Workshops Calendar

If you are unable to attend an event in person and would like to participate virtually, please inquire at fctl@ucf.edu about online options such as Skype or Adobe Connect.

April 2017 Calendar of Events

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Teaching through Making with Twine
 

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Developing Students' Study Skills in Class
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Enhancing Interaction in the Classroom: Making it More Engaging for Students and Faculty
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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e-Portfolio as Story:How e-Portfolios Can Tell Your Story
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Humberto Lopez
College of Arts and Humanities Humberto   Lopez If I were to encapsulate the most important principle in my teaching philosophy, it would be that one must enjoy being a teacher in order to be a good one. I am passionate about education because I am a learner myself who believes that learning should be curiosity driven, active, and enjoyable, and should emphasiz...

Michael Strawser
College of Arts and Humanities Michael   Strawser Three goals that are central to my overall teaching philosophy are energy, respect, and edification. Energy: I believe that a good teacher should be dynamic, enthusiastic, and passionate for the subject, very knowledgeable and competent in communicating his or her knowledge. These are prope...

Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes
College of Arts and Humanities Cecilia Rodriguez  Milanes Ilove teaching. For me the classroom is aplace of excitement, energy, challenge and beauty. Many educational philosophies have influencedmy pedagogy, the most important of which is a student-centered and dialogicapproach. I strive to empower students,challenging them to become better critical thinkers, r...