Teaching Development

Classroom - Image available through creative commons, Flickr: billericksonFaculty Retraining & Renewal Grants, 2013-14

(Round 2)

 The purpose of this comprehensive program is to increase the flexibility and effective use of existing faculty personnel in the University of Wisconsin System.

Monies must be used between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014

Due: February 10, 2014

Original application (no additional copies required) must be delivered to 104 North Hall and an electronic copy to fasdb@uwrf.edumail by 4:00 p.m. on the listed due date. 

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Great Falcon STEM Fellow, 2013-14

The GREAT Falcon STEM Fellow (GFSF) program is a key element in a five-year NSF-funded grant designed to increase the number of STEM graduates at UWRF.  This program is specifically tied to "Action 1" of the grant that involves the implementation of "active-learning, student-centered pedagogy."  The purpose of this program is to increase the use of proven, active-teaching pedagogies (e.g. Flipped Classroom, Team-based learning, peer Instruction, Studio Physics, Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning-POGIL) in STEM courses.  Tenure-track faculty who teach one of the STEM "gate-way" courses are eligible:  BIOL 150, 160, 210, 230, 240; CHEM 120, 121, 122, 130, 231, 232, 233, 240, ESM 105, 220: GEOL 101, 150, 230, 231, 269; MATH 147, 149, 166, 167, 236, 256, 266; PHYS 121, 122, 131, 132, 264.

Course development must occur during summer 2014.

Due: February 17, 2014

Original application (no additional copies required) must be delivered to 104 North Hall and an electronic copy to fasdb@uwrf.edumail by 4:00 p.m. on the listed due date.

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