Using Student-Made Video to Promote Learning

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    • Thursday October 18, 2012 - Friday October 19, 2012
      11:00 am - 12:59 pm
  • Location: Library - Wilby Room
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Felicia Turner



Summary Sentence: Faculty development seminar for faculty, post-docs, & grad students

Full Summary: This interactive workshop will highlight how assignments that require students to produce short videos are having an impact on learning in STEM courses.

Join this interactive luncheon session and find out how math, physics, biology, and OMED are using video to enhance student learning.  You’ll see samples of both required and extra credit assignments that are changing how students prepare for class as well as how they demonstrate what they know.  You’ll also find out how video can change your in-class presentation day and engage your students in a more dynamic way.   

 Come learn from your colleagues, see sample videos, and hear what students are saying about the impact of these assignments on their learning. 




Ed Greco, Ph.D.

Intro Physics & Outreach Coordinator

School of Physics


Jennifer Kraft Leavey, Ph.D.

Integrated Science Curriculum Coordinator, College of Sciences

Senior Academic Professional, School of Biology


Jarrad Reddick

Manager of Academic Support, OMED

Graduate Student, Interactive Computing, College of Computing


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  • Created By: Felicia Turner
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  • Created On: Oct 1, 2012 - 8:19am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 10:00pm