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The advent of clickers on the S&T campus nearly 10 years ago has dramatically changed teaching approaches in both large and small classes as well as across disciplines. You are invited to hear from a panel of faculty about how clickers are impacting their classes, what challenges they face, and the benefits available for both instructor and student. The panel will comprise a range of disciplines, from beginner through veteran clicker users, and will be an interactive format with the panel engaging your questions and comments.
Panelists include Dick Brow, Curators’ Professor of materials science and engineering; John Hogan, associate professor of geological sciences and engineering; Ryan Hutcheson, assistant teaching professor of mechanical engineering; Dan Reardon, assistant professor of English and technical communication; and Klaus Woelk, associate professor and interim chair of chemistry.
This Faculty Learning Community event is open to all instructors. Dessert and drinks will be provided and attendees may bring their lunches. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon Thursday, April 5, to reserve your spot.