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September Teaching Visit Opportunity

Posted by on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 in Events.

The Teaching Visits program is an important way by which the CFT promotes collaborative inquiry and reflection, providing case-based opportunities for Vanderbilt teachers to consider choices they have when constructing their classes. A small group of visitors observes a host’s class on a selected day and then engages in an hour of conversation with the instructor about the strategies used in class.

Cynthia Paschal Cynthia Paschal
Associate Dean of the School of Engineering, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and Associate Professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences

BME 3100: Systems Physiology

In BME 3100: Systems Physiology, a required class for biomedical engineering, students learn about the major body systems as engineering systems with feedback control and physical principles.  Cynthia will use interactive lecture, discussion, and demonstrations as part of her teaching.  In the post-class discussion we will have a chance to discuss a variety of pedagogies that she uses in these and other teaching, particularly interactive lectures, international study, and best practices for supporting student professional development.

Date: Thursday, September 17th
Time: 9:35-11:50am (Class, 9:35-10:50am, Discussion, 10:50-11:50am)
Location: Stevenson 5306
Facilitator: Cynthia Brame, CFT Assistant Director


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