Thursday, September 30, 2021
11:40 AM - 12:55 PM
Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511
Utilizing integrative learning principles, the presenters will share examples of how HIP characteristics are incorporated across different disciplines and identify classroom assessment techniques (CATs) that can be applied across a variety of academic settings. Participants will have opportunities to share examples of reflection and integrative learning principles in the design of assignments and appropriate assessment methods for their classroom. Kuh, G.D. (2008). High-impact educational practices: What they are, who has access to them, and why they matter. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.
This workshop is a required session for a certificate of completion in Integrative and Experiential Learning.
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Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning
Amber Fallucca serves as the Director of the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) and Associate Director of the Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning. She leads the assessment initiatives aligned with the Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning, including Graduation with Leadership Distinction, and provides support for office and campus-based initiatives. Fallucca also holds an Affiliate Faculty role in the College of Education with the Department of Educational Leadership and Policies.
Director for Diversity and Inclusion and Associate Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Charlie Pierce has been teaching at the University of South Carolina since 1998. He is a Senior Faculty Associate in the Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning and the Director for Diversity and Inclusion in his home department of civil and environmental engineering. He also serves as the campus representative and a division director for the American Society for Engineering Education. Pierce has spent the past decade creating student-centered learning environments in engineering through the adaptation and blending of pedagogical strategies. His interests include collaborative, problem-based learning to facilitate student development of transferable skills, such as critical thinking and decision-making. He is a proud graduate of the University of New Hampshire (B.S.) and Northwestern University (M.S. and Ph.D.).