Promoting Teaching Innovation through Purposeful Peer Interaction

Wednesday, February 20 | 10:00AM–10:45AM PT | Pacific Promenade - Poster48
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Are you responsible for faculty development on teaching with technology? Are you seeing the same “cast of characters” and doubting the effectiveness of your outreach strategies? In this session, we will discuss these issues and more with a focus on the impact of peer-to-peer interaction on promoting teaching innovation through our Faculty Fellows program. We provide perspectives of the program administrators as well as viewpoints from our the grant recipients. We will share how both parties have experienced growth and change and how the lessons from past cycles have informed subsequent offerings of the Faculty Fellows grant program.

Outcomes: Explain the impact of a Faculty Fellows program on diffusing innovation on campus * Identify the key factors of success with a Faculty Fellows Program * Outline your own plan to create or enhance a Faculty Fellow program

Presenters

  • Bethany Smith

    Associate Director of Instructional Technology Training, North Carolina State University
  • Angela Smith

    Teaching Associate Professor, North Carolina State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Promoting Teaching Innovation through Purposeful Peer Interaction

    Updated on 11/26/2019
  • Handout Promoting Teaching Innovation through Purposeful Peer Interaction

    Updated on 11/26/2019