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Journal on Excellence in College Teaching 26. Exploring an Inquiry-based Learning with Peer-teaching Pedagogy in a Physiological Signals Lab Course. In-class Demonstrations with a Portable Laboratory for Teaching DSP to Computer Engineering Majors. Panel Discussion: Understanding Students' Narratives of Grand Challenges Scholars Program as a Nexus between Liberal Arts and STEM Education. Integration of Experiential Learning to Develop Problem Solving Skills in Deaf and Hard of Hearing STEM Students. Teaching Technology in the Virtual World of Second Life. Advancing Diversity and Inclusivity in STEM Education.

Amount: $1000
Learning Abroad

This essay-based scholarship is intended to increase access to Learning Abroad Programs for students nderrepresented in Learning Abroad. Learning Abroad can nominate one student per year for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Scholarship. In order to be eligible for the MEXT Scholarship, applicants must complete a Learning Abroad Waseda University exchange application first. If nominated for this exchange, the Learning Abroad Exchange Coordinator will recommend applicant for this funding, which provides a monthly stipend of RMB 2500. This $1,000 scholarship is awarded to the applicant who is best able to articulate the importance of language learning and its place in society.

Office of Student Financial Services

Before the opening day of instruction: 100 percent of semester tuition. On or before the second Friday following the opening day of instruction: 75 percent of semester tuition. On or before the fifth Friday following the opening day of instruction: 50 percent of semester tuition. Before the opening day of instruction through the last day of the registration period : 100 percent of the dropped course tuition fee. On or before the fifth Friday following the opening day of instruction: 50 percent of the dropped course tuition fee. On or before the 10th day of instruction for the module session: 100 percent of the dropped course tuition fee.

Graduate Assistantships Information

TA2s may have primary instructional responsibility for a course and may have autonomy for teaching, assigning grades, and providing laboratory instruction setup as part of a regularly scheduled course. LA2s may have primary instructional responsibility for a lab and may have autonomy for teaching, assigning grades, and providing laboratory instruction setup as part of a regularly scheduled course. Assistantships best serve the student, the hiring unit, and the student’s academic department when they are used as an integral component of the graduate education experience.

Communication Studies

Communication Studies supports graduate student education via Graduate Teaching Assistantships, Graduate Research Assistantships, and scholarships and fellowships. Because proficiency in oral communication is required for a number of programs, the department is able to offer graduate teaching assistantships. Application for a graduate teaching assistantship requires that the applicant indicate interest in financial assistance as part of their application requirements. Renewal of graduate teaching assistantships is dependent upon satisfactory performance of all responsibilities associated with both the teaching and the student functions. Buehler Outstanding First-Year Teaching Fellowship is given in recognition of outstanding instruction by a first-year graduate teaching assistant Any graduate student in good standing in the Communication Studies Department who is finishing their first year as a GTA.

SOTL in Pharmacy

Wulling Center for Innovation Scholarship in Pharmacy Education . The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning is receiving increased attention in pharmacy education. To that end, pharmacy educators are increasingly engaging in Scholarly Teaching. The Scholarship of Teaching builds on the end product of Scholarly Teaching. It involves identifying key issues from the scholarly teaching, analyzing results and putting them into the context of the existing knowledge base. Scholarly Teaching and SOTL may involve Innovation. At times, work related to teaching and or learning might be characterized as Educational Research. Demonstrating excellence in pharmacy teaching through scholarship. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. Scholarly Teaching and the Scholarship of Teaching. New Directions for Teaching and Learning.

Thomas Jefferson University

The studio environment in architectural education has harnessed the techniques of project-based learning long before the term became a defined academic approach to teaching the complexities of real-world problems. This project does not envisage a single pedagogical framework, but will explore different ways of teaching that reflect Nexus Learning practices and best serve Philadelphia University students.

Communication Studies

Communication Studies supports graduate student education via Graduate Teaching Assistantships, Graduate Research Assistantships, and scholarships and fellowships. Application for a graduate teaching assistantship requires that the students indicate interest in a GTA appointment as part of their application requirements. Graduate Teaching Assistantships are ordinarily assigned on a half time basis, teaching of six class hours per week. Renewal of graduate teaching assistantships is dependent upon satisfactory performance of all responsibilities associated with both the teaching and the student functions. Buehler Outstanding First-Year Teaching Fellowship is given in recognition of outstanding instruction by a first-year graduate teaching assistant Any graduate student in good standing in the Communication Studies Department who is finishing their first year as a GTA.

Communication Studies

Communication Studies supports graduate student education via Graduate Teaching Assistantships, Graduate Research Assistantships, and scholarships and fellowships. Application for a graduate teaching assistantship requires that the students indicate interest in a GTA appointment as part of their application requirements. Graduate Teaching Assistantships are ordinarily assigned on a half time basis, teaching of six class hours per week. Renewal of graduate teaching assistantships is dependent upon satisfactory performance of all responsibilities associated with both the teaching and the student functions. Buehler Outstanding First-Year Teaching Fellowship is given in recognition of outstanding instruction by a first-year graduate teaching assistant Any graduate student in good standing in the Communication Studies Department who is finishing their first year as a GTA.

Teaching as Research

Teaching as research is an effort to integrate research, teaching, and learning. The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning explains it as the deliberate, systematic, and reflective use of research methods. To develop and implement teaching practices that advance the learning experiences and outcomes of both students and teachers. The idea is to take their research skills and them to their teaching in order to improve student learning. Teaching as research is just an effort to make this systematic and explicit, rooting the data and analysis in student learning outcomes. The Scholarship of Teaching Learning is a broader designation and refers to a whole body of literature on the science of learning.