Enhancing Participant-Centered Learning with Case Discussion in a Required Pharmacy Course Yifei Liu, Ph.D. In June 2010, I received a Teaching Enhancement Grant to improve participant-centered learning via case discussion in the course of U.S. Health Care System and Marketing. This is a required course for the Doctor of Pharmacy degree program and I [...]
A TEG Sent Faculty to a Conference on Infusing Foreign Languages Across Disciplines: Join Us in Bringing it to UMKC!
Languages Across the Curriculum Dr. Lindsy L. Myers & Dr. K. Scott Baker Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures On September 24-25, 2010 Dr. Myers and Dr. Baker attended the CLAC 2010 National Conference entitled CLAC in Practice: Evolving Pedagogies for Teaching Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum with the support of Teaching Enhancement Grant [...]
TEG Report Chiachih DC Wang Associate Professor Counseling Psychology Program, School of Education I. A Brief Description of the Project: I applied for and received my TEG in 2009 originally on the CPCE5611 Objective Personality Assessment course offered in spring 2010. This class was designed to provide doctoral students in both the Counseling and Clinical [...]
By Sarah Tyrrell Assistant Teaching Professor, UMKC—Conservatory of Music and Dance In 2010, I applied for a Teaching Enhancement Grant to attend the College Music Society’s Institute on the Pedagogies of World Music Theories at the University of Colorado in Boulder in May 2010. I was interested in the institute for the planned activities [...]
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2011 FaCET Symposium at the Kauffman Conference Center Thanks to all who attended! Both presentations by Jose Bowen will be available on the web shortly!
These are “Chronicle of Higher Ed” articles on the benefits of creating writing workshops/groups on a campus. If you are interested in participating in a writing workshop at UMKC, please note your interest in the comments. http://chronicle.com/article/The-Writers-Workshop-at-Work/127006/?sid=ja&utm_source=ja&utm_medium=en http://chronicle.com/article/The-Rules-of-Writing-Group/126880/
Need help with your Assessment Plan? Drew Bergerson, Associate Professor of History is FaCET’s Faculty Fellow for Assessment Spring 2011 semester. He can help you and your colleagues create an assessment plan for your program. Wednesdays 12pm to 3pm in hour intervals April 27 and May 4 These consultations will be held in the FaCET office [...]