How Will Our Students Learn?
- Dena Levy, Senate Chair of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
- Michael Fox, Assistant Vice President, Academic Affairs
- Ann Altmeyer, Public Administration
- Betsy Balzano, Education and Human Development
- Sharon Belle-Render, Counseling Center
- Ruth Childs, Theatre
- Mary Ann Giglio, Student Learning Center
- Sandra Holingbaugh-Beltz, Delta College
- Kad Lakshmanan, Computer Science
- Jeff Lashbrook, Sociology
- Craig Lending, CELT/Biological Sciences
- Barbara LeSavoy, EOP
- Jose Maliekal, Earth Sciences
- Mary Jo Orzech, IT Services
- Heather Proseus, BASO
- Osman Yasar, Computational Science
Revised Task Question:
How can faculty enable our students to be better learners?
Revised Committee Questions:
- What are the "best practices" for the use of active learning
- How can faculty be motivated to incorporate emerging technologies,
simulations, modeling, field experiences and internships as ways of
creating active learning environments?
- How can the College best support the faculty development necessary
to promote innovative teaching?
- How can our part-time/adjunct faculty be helped to participate in
the use of innovative pedagogy?
- How can we help students take more responsibility for their learning?
- How can we assess the effectiveness of non-traditional and innovative
- How can innovative pedagogies increase productivity in relation to
Questions or Comments?
Questions or comments can be directed to committee co-chairs or to Colleen Donaldson,
Strategic Planning Coordinator:
Colleen Donaldson, Strategic Planning Coordinator
Office of Academic Affairs
350 New Campus Dr.
Brockport, NY 14420