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CELT Videos: Teaching Tips

As a result of a faculty learning community (sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences) that explored the opportunities and challenges of teaching large-enrollment classes, the following videos offer tips and reflections from faculty experiences and research. Click on the thumbnails or names to expand the playable videos, or view them on CELT's YouTube channel.

thumbnail of michelle sizemoreMichelle Sizemore, Assistant Professor of English, discusses engaging students through active learning techniques. 

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thumbnail of bill rayensBill Rayens, Professor of Statistics, shares how he has created a student-centered learning environment in a technology-enhanced classroom.

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thumbnail of jonathan goldingJonathan Golding, Professor of Psychology, explains how he creates a sense of community in large classes using social media.

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thumbnail of kim woodrumKim Woodrum, Senior Lecturer of Chemistry, discusses how she facilitates group work in a large lecture course.

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thumbnail of renee bonzaniRenee Bonzani, Lecturer of Anthropology, provides tips on grading efficiently in large lecture courses.

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thumbnail of april frenchApril French, Senior Academic Coordinator of Chemistry, shares how she has addressed issues of consistency and fairness across more than 50 sections of general chemistry.

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thumbnail of kristen plattKristen Platt, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, shares insights she gained after her first year teaching large courses around issues of workflow and managerial tasks.

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thumbnail of melanie goanMelanie Goan, Assistant Professor of History, shares how her teaching has evolved in her large lecture courses.

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thumbnail of jennifer lovelyJennifer Lovely, Lecturer in the First-Year Engineering Program, discusses how she has incorporated technology into the classroom in a way that enhances student engagement and learning.

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thumbnail of jennifer lovelyDarshak Patel, Director of Undergraduate Studies/Lecturer in Economics, shares how he creates a classroom atmosphere centered on trust and personal connection.

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Teaching Tips from University of Kentucky Faculty