Archive for Kyle Chambers

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Martin Lang: I’m a Gustie and This is How I Teach

Martin Lang Associate Professor in Communication Studies, Program Director in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, and Associate Professor in Film and Media Studies What classes do you regularly teach? Media and Society, Public Discourse, Communication and Gender, Media/Culture/Power, Video Representation What’s the best advice about teaching you’ve ever received? Manage expectations. It has been an enormous help to […]

Rebecca Fremo: I’m a Gustie and This is How I Teach

Rebecca Fremo   Associate Professor in English (Edgar M. Carlson Award Winner)   What classes do you regularly teach? FTS: Why Multi Matters or Stories, Selves and Communities ENG 212: Academic Writing ENG 256: Writing Creative Nonfiction ENG 247: Teaching Writing ENG 237: Adolescent Literature and Literacy What’s the best advice about teaching you’ve ever received? “Try […]

Pamela Kittelson: I’m a Gustie and This is How I Teach

Pamela Kittelson  Professor in Biology and Environmental Studies   What classes do you regularly teach? Principles of Biology (Bio101), Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (Bio202), Plant Physiology and Ecology. What’s the best advice about teaching you’ve ever received? They are inter-related: less is more, and focus on quality rather than quantity. The classes I teach are information-rich, and the […]

This is How Gusties Teach

The Society for the Teaching of Psychology maintains an interesting blog that seeks to make how faculty members teach more visible with the rationale that “teaching shouldn’t be a private activity, but often it turns out that way. We don’t get to see inside each others’ classrooms, even though we’d probably benefit if only we could!” […]