Faculty Focus @ UST with Dr. Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman

November 2, 2015 / By: Cynthia Sarver and Michael Wilder, Instructional Design, Center for Faculty Development

This month we are delighted to launch our new series showcasing UST faculty who are doing interesting and innovative things in the classroom.  We begin the series by highlighting the teaching of Dr. Brittany Nelson Cheeseman, Assistant Professor of Engineering.  In this short video, Brittany shares tips for getting students more engaged and for making the most of teacher-student interactions, offering practical ideas for both the flipped and face-to-face classroom.  Watch and learn from your colleague, or peek in for yourself by visiting Brittany's Digital Classroom.

If you are interested in trying out the ideas featured here we'd love to meet with you! We're also available to talk thorough your ideas to improve your teaching through curriculum design, technology integration, and course accessibility. Contact Cynthia.Sarver@stthomas.edu or Michael Wilder at wild0017@stthomas.edu.