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|
Farrah M. Cato
College of Arts and Humanities My teaching has always focused on student-centered classrooms where critical thinking and active engagement are key. This foundation allows me to work on the primary goal of my pedagogy: to teach students how to use their education in the world around them. To this end, I employ a variety of strategies for differe...
College of Business Administration I believe that a professor must create knowledge and effectively disseminate that knowledge to students. I strive for excellence in research and carry my enthusiasm for research excellence into my teaching. I pursue teaching excellence by setting high expectations for my students, providing rigorous and up-to-date...
College of Rosen At Rosen College, my goal is to prepare our students to be successful leaders in hospitality. The Rosen College values of professionalism, leadership, and service are the perfect foundation. We build on that foundation each time we lead students in learning. In sharing information, I use a variety of learning ap...