Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant

The Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant is sponsored by IRT Training & Instructional Support and the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. This grant is principally targeted to initiatives that are innovative, scalable, adaptable, and applicable to teaching. Pre-tenured and tenured faculty on the Glassboro Campus are eligible. Award amount: ranges up to $2000. The deadline for the application is October 5, 2019.

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant Instructions

Previous winners:

2018

Biren and McCall

2017


          Kitson

          McGlynn & Kowak

          Zhang

2016  

2015  

2014  

2013  

2012  

2011  

2010

  • Joe Giampalmi, Writing Arts, "Camtasia in the Classroom"
  • Karen Heinz, Mathematics, "Using Video to Capture How Students Use Manipulatives to Solve Mathematical Tasks"
  • Karen Magee-Sauer, Physics & Astronomy, "Video Demonstrations and Video Solutions in Physics & Astronomy"
  • Melanie Stewart, Theatre & Dance, "Video 'Flip' Camera Classroom Integration in the Teaching of Dance Composition and Choreography"

2009  

  • Mark Berkey-Gerard, Journalism and Candace Kelley, Journalism, "The Journalism Convergence Project"

2008

  • Marlena Herman, Mathematics, "Nspiring Mathematics"
  • Bill Wolff, Writing Arts, "Reconceiving WRT by Introducing Multimodal Video Composition, Oral History, and Educational Outreach"

2007

  • Tom Fusco, Theatre & Dance, "Tablet PC"

2006

  • Robert Newland, Chemistry & Biochemistry, "Instrument Training Using Video Techniques"

2005

  • Harriet Hartman, Sociology, "Sociology On-Line Pro-Seminar"

2004

  • Tom Fusco, Theatre & Dance, "Adding Steaming Video to the Stagecraft Website"