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The following are interviews with senior faculty members at UCF on their experiences, insights, and wisdom on teaching at the University of Central Florida:

Name Department Date of Interview
Richard Cornell Instructional Systems, Education 2/2007
Cheryl Green Social Work 12/2005
David Kuhn Biology 8/2006
Ralph Llewelyn Physics 10/2006
Dick Tucker Psychology 11/2005

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Kimberly Renk
College of Sciences Kimberly Renk Teaching is a critically important part of my position at the University of Central Florida. Whether I am teaching undergraduate-level courses, working with students through independent study, or mentoring students in their Honors research, I feel strongly that students deserve to learn in a respectful and non-th...

Alisha Janowsky
College of Sciences Alisha Janowsky A student should never leave a psychology course bored...period. My job is to teach human behavior—that cannot be boring! Like everyone else, students are naÏve psychologists with their own intuitions about why people act as they do. Whether teaching large classes, online classes, or small seminars,...

Adele Richardson
College of Arts and Humanities Adele  Richardson On the first day I stepped into my own Composition classroom, I enthusiastically thought I was going to teach freshmen how to write. By the end of that same day, I came to realize how shortsighted my assumptions were. And so my own education as a teacher really began. Students don't need to be shown how to ...