Kristin conradi smith
Meghan Sinton Miller
Ultra-Short Presentations with Immediate in-Class Public Feedback to Enhance Skill Development with Low Class Time and Instructor Time
Ultra-Short Presentations with Immediate in-Class Public Feedback to Enhance Skill Development with Low Class Time and Instructor Time (2021). Ultra-Short Presentations with Immediate in-Class Public Feedback to Enhance Skill Development with Low Class Time and...
Interested in modular course design but don’t know where to start? Have an existing Blackboard course that you’d like to revise to make it more user-friendly? Professor Dana Willner works with participants to implement or revise modular design for your course.
During the Spring ’21 semester, our Teaching & Learning Talks (TLTs) focus on student engagement.
Are you curious about a state-of-the-art technology that will transform your grading experience? Professor Dana Lashley discusses Gradescope, an artificial intelligence-assisted grading platform, and how to streamline grading in a large class setting.
We host a 15-minute session every other week to discuss teaching topics from the book “Visible Learning and The Science of How We Learn.” During the 15 minutes, we also share instructional strategies and questions related to teaching.
Interested in developing a web presence for your teaching research and publications? Professor Anne Rasmussen explores technologies used to practice editing, uploading, presenting, organizing, and storing audiovisual materials.
Are you looking for an alternative to a traditional research paper, but not quite sure how to implement such creative assignments? Professor Peiyu Yang introduces several strategies for guiding students through a digital story map assignment.
Professor Sara Mattavelli discusses diversity and inclusion in the foreign language classroom with an emphasis on issues of representation, accessibility, and engagement.
Candice Benjes-Small, head of research at W&M Libraries and STLI fellow, discusses how to use assignments like “Pink Time” and “unessays” to encourage students to take charge of their learning and to focus less on grades.
Have you ever wanted to know how to help a student in distress? Do you want to make your class “less stressful,” but need ideas on how to do so? Join Meghan Sinton Miller, professor and STLI Fellow as she discusses ways to make classes flexible and supportive without having to change course content. Meghan also reviews ways to connect students to different support systems on-campus….
When we came together last semester for our STLI Workshop: Small Teaching for New Faculty Katalin Wargo and Candice Benjes-Small discussed the book Small Teaching and shared problems of practice. During this workshop, it was discovered that many of the faculty experiences related specifically to student engagement online. As William & Mary continues the academic year in a blended learning environment, Katalin and Candice invite new faculty to join the conversation and share tips and tricks to engage students online….
Katalin Wargo and Candice Benjes-Small host a workshop for new W&M faculty to share problems of practice experienced this fall, offer actionable solutions, and discuss strategies to carry forward into the spring….