Experiments in Teaching Recap

Experiments in TeachingOn Wednesday, February 22, the Center for Teaching Excellence, Instructional Technology, and the Munday Library hosted Experiments in Teaching, a celebration of pedagogical experiments on campus. At this event, sixteen St. Edward’s faculty members, representing all five schools, presented a series of two-minute “lightning talks” about innovative teaching techniques or projects they have implemented in their classes. The lightning talk format allowed each presenter just enough time to tease the audience with essential information about their work – including a description of their teaching experiment and their goals for taking this approach – and gave the audience exposure to a wide variety of teaching models in use at the university. Presenters and attendees then had the opportunity to mingle during the reception to ask follow-up questions and engage in deeper discussion.

We would like to thank all the presenters for innovating in the classroom and sharing their work with the St. Edward’s University community. All Experiments in Teaching talks can be viewed here, and a list of presenters is included below for your reference. We encourage you to follow-up with any of the presenters directly if you have questions or want to learn more about their projects.

  1. Teri L. Varner | Using NVivo 11 Pro in Wicked Problems LLC : Listen, Learn & Communication (FSTY 1321)
  2. Richard Bautch | Gameplay, Biblical Text, and What Drives the Prophet: How Students Turned Call Narratives into a Video Game
  3. Richard Kopec | Active Learning Pedagogy and LLCs
  4. Amy Wright | Exploring Austin through a Critical Lens
  5. Katherine Lopez | Experiences from Flipping Intermediate Accounting
  6. Jack Green Musselman | US/Russia Intercultural Dialogues: A Global Exchange
  7. Emily Bernate | Using Linguistics Corpus Data in English-Spanish Translations
  8. Don Unger | Using Student-Made Videos to Document Community Engagement
  9. Peter Beck | Conducting an international field course employing ecological and social research methods
  10. Selin Guner | Xenophobia Workshop
  11. Alexandra Robinson | Whiter Shade of Pale
  12. Georgia Seminet | Close Readings with Kami – Students Sharing Knowledge
  13. Kim Garza | Augmented Reality to Highlight Archives
  14. Katy Goldey and Raelynn Deaton-Haynes | Race for the CURE – A collaborative approach to a course-based research experience for undergraduates in Hormones and Behavior
  15. Brad Zehner | Teaching International Business Using a Novella, Shades of Truth
  16. Debra Zahay-Blatz | How to Apply Digital Marketing Certification Content
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