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The Innovations in Education project features Stony Brook faculty and staff using innovative approaches and best practices in teaching, and applications of educational technology that have had a positive effect on student learning. Video interviews are 15 to 30 minutes long and focus primarily on faculty members. The last...
The Innovations in Education project features Stony Brook faculty and staff using innovative approaches and best practices in teaching, and applications of educational technology that have had a positive effect on student learning. Video interviews are 15 to 30 minutes long and focus primarily on faculty members. The last section of each interview is usually with a professional staff member who can provide support to faculty interested in adopting the pedagogy or technology discussed during each show. Video and pictures of the application of the innovation or best practice in the learning environment are included in each show where possible. The interviews are intended to provide a balanced look at both the benefits and challenges of adopting a particular approach to teaching and learning support. Guests are asked questions such as:
* What made you dissatisfied with your previous approach?
* How did you change the structure and delivery of your course?
* How did the students react? * What were your biggest challenges?
* How do you feel about your teaching now?
* What are you planning next for your course?
In addition to the video interviews many of our innovative faculty are interviewed and articles written about their teaching approach and philosophy.