The following are interviews with senior faculty members at UCF on their experiences, insights, and wisdom on teaching at the University of Central Florida:
|Name||Department||Date of Interview|
|Richard Cornell||Instructional Systems, Education||2/2007|
|Cheryl Green||Social Work||12/2005|
College of Arts and Humanities Teaching is about making some kind of dent in the world so that the world is different than what it was before you practiced your craft. What kind of dent do I want to make? Rather, what effect do I have (or am capable of having) on my students and their learning? I attempt to answer these questions in ...
College of Sciences As a hyperactive, quickly bored child, I presented a sizable challenge to my teachers. Conventional teaching methods did not work with me, but if given a problem to solve, I spent many hours and tried many strategies in my attempts to figure it out. My reluctance to use conventional learning styles then became an ...
College of Arts and Humanities My teaching philosophy is grounded in my passions–for learning, for teaching, for stimulating interest in women's and gender issues, for social justice, and for encouraging students to critically engage their own worlds and the information they are exposed to in every facet of their experience. While eac...