Professor Elizabeth Augspach (Spanish and Portuguese) conceived of ¡Cómete el coco!, a mobile game that would provide her Intermediate Spanish students with fun, engaging ways to practice grammar topics.
Professor Richard Cole (Courant-Computer Science) developed instructional videos for his CSCI UA-0310 Basic Algorithms class, which introduces future computer scientists to the process of designing efficient and adaptable algorithms.
Professor Daniel Turner (Chemistry) conceived of a simulation that would provide his students of Quantum Mechanics with opportunities to visualize subatomic objects and their behavior in an interactive environment.
Professors of Italian Language (Italian Studies) developed a shared multimedia assessment bank to gauge students’ comprehension, listening, and writing skills.
Professor Naoko Sourial (East Asian Studies) designed a cross-institutional linked course project between University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) students (intermediate level) and NYU students (beginner level) of Japanese.
Professor Andre Adler (Physics) uses various online interactive platforms to engage his 350+ General Physics classes. Students engage in active problem solving before, during and after lecture.
Professor Aline Baehler (French) leverages web publishing tools for intermediate-advanced learners of French to use language skills in a realistic, experiential way.
Professor Ben Stewart (Expository Writing Program) uses Google Forms as a formative assessment tool in his Writing the Essay course.
Professor Allen Mincer (Physics) flipped CORE-Quarks to Cosmos, a large lecture course for non-science majors. He developed original content to replace the use of two required textbooks and promoted active learning activities in class.
Professor Marc Lieberman (Economics) flipped the recitation sections of his large lecture course, Introduction to Microeconomics, and eliminated the need for students to purchase a textbook and platform license.