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Fall Brown Bag Series

Are you an instructor or GTA interested in connecting with colleagues about timely topics related to online and hybrid teaching, learning and assessment? Then grab your lunch and join us for a new virtual Brown Bag series in which UT instructional faculty share strategies, tips and recommendations for successful teaching and learning online. 

The schedule of hosts and topics from the Fall 2020 semester is below. To view recordings of past sessions, click on the topic.

Hosts Topic/s Date & TIme
Tracy Cook, Senior Lecturer & Dr. Karen Pringle, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Mathematics Using Google Classroom to Increase Student Engagement in Online Classes October 16, 2020
Dr. Bob DuBois, Lecturer and Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies, Dept of Psychology &
Dr. Jessi Grieser, Assistant Professor, Dept of English
Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Online Assessment October 23, 2020
Dr. Sally Harris, Distinguished Lecturer, Dept of English

Dr. Daniel Wallace, Post-Doctoral Lecturer, Dept of English

Successful Online Group Work

Teaching is Repetition: Using recursive tech tools to help students better understand the reading

October 30, 2020
Dr. Megan Von Bergen, Teaching Associate,
Dept of English
Ungrading РAn Alternative Method of Assessment  November 13, 2020
Dr. Ben Auerbach, Associate Professor, Dept of Anthropology

Dr. Nahla Abu Hatab, Lecturer and Director of General Chemistry Laboratories, Dept of Chemistry

The Anatomy of Teaching Online Anatomy: Structuring an environment for learning and interaction in a large enrollment course

Developing Custom Online Chemistry Lab Curriculum

November 20, 2020