The publication will document curricular innovation and will recognize teaching excellence for the primary purpose of enhancing instruction at UCF while encouraging creative and interdisciplinary efforts to develop new knowledge.
Do you have a faculty experience to share? We welcome article submissions by UCF faculty members. See the guidelines below for length specifications.
The primary audience members are your peers, classroom instructors at UCF who desire to increase student success and to foster scholarly community.
The focus of the submission should be on your pedagogy. Please keep the length between 500 and 1,000 words. The following structure may be used to arrange your essay. It is only a suggestion.
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Kristin G. Congdon
College of Arts and Humanities My approach to education is informed by my early and ongoing experiences teaching in a variety of settings. Besides working in public schools (elementary, middle, and high school), I have also taught art in correctional facilities, residential treatment centers, museums, Elderhostels and retirement homes. My stude...
College of Arts and Humanities Students today, regardless of discipline or major, desire education and training that will enable them to better understand their pasts, contribute during the present, and prosper in the future. Therefore I emphasize active, experiential learning that facilitates an undergraduate's desire to obtain practical s...
J. Blake Scott
College of Arts and Sciences Teachingis what sustains me as an academic. It fuels and, in turn, is fueled by myresearch in rhetoric, which emphasizes civic action, and by my communityservice. Some of the hallmarks of service-learning—active learning, problemsolving, critical reflection, and civic engagement—guide my overal...