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GIFT The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning . Enhance professional skills I nterdisciplinary collaboration Professional growth opportunities I nnovative approaches to teaching and learning. Winter Institute 2013. 5 slides -- 1 minute each . 5 dynamic minutes of teaching ideas .

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Gift the center for excellence in teaching and learning

GIFTThe Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Enhance professional skills

Interdisciplinary collaboration

Professional growth opportunities

Innovative approaches to teaching and learning


Gift the center for excellence in teaching and learning

Winter Institute 2013

5 slides -- 1 minute each

5 dynamic minutes of teaching ideas


Gift the center for excellence in teaching and learning

Todd Conaway --

Grading: the true means of measurement

Sal Buffo --

Collaborative Learning and Mind Mapping


Gift the center for excellence in teaching and learning

Brandelyn Dillaway --

Addressing Difficult Concepts:

Assumptions, Facts, Conclusions

Mark Woosley --

Modes of assessment through

the interview process


Guest speakers

In the fall and spring semesters:

Guest Speakers

Educators from other institutions initiating stimulating dialogue about innovative approaches to teaching and learning.


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence

GIFT Fellowship Award for Teaching Excellence

The following instructors have been nominated as people who go above and beyond in the classroom and have been nominated by their students, community members and colleagues.

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence1

GIFT Fellowship Award for Teaching Excellence

“Tom has the skill to nourish the student’s innate artistic ability via effective guidelines without imposing his own aesthetic. He is a one of a kind instructor that will be missed by many.”

We wish Tom all the best as he moves on to retirement!

2013 Recipient: TOM GERCZYNSKI

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

CATHY MCCOY

ELLEN SAVOINI

Ellen inspires students with personal experience and research.

“Glad to have such an understanding teacher.”

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees1

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

RICH LECLAIR

CURTIS KLEINMAN

“His classes are unique and informative in a way that makes me look forward to class everyday!”

“Our goal is your success.”

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees2

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

KEN OTTINGER

ABRAHAM FEINBERG

“He truly cares about his students and this subject, and that is great.”

“Ken informs, inspires and helps his students in any way he can.”

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees3

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

STEVE ROLLIN

DR. MICHAEL BRADBURN-RUSTER

“An amazing teacher because he not only sees you as a student but an individual as well.”

“He has a passion for helping people, in the classroom and the EMS field, demonstrating quality values and morals.”

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees4

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

JULIE HAUGHTON

JUSTIN BRERETON

“He really encourages students to take what they learn and apply it outside of school and in their community.”

Julie has been described as a person with grace under pressure, consistency and reliability.

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees5

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

KARA GIANNETTO

LARAINE HERRING

Laraine challenges everyone to do their very best while keeping her materials fresh and relevant.

Kara is inspiring, upbeat, down to earth. People are drawn to her sincerity and openness.

2013-2014


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GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

JOANNE OELLERS

DAVE GORMAN

“Mr. Gorman shows how mathematics apply to everyday real world experiences. What a wonderful gif to have him as an instructor!”

“Her tests were challenging, but she spent time preparing us and gave us all the tools we needed for success.”

2013-2014


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GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

GAIL SPIVEY

SUSAN DE’AK

“She is an excellent role model for the profession she teaches and she inspires her students to be excellent too.”

“When our clinicals came around we were able to reach out to her for concerns, questions, and overall counseling. She is a kind, sweet and caring woman.”

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees8

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

LEANNE LAWHEAD

SHERYL PINE

“Sheryl is a picture of dedication-Always available to assist students in the learning process with great guidance, encouragement and professionalism.”

“Leanne truly cares about her students and their success.”

2013-2014


Gift fellowship award for teaching excellence nominees9

GIFT FELLOWSHIP AWARD FORTEACHING EXCELLENCE NOMINEES

MATT PEARCY

TOM GERCZYNSKI

“Tom has the skill to nourish the student’s innate artistic ability via effective guidelines without imposing his own aesthetic. He is a one of a kind instructor that will be missed by many when he retires.”

“He made learning an enjoyable experience and was never too busy to help.”

2013-2014


Save the date

SAVE THE DATE!

Welcome Back Breakfast on Employee Day for all faculty

August 12, 8:30am

in the Susan B. Webb Community Room

(19-147)


Interested in joining the gift committee

Interested in joining the GIFT COMMITTEE ??

Contact Jason Whitesitt

[email protected]


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