Pack Hacks for Faculty: Two-Stage Collaborative Exams
This month, Lisa Falk, a teaching assistant professor in the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, talks about how switching to two-stage collaborative exams benefits both faculty and students.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Making Student Work Public
This month, Steph Jeffries, a teaching associate professor in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, speaks to the benefits of making student work public.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Quick Tips to Improve Forum Post Quality
This month, Julianne Treme, a teaching associate professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, gives advice on improving the quality of online forum posts to enhance classroom discussion and outcomes.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Engaging Students in Online Learning
In this month's Pack Hacks, Kim Allen, director of graduate programs, associate professor and extension specialist in the Department of Youth, Family and Community Sciences, and Angela Smith, teaching associate professor and coordinator of college counseling and the student development program in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development, give insight into keeping students engaged in online learning.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Teaching International Students
This month, Jillian Haeseler, teaching assistant professor and director of the English as a Second Language program in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, gives advice on engaging international students in the classroom.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Principles for Classroom Balance
This month, Candy Beal, associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, introduces James Gabarino’s principles on teaching, learning and living with balance.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Tech Transfer Tips
This month, Fran Ligler, Lampe Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, gives advice on making the most out of tech transfer efforts.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Getting Undergraduates Involved in Research
In this month's Pack Hacks for Faculty, Jennifer Landin, teaching associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, gives insight into getting undergraduate students involved in research.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Globalizing Your Courses
Welcome back to Pack Hacks for Faculty. This month, Shaquana Suggs, a lecturer in the Department of English, gives insight into how faculty can globalize their courses.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Learner-Centered Classroom Assessment Techniques
This month, Amy Neaves, senior faculty development specialist in the Office of Faculty Development, digs into Classroom Assessment Techniques, that encourage learner reflection and demonstrate where learning gaps may exist.