Spring 2017 Teaching Visits, a WIDER PERSIST program administered by the Center for Teaching and Learning, are officially under way. The program uses classroom visits to provide an opportunity for faculty interested in adopting evidence based instructional practices or active learning strategies in their course to see how it looks in another classroom. In addition, these classroom observations are intended to increase the dialogue around teaching and learning at Boise State.
We want the visits to be unobtrusive; therefore we must limit the number of visitors for each class. However, some teaching visits still have spots available for those interested:
- Active Learning in Math 175 – Doug Bullock
- Using POGIL in Math 275 – Shari Ultman
- Active Learning with Technology in CE 402 – Arvin Farid
- Team Based Learning and Think-pair-share Activities in CS 121 – Marissa Schmidt
- Active Learning & Collaborative Problem Solving in MSE 318 – Lan (Samantha) Li
Register for a Teaching Visit now and be sure to check the site regularly for more opportunities.