Into Practice, a biweekly communication distributed to active instructors during the academic year, was inspired by a successful 2012 HILT grant project. The e-letter highlights the pedagogical practices of individual faculty members from across schools and delivers timely, evidence-based teaching advice, contributing to and strengthening a University-wide community of practice around teaching.
“A simulation is not just a game for fun. My aspiration is for every single person in that room to have a transformative experience, making them better colleagues, better collaborators, and better leaders in a diverse and global environment.”
Tsedal Neeley, Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration and Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Research
“The pedagogy must drive the technology, not the other way around.”
James Honan, Senior Lecturer on Education (HGSE)
“Participation plans give students an opportunity to decide what participation means to them. By giving them ownership over it, they were engaging in a much better spirit rather than checking a box.”
Luke Miratrix, Associate Professor and Co-Faculty Director of the PhD in Education Program (HGSE)