Teaching with Technology proposals selectedPublished Sep 24, 2014
Three proposals in the Teaching Innovation with Technology Competition have been selected for implementation, the competition selection committee announced.
The awarded proposals for implementation are:
Exploration and development tools for visual support of learning and training “Google Glass”
Dr. Konstantinos Kakosimos, Chemical Engineering Program
Flipped classroom and interactive engagement for improved student learning in mathematics
Raelene Dufresne, Science Program
Flipped classroom for MEEN 221
Dr. Bing Guo, Mechanical Engineering Program
The Teaching Innovation with Technology Competition aims to encourage innovative use of technology for improved learning outcomes. This year’s competition builds on the success of last year’s, which supported three Texas A&M at Qatar faculty in development of strong projects for teaching with technology. These efforts have produced new teaching techniques that have enhanced learning, and research results that have been presented and published internationally.
Awardees will receive $1,500 in FRA allocation in FY15 and will work with IT Educational Technology to implement their proposals between 24 September and 4 December. Selection of the winning implementation is tentatively scheduled for 8 December.
The call for proposals for the fall 2014 competition was sent out 31 August 31. Curtis Farmer, Dr. Hazem Nounou and Dr. Reza Tafreshi served as the selection committee.