reidy - Materials Science and Engineering video
Rick Reidy - Materials Science and Engineering
play Pam Harrell - Teacher Education & Administration video
Pam Harrell - Teacher Education & Administration
play Nicole Smith - English video
Nicole Smith - English
play Mike McPherson - Economics video
Mike McPherson - Economics
play Marc Cutright - Counseling and Higher Education video
Marc Cutright - Counseling and Higher Education
play Leslie Roberts - Community and Professional Programs video
Leslie Roberts - Community and Professional Programs
play Kris Chesky - Texas Center for Performing Arts Health video
Kris Chesky - Texas Center for Performing Arts Health
play Doug Henry - Anthropology video
Doug Henry - Anthropology
play Brian Richardson - Communication Studies video
Brian Richardson - Communication Studies
play Andy Nelson - Anthropology video
Andy Nelson - Anthropology
 
 
Salute to Faculty Excellence 2016 - Lessons Learned