In our teaching tips, we are highlighting the work of successful instructors and staff from across Iowa State University. We have asked them to share their highlights from the classroom, ideas for successful teaching and learning, and share their favorite CELT program.
Alex Ramirez, Chair of the CELT Advisory Board is an Associate Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine (VDPAM)and Interim Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs in the
In our teaching tips, we are highlighting the work of successful instructors and staff from across Iowa State University. We have asked them to share their highlights from the classroom,
Brad Shrader, a Morrill Professor and Eucher Fellow in Business, arrived at Iowa State University in 1984. Dr. Shrader teaches using discussion-based learning, case teaching, and case competitions. Cases are
Karla Embleton, Ph.D., instructional designer for the College of Human Sciences Online and Distance Learning programs, has been helping faculty at ISU for 21 years. She offers the following Canvas
Dr. Jennifer Shane, associate professor in civil, construction and environmental engineering, and a program director at the Center for Transportation Research and Education, successfully completed a Quality Matters certified course
Lisa Lund, M.Ed. and instructional development coordinator at the College of Veterinary Medicine, has developed hundreds of courses at ISU. She recently presented at the most recent ISU Online Learning
Dr. Elizabeth Stegemöller, Associate Professor, in Kinesiology has spent 6 years at ISU. Her advice for someone new to teaching is: “Be yourself. When I first started teaching, I tried