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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
David Kuhn Biology 8/2006
Ralph Llewelyn Physics 10/2006
Dick Tucker Psychology 11/2005

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Amanda Raffenaud
College of Health & Public Affairs Amanda  Raffenaud To teach, to mentor, to instruct is an honor. But in addition to these roles, I teach in order to develop students for success, I am a developer. I see potential in all students and know that they are destined for greatness. Their time with me in the classroom is but a blip in their journey in life. So in the shor...

Mary Tripp
College of Sciences Mary  Tripp In school, I believed that good writing was a “gift” for a chosen few, and I wasn’t one of the chosen. After many years, I realized that becoming a good writer is a struggle for everyone. Like learning to write, learning to teach is also a struggle for everyone. Good teaching is not a “gift” for a chosen few—good ...

Mustapha Mouloua
College of Sciences Mustapha Mouloua One of my primary goals as a teacher is to generate enthusiasm for the learning experience. Effective teaching requires capturing students’ interest, sparking their curiosity and providing them with the information that will increase their desire to further their knowledge and understanding. My goal is to he...