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Legacy Teaching Innovation Fellows' Material

The following resources are the Faculty Center for Innovation's Legacy Teaching Innovation Fellows' Special Interest Group content to support faculty teaching and student learning.

Teaching with Technology

Tech Time in the Classroom & for the Work Place

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Judi Estes)

  • Introduction of SIG and Incorporating Technology in the Classroom (presentation)
  • Creating a Student-Centered Higher Ed Ecosystem and Adopting the SAMR Model (video)
  • Practicing SAMR Scenarios (presentation / video)
  • How Does Using a Model, Such as SAMR, Transform Faculty Decisions? (presentation)
  • Introduction of eMINTS Model (presentation)

Active Learning with Pirate Patch

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Erica Jansen)

Immersive Learning: Augmented and Virtual Realities

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Stephen Fant)

There's an App for That!

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Eugene Matthews)

Authentic Teaching and Engaged Learning in a Digital World

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellows Amy Wolf and Leslie Umstattd)

Leveraging Your Learning Environment

Universal Design of Instruction

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Debra Olson-Morrison)

Simulated & Active Learning Strategies

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Tami Radohl)

Trauma & Resilience

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Brant Winn)

Deconstructing Diversity: Strategies for Creating Inclusive Classrooms

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Allison Rand)

  • Resources for Deconstructing Diversity (link)

Retain without the Mundane

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Ann Culton)

Student-Centered, Higher Ordered Teaching Tips

Learner-Centered Pedagogy

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Katelyn Handler)

Teaching for Transfer

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Glenn Lester)

Shift Happens: Integrating Growth Mindset into Courses and Students

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Kathy Jackson)

Facilitating a Community of Inquiry

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Josh Mugg)

  • Facilitating a Community of Inquiry (handout)
  • Online Community of Inquiry (handout)
  • Online Community of Inquiry Advantages and Disadvantages (handout)

Classroom and Student Assessment

Asking Better Questions

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Adam Potthast)

Make it Stick

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Linda Bell)

  • Make it Stick - The Science of Successful Learning (document / Hear from Park's Online Experts document)

Student Learning and Philanthropy

The Pedagogy of Community Engaged

(Spark Tank materials below developed by Don Wise, Laurie DiPadova-Stock, Zac Jarrard, and Dr. Michael Call)

  • Service Learning Workshop 1 (video)
  • Service Learning Workshop 2 (video)
  • The Pedagogy of Community and Engagement and Philanthropy (presentation / handout)
  • Application for Course Community Engagement and Philanthropy (handout)
  • Philanthropy Course Toolbox (handout)
  • Northern Kentucky University Mayerson Student Philanthropy Project (website / handout / report)

Culture and Communication

Organizational Culture

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Adrian James)

How to Win Students and Influence Faculty - Communicate Like Carnegie

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Lacey Finley)

The Dark (and Bright) Side of Human Communication

(SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Samantha Quinn)

Fall 2019 Instructor Workshop Series

Fall I Workshop: Creating a Midterm Survey

Fall I Instructor Workshop Series Video

It’s hard to believe, but we’re already nearing the halfway point of Fall I! How is your course going? How are your students responding?

To help optimize your Fall I class, the Faculty Center of Innovation is offering an hour long workshop to create a midterm survey in your Canvas course. A midterm survey is an informal way to gather student feedback during the semester. Whether you teach face-to-face, blended, Pirate Patch, or online, midterm surveys can help you to improve student learning and engage students in the learning process.

During this hands-on workshop, we will discuss the goals of your midterm survey, develop questions to achieve those goals, set up an anonymous survey within your course, and discuss feedback evaluation and implementation.

This workshop is part of a year-long series to bring practical, pedagogical information and an opportunity to collaborate to our adjunct faculty. To make this series as helpful as possible, we want to hear from YOU! So, our next workshop (October 7th @ 7:30pm CST) will serve as a forum to share ideas and suggestions for our first Virtual Academic Conference, coming in March. What topics and activities would most help you in your teaching? We want to know!

Fall I Workshop Tutorials and Handouts

Creating a Midterm Video Tutorial