Carnegie Mellon University

Eberly Center

Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation

Quickfire Interactive Talks

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

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Molly McCarter

Leadership Development through Student Choice and Reflection

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Aidan Kestigan

Blogging as Practice in Applied Philosophy

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Maggie Braun

Multidimensional Student Growth in a First Year Program

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Lauren Cook

Tackling Diverse Student Backgrounds Before, During and After Class

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Jeria Quesenberry

Effective Strategies for Teaching Group Work


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Clayton Merrill, Catalina Achim

Teaching a Broad Spectrum: The Art and Science of Color

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Jen Liu

Soft Fabrication: Skills-based Microcourse in Ideate

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Bob Monroe

TPR Hybrid MBA: online teaching strategies

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Ryan Roderick, Pierce Williams, Susan Tanner

"Wiki wha?": Using a wiki to enhance learning and transfer

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Marsha Lovett

Is my teaching intervention working? How can I tell?


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Bryan Webler

If you can't write it down, you don't understand it

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Eleni Katrini

Blogs as Tools to Engage Students During Courses and Beyond

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Theresa Tardio

Community Engagement: Promising Practices in Global and Local Contexts

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Clive Newstead

Engaging Students in Mathematics Through Active Learning

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Daragh Byrne

The IDeATE Gallery