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Center for Teaching and Learning launches faculty fellows program

Genetics scientists were featured in the Columns:

The Center for Teaching and Learning held a kickoff event in December for its new CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching program. The event included remarks from Laura Jolly, vice president for instruction, and CTL director Eddie Watson, who welcomed Peter Doolittle, assistant provost for teaching and learning at Virginia Tech, as the featured speaker. Doolittle is best known for his viral TED Talk regarding working memory, but his recent research focused on flipping the classroom.

A flipped classroom is a pedagogical strategy in which students review concepts outside the classroom and instructors help reinforce the subject through activities in class.


View the complete article by Tracy Giese in the January 12, 2015 Columns.


Professor, Ph.D. (1993) Duke University
Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor of Genetics, Ph.D. (1995) Duke University

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