Artineh Samkian, Associate Professor of Clinical Education in USC’s Rossier School of Education engages students in course content by soliciting feedback and checking in on discussion agreements.
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Min-Kyoung Rhee, Instructional Assistant Professor at USC’s Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, discusses ways to make students feel comfortable expressing their voices and to provide opportunities to apply the knowledge they learned in class to real-life situations.
Matthew Manos, Associate Professor of Practice, Design Strategy at USC’s Iovine and Young Academy challenges students to consider ethical implications.
Kendra Walther, Associate Professor of Technology Practice in USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering, discusses “POGIL”, a group instructional strategy grounded in research about how students learn.
Daryl Davies, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at USC’s Alfred E. Mann School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, discusses motivating students with relevancy and passion.
Victor Fazio, Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice at USC’s Bovard College, uses elevator pitch assignments to help students effectively crystalize and communicate their thoughts about big ideas.
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