2016 HES-ACTIVE LEARNING: STRATEGIES FOR STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

Congratulations to 2016 High Engagement Strategies Badge Winners -Active Learning:  Kelly Anderson, Bruce Benz, Joe Brown, Helena Bussell, Chitra Chandrasekaran, Stacia Campbell, Gladys Childs, Mary Anne Clark, Aldo Cruz, Stacy Dissinger, Carol Johnson-Gerendas, Mark Hanshaw, Allen Henderson, Kendra Irons, Beth Jackson, Terri Kane, Laura Kunkel, Chris Ohan, Chris Parker, Sharon Peters, Karen Potter, Ryan Rich, Ricardo Rodriguez, Lori Silvestro, Robert Thiebaud, and Kimberly Webb.

2016 LMS – ASSESSMENT BADGE WINNERs

Congratulations to Laura Kunkel, Sharon Peters, Shengxiong Wu, and Sinan Yildirim for winning the 2016 Learning Management System Badge – Assessment!

2016 CD BADGE WINNER – STRATEGIES

Congratulations to Russ Bartee, Terrence Neumann, and Sharon Peters for winning the 2016 Course Design Badge – Strategies!

2016 HES BADGE WINNERS – ACTIVE LEARNING

Congratulations to the 2016 High Engagement Strategies Badge Winners – Chitra Chandraseka, Mary Anne Clark, Benjamin Miller, Ryan Rich, Sharon Peters, and Eddy Lynton!

2016 MC BADGE – WHITEBOARD CAPTURE

Congratulations to Sharon Peters for winning  the 2016 Media Creation Badge – Whiteboard Capture!

2016 HES INQUIRY BADGE WINNER

Congratulations to Sharon Peters for winning  the 2016 HES – Inquiry Badge!

2016 MC BADGES – LECTURE CAPTURE

Congratulations to the 2016 Media Creation Badge Winners – Lecture Capture: Chitra Chandrasekaran, Terrence Neumann, Sharon Peters and Carl Wade Thompson.

2015 COURSE DESIGN BADGE WINNERS – INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

Congratulations to the 2015 Course Design Badge Winner – Instructional Strategies: Alison Simons, Sarah Roche, Sharon Peters.

2015 SOCIAL MEDIA BADGE WINNERS – MICROBLOGGING

Congratulations to the 2015 Social Media Badge Winner – Microblogging: Sharon Peters.

2015 LMS BADGE WINNERS – ASSESSMENT

Congratulations to the 2015 Learning Management System Badge Winners – Assessment: Sharon Peters and Christopher Manno.

About the CETL

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Texas Wesleyan University (CETL) promotes a student-centered university by providing resources and professional growth opportunities to faculty on enhancing instructional practice, integrating technology, and promoting essential student skills.

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