Faculty Panel Discussion on Instructional Redesign
This panel showcases successful Instructional Redesigns by faculty from various disciplines who discuss their teaching problem, the evidence-based instructional strategies they implemented, and the assessment techniques used. In addition to hearing IR stories of success, participants will also receive tips and guidance in creating a successful IR portfolio.
In this invited panel discussion, Brian Ritchie (Clinical Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering), Andrea Contigiani (Assistant Professor in FCOB - Management and Human Resources), and Suma Robinson (Senior Lecturer in Biology/Microbiology at OSU Mansfield) each share highlights of their recent experiences in redesigning instruction as part of the Drake Institute's Instructional Redesign (IR) Program. They will outline specific teaching challenges, resources used by each panelist to inform changes to instruction and the ultimate impact of the redesign on student learning and experience.
After this workshop participants will be able to:
- Consider insights and perspectives of highly successful IR completers from a range of colleges/departments across OSU.
- Identify the characteristics of successful IR.
- Locate successful IR portfolio models.
- Connect with resources to assist in the implementation and assessment of an individual or team-based IR project and creation of an IR portfolio.
You may register here.
You will receive Zoom link 24 hours prior to the start of the session.
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Institute for Teaching and Learning programming is offered in accordance with university guidelines associated with in-person and remote activities. The Institute will inform registrants of delivery modifications should those guidelines change.