AN INVITATION TO LEARN HOW LEARNING IN CEHS IS BUILT ON Excellence In Teaching
Being an excellent teacher is not about checking the boxes in a list of attributes. Yes, there are some commonalities among teachers who excel in the art of teaching, but perhaps what’s most important is finding a way to reach students in unique ways. Not every student learns in the same way or the same speed. Excellent teachers understand this and find ways to help all their students be inspired and learn deeply.
The College of Education and Human Sciences is pleased to feature the following educators who are examples of teaching excellence. Like many of their CEHS colleagues, these professors help their students find the excitement in discovery and prepare them to successfully navigate the challenges and realities of their future professions.
These CEHS faculty members are consistently searching for new strategies that work—that help their students learn remarkably, elevating them to levels that will help them reach their dreams and make them outstanding professionals.
We invite you to learn more about these ambassadors of teaching excellence and to reach out to them in the spirit of advancing the art of teaching.
Writing by Brad Stauffer, College of Education and Human Sciences
Photography by Craig Chandler and Greg Nathan, University Communication
Video by Dave Fitzgibbon and Mary Jane Bruce, University Communication
Web design by Aaron Coleman, University Communication
Project management by Lauren Becwar, University Communication