Most people have heard the phrase variety is the spice of life, and the same can be said for education. How can instructors be consistent and still gain the curiosity of their students to keep them engaged in both face to face and distance education courses? Here are two great ideas from experts in the field! Click here to read more.
”Active Learning” —MBR University Click here to watch more.
Dr. Alanna Breen of UofSC's Languages, Literatures and Cultures department presents “Basic Proficiency in Portuguese.” Click here to watch more.
Enjoy highlights from some of our wonderful faculty presentations at this year’s Gamecock Teaching Days held March 3rd and 4th, sponsored by the Incubator for Teaching Innovation! Click here to read more
This month’s book review comes from a member of the Incubator’s Graduate Leadership Team, Archie Crowley, a PhD student in Linguistics and Women’s and Gender Studies certificate program at UofSC. They are taking up: “Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto” by Kevin Ganon (2020). Click here to read more.
This month’s book review comes from a member of the Incubator’s Graduate Leadership Team, Angelina Rubina, an international student at UofSC. She is currently working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant while pursuing a PhD degree in Linguistics (Second Language Acquisition). She’s taking up: “Helping Students Learn in a Learner-Centered Environment” (2008) by Terry Doyle. Click here to read more.