The Center for Teaching and Learning invites all faculty members to attend the 2nd SoTL Research Showcase. The showcase will feature poster presentations from 18 different faculty members from a range of departments and disciplines in ten different projects funded by UNC Charlotte Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grants program.
The event intends to showcase the impact of the SoTL grant and provide a venue for the dissemination of project findings to the campus community. This year’s showcase will on Friday, February 19, 2016 at 2:00 pm - 4:00pm in Robinson Lobby.
Finding the “sweet spot”: Building intentional clinical experiences for preservice teachers, Paul Fitchett, Susan Harden, Heather Coffey, Joyce Brigman, & Thomas Fisher, Middle, Secondary, and K12 Education.
Flipping Traditional CS Education Upside Down: A Study of Interventions in Two Core Computing Courses, Celine Latulipe, Bruce Long, Mary Lou Maher, & Audrey Rorrer, College of Computing & Informatics.
Pedagogy of Service Learning as an Informal Science Education: Community Engagement, Engineering, and Underrepresented Youth, Brett Tempest, Civil Engineering, and Lisa Merriweather, Educational Leadership.
Gender, Race/ Ethnicity and Team-based Learning, Coral Wayland, Anthropology, and Lisa Walker, Sociology.
Pre-Service Teacher’s Preparedness to Teach African American Boys, Erin Miller, Reading & Elementary Education.
Intergenerational Forum: Training Aspiring Health Care Professionals through Community-based Participatory Research Experiences Othelia E. Lee, School of Social Work & Do-Hong Kim, Educational Leadership.
Implementation of Simulation Using High Fidelity Manikins: An Intervention to Enhance Learning and Performance for Advance Practice Nurses in Pediatrics, Marie H Thomas, Kathleen Jordan, & Colette Townsend‐Chambers, College of Health and Human Services School of Nursing.
Exploring the use of learning analytics from Moodle to enhance student learning and engagement in online courses, Florence Martin & Patti Wilkins Educational Leadership.
The Best of Both Worlds: Hybridized Second Language Methodology Instruction, Scott Kissau, Middle, Secondary, and K-12 Education.