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|
Melissa B. Frye
College of Business Administration Today's workplace offers new challenges to students--the options are wider, the demands are greater, and the workplace is less structured. To be successful, students will need to meet the challenges of this type of working environment. A teacher is the guide who helps them prepare to meet these challenges by armin...
College of Education & Human Performance Creating the most impactful learning experiences for my students is my primary responsibility and has long been my goal. I bring my experience, research, knowledge from the field, and passion to each and every class meeting and course experience. As educators, we talk a lot about best practice in our field. In the...
College of Education My teaching philosophy is based on the recognition that education is a primary social institution. Educational achievement and attainment, more specifically, are often necessary for individuals to meet their basic needs. Through this process, accepted knowledge, skills, and dispositions are transmitted from th...