Teaching Exemplars Network(TEN) – Graduate Student Page

Observable Classes for UCONN Graduate Students

Please do not e-mail instructors directly. To schedule an observation, please email us at the link: itlexemplars@uconn.edu, or copy and paste our e-mail address into your e-mail application.

Download the Observation Guidebook and Bloom’s Taxonomy to read up on pedagogies you might observe and to record your observations and reflections about how you might use those observed pedagogies.

Discipline Faculty Course Info Location Meeting Times Keywords
MATH Dr. Keith Conrad Teaching Philosophy Calculus II (MATH 1132Q) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
TLS 154
Spring 2014
Tu, Th 11 am – 12:15 pm
MATH Dr. Keith Conrad Teaching Philosophy Abstract Algebra II (MATH 5211) Combined Grad & Undergrad course
Syllabus
Storrs
MSB 219
Spring 2013
Tu, Th 2- 3:15 pm
MATH Dr. Brian Hartman
Teaching Philosophy
Actuarial Statistics (MATH 3621) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
MSB 411
Spring 2013
Tu, Th 11 am – 12:15 pm
Large lecture PowePoint. LaTex slides, Touchscreen annotation
MATH Dr. Brian Hartman
Teaching Philosophy
Life Contingencies (MATH 3631) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
LH 302
Spring 2013
Tu, Th 2 – 3:15 pm
Large lecture PowePoint. LaTex slides, Touchscreen annotation
MATH Dr. Amit Savkar
Teaching Philosophy
Calculus II (MATH 1132Q) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
AUST 108
Spring 2014
Tu, Th 8-9:15 am
NRE Dr. Thomas Meyer
Teaching Philosophy
Introduction to Geomatics (NRE 2000) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
WBY 100
Spring 2014
M, W, F 11:15 am-12:05 pm with labs (see syllabus)
Small group discussion, white-board illustration, use of database and mapping software, some PowerPoint
NRE Dr. Jason Vokoun
Teaching Philosophy
Environmental Conservation (NRE 1235) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
CHEM A203
Spring 2014
M, W 10 – 10:50 am with discussion sections (see syllabus)
Large lecture, dilemma case studies, small group work, readings and written assignments, PowerPoint
PHARM Dr. Charles Michael White
Teaching Philosophy
Drug Information II: Research Design & Statistical Analysis (PHRX 3007) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
PBB 129
Spring 2014
W 8-10 am
Co – instructor (see syllabus for specific lecture days)
Clinical skills, cardiovascular drug knowledge, individual patient skills, rounding team skills, and group presentation skills
PSYC Dr. David Miller
Teaching Philosophy
General Psychology I (PSYC 1100-001) Undergraduate course
Syllabus
Storrs
LH 102
Spring 2014
Tu, Th 2:00 – 2:50 pm with labs (see syllabus)
Large Lecture Keynote, multimedia

Please do not contact instructors directly. To schedule an observation,please email us at the link: itlexemplars@uconn.edu, or copy and paste our e-mail address into your e-mail application.

Download the Observation Guidebook and Bloom’s Taxonomy to read up on pedagogies you might observe and to record your observations and reflections about how you might use those observed pedagogies.