Search for tag: "pedagogy"

Interview w dad - Feb 6, 2021

Interview between Fabio Salas and his father regarding the father's educational journey from a child in Colombia to an adult immigrant in the U.S.

From  Fabio Salas on 03/13/2021 4 plays 0  

Cultivating Online Learning Communities

Learning communities are a powerful way for people to come together to achieve common learning goals. However, fostering conditions that promote an online community for shared learning and knowledge…

From  David Favre on 02/26/2021 10 plays 0  

Remote Teaching in Times of COVID-19

COVID-19 presented the university educators with a unique set of academic challenges. Please join the CGS-funded faculty and instructors for a discussion of the issues they faced and the insights…

From  Maria Dorofeeva on 02/4/2021 11 plays 0  

Beyond the Gym Floor Episode 6—Jeremy Richards

Jamie O'Connor, a Teaching Associate Professor in the College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois, speaks with Jeremy Richards, a physical education teacher Prairie View…

From  Vince Lara-Cinisomo on 02/5/2020 7 plays 0  

Beyond the Gym Floor Epside 3—Jim McCune

Jamie's guest is Jim McCune of Leal Elementary School, and they discussed Jim’s physical education journey and how he has become a better listener through his years of teaching.

From  Vince Lara-Cinisomo on 12/13/2019 26 plays 0  

Beyond the Gym Floor with Justin Barnhart

Jamie O'Connor, a Teaching Associate Professor in the College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois, speaks with Justin Barnhart, Assistant Athletic Director at Centennial…

From  Vince Lara-Cinisomo on 12/4/2019 16 plays 0  

Observing Our Observing

Lisa Fay, Ensemble Director/Inner Voices & the Inner Voices Theatre Ensemble, shares her technique for teaching observational skills in the context of the Inner Voices Theatre Ensemble, a program…

From  Kate LaBore on 02/26/2018 85 plays 0  

Looking at Life Through a New Lens

Deana McDonagh reflects on the role of empathy in design, and the importance of giving Illinois design students the "two-percent edge."

From  Kate LaBore on 02/20/2018 31 plays 0  

Creativity: Having Ideas & Bringing Them to Be

In a reprise from Faculty Retreat 2017, Bruce Litchfield and Kailin Jahnke introduce a key technique used at the Technology Entrepreneur Center to teach creative thinking.

From  Kate LaBore on 02/19/2018 25 plays 0  

Empathy as Insight for Innovation

Andrew Wicklin, a student in the Food Science program at ACES, talks about his experience with the technical challenge in his Product Development course, and explains what he learned about the role…

From  Kate LaBore on 02/13/2018 178 plays 0  

Students as Science Policy Influencers

Marianne Alleyne explains why it's important to teach students to become good communicators and encourage them to develop their role as an advocate for their chosen field.

From  Kate LaBore on 02/13/2018 75 plays 0  

The Ingenious Solutions Do Not Lie Within

Aimy Wissa talks about the importance of cross-disciplinary communication, and shares the key strategies she teaches her students to use to make collaboration most effective.

From  Kate LaBore on 02/13/2018 31 plays 0  

Creativity: Having Ideas & Bringing Them to Be

Bruce Litchfield, of the Technology Entrepreneur Center, talks about how to bring creativity into the classroom, using various techniques to help students master the skills that foster creative…

From  Kate LaBore on 11/3/2017 67 plays 0  

Conveying Complex Scientific Concepts Through Memes

Roy Dar, Bioengineering, talks about using student-created memes to encourage a greater understanding of complex scientific concepts.

From  Kate LaBore on 11/3/2017 80 plays 0  

Turning Good Teaching on its Head

Paul Diehl, Associate Provost & Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas, talks about how to calibrate teaching to reach the least prepared students.

From  Kate LaBore on 11/3/2017 23 plays 0  

Games & Simulations: Traveling to the Past to Make a Better Future

Clare Crowston of the History department explains how she uses the game "Reacting to the Past" to motivate students and engage them more deeply with the material.

From  Kate LaBore on 11/3/2017 91 plays 0