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Quickfire Interactive Talks

Delivered by faculty and graduate students to rapidly showcase innovative and effective teaching.

Peter/McKenna/Wright Room

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Reeja Jayan

(presented by Chad Hershock)

Virtual Engineering In Minecraft: Helping Students Visualize And Manipulate Material Properties

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Ryan Tibshirani

Gearing Up For Research The Machine Learning Way: An Authentic In-class Conference Experience

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Randy Weinberg

Speed Dating Enhances Active Learning

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Drew Davidson

Collaboratively Grading Interdisciplinary Projects In ETC Courses

Connan Room


Christina Bjorndahl

How Can You Use Active Learning And iClickers To Make A Large Lecture Feel Like A Small Class?


Catalina Achim

Development Of Tools And Methods For Teaching Writing In STEM At The Graduate Level


Costa Samaras

Social Media In Engineering: Connecting Course Concepts To The Real World With Twitter


Brian Kovak

Active Learning To Interpret And Critique Research

Danforth Conference Room


Katie Walsh

Creating Historians: Using Canvas Discussion Posts To Develop Analytical Writing Skills


Matt Bass

Engineering Data Intensive Scalable Systems: Experiences Flipping The Classroom


Dave Yaron

Chemcollective: Interactive Simulations To Promote Conceptual Learning Of Chemistry


Beth Walter

Teaching Writing Skills Via Collaborative Rhetorical Analysis