Lucky Number 7 for Learning Matters and the TLC

Five of the seven Learning Matters contributors at the Learning Matters reception on April 26, 2017 (Left to right: Jairo McMican, Cindy Hardin, Mark Hand, Lea Bingham, and Scott Stauble)

Five of the seven Learning Matters contributors at the Learning Matters reception on April 26, 2017
(Left to right: Jairo McMican, Cindy Hardin, Mark Hand, Lea Bingham, and Scott Stauble)

The Teaching-Learning Center (TLC) has proudly published seven college faculty in its seventh volume of Learning Matters. Please join the TLC advisory committee in congratulating the contributors on their articles:

  • “Reflecting on Transfer” by Lea Bingham
  • “From PowerPoints to Video Lectures: Increasing Student-Instructor Interaction in Online Courses” by Daysha Lawrence
  • “Assessing Program Learning Outcomes: The Struggle to Measure Gains in Student Learning” by Scott Stauble
  • “Building Bridges of Color in a Learning Environment” by Jairo McMican
  • “Simulation Use in Interprofessional Education” by Cindy Hardin
  • “Teaching Critical Thinking and Decision Making Skills to Nursing Students in the Classroom: High Fidelity Patient Simulation” by Mark C. Hand
  • “Vision for Effective Leadership” by Marye Vance

The TLC hosted a reception on Wednesday, April 26 to recognize the contributors and distribute copies of Learning Matters. All full-time and part-time faculty will receive a copy of the journal in their campus mail boxes before the end of the semester. If anyone else would like to request a copy, please contact Gabby McCutchen at mccutcheng@durhamtech.edu or Lance Lee at leej@durhamtech.edu.