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Effective Instructional Strategies Ͼ

This session counts towards a CIRTL Teaching Certificate Ͼ


Information Technology/Engineering : 238

Date & Time

February 28, 2024, 1:30 pm2:30 pm


If you are interested in a teaching career or are actively pursuing the nationally recognized CIRTL certification, please attend this event/discussion. SEA CIRTL Fellows must attend.

This "Effective Instructional Strategies" workshop/discussion will generally serve as a tool to learn different teaching methods and strategies used to engage, assess and motivate students in the classroom for any discipline.

About our speaker:

Dr. Jamie Gurganus, Associate Director of STEMed Research, Faculty in Engineering and Computing Education Program (ECEP) & Mechanical Engineering and Director for the Center for Integrated Research, Teaching & Learning, Dr. Gurganus is an Engineer with a PhD research focus on Engineering Education. Her research interests: Engineering and Design Education, Additive Manufacturing, Design conceptualization, Spatial Reasoning in engineering, Mentoring and mentoring programs in engineering, Service learning in engineering, P-12 & Post-secondary engineering education, Retention of Mechanical Engineering students, engineering learning technologies, diversity in engineering, best practices in educating engineering students, teachers and the community. 

If you plan to attend the session, please RSVP by clicking the green "Going in person" button below.

If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to gspd@umbc.edu

If you want to learn about CIRTL Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning please contact Dr. Jamie Gurganus at jgurganus@umbc.edu.

This event will not be recorded.