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e-Feedback with Eugene Kim

This interview with Eugene Kim (Law) explores his use of e-feedback to enhance and deepen the feedback experience for first-year law students in his writing classes. His students receive personalized feedback videos that allow them to see him marking up their papers in real time and hear his explanations and commentary while he does it. Read more ...

Mini-Flipped with Leslie King

This interview with Leslie King (Biology) took place in July 2014. Leslie describes why she strategically flips only two of her class meetings and why flipping the those two classes improves the quality of learning in the course. Read more ...

Keally McBride on Color-Coded Feedback

In this interview Keally McBride (Politics) discusses a simple, but highly-effective, method she uses for providing color-coded feedback on student papers Read more ...

Flipped Classroom FLC Website

The 2012-2013 Faculty Learning Community on Flipped Classrooms developed an outstanding website about flipping in higher education. The website includes videos, tips, useful links, real-life stories, and more. Their website consists of the following sections: Read more ...

Eloquentia Perfecta Resources

Dr. Cinthia Gannett (Fairfield) gave two talks at USF on September 24, 2015 on the Jesuit educational model, eloquentia perfecta. In a quick lunch talk and mini-workshop, Dr. Gannett looked at the what eloquentia perfecta meant at USF. In a longer presentation, Dr. Gannett provided a rich history of the Jesuit curriculum and how remnants of eloquentia perfecta are alive and strong in higher education. Dr. Gannett explained why reflecting on our Jesuit inheritance is an important pedagogical medium for empowering student learning. Read more ...

Leslie Dennen on the Writing Center

Leslie Dennen is Director of the Writing Center and Associate Professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Language. In this interview she discusses how faculty can optimally use the Writing Center with their students. Read more ...

IDEA Instructional Papers

The IDEA organization has published a number of very helpful short papers over the years. These papers are intended to give faculty quick insight into the research and practice of various pedagogical practices. There are currently 57 papers ranging from: Read more ...

Ignatian Pedagogy Resources

Xavier University hosts the website JesuitResource.org. This website includes a lot of useful resources related to Jesuit education and Ignatian spirituality. Below we've listed some of the resources faculty may find most useful, but the list is not exhaustive. Read more ...

Nine Ways to Improve Discussions

Maryellen Weimer suggests nine key ways to improve classroom discussions. Her blog post includes added comments by readers of The Teaching Professor Blog that provide additional ideas. Here's Maryellen Weimer's nine suggestions: Read more ...

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