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Laker Learning

Laker Learning

By Jason Guthrie
Faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences at Clayton State University share their creative teaching strategies.
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00:45
October 25, 2021
Susan McFarlane-Alvarez
Dr. Susan McFarlane-Alvarez is a Full Professor of Communication and Media Studies in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. Suzy shares about using experiential learning and community engagement strategies in her Intro to Public Relations course.
12:42
October 25, 2021
Patricia Smith
Dr. Patricia Smith is a Full Professor of English and English Education and the Director of the Masters of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS). Dr. Smith shares about applying the flipped classroom model to Theory and Research in Reading Instruction.
13:04
October 25, 2021
Virginia Bonner
Dr. Virginia Bonner is a Full Professor of Film Studies in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. Virginia shares about pedagogical strategies she has used to de-center whiteness and her History of Cinema class.
16:23
October 01, 2021
Michael Sitvarin
Dr. Michael Sitvarin is an Assistant Professor of Biology in the Department of Biology.  Michael shares about adapting the lab content for Principles of Biology for teaching during a global pandemic.
11:21
September 10, 2021
Rosario Vickery
Dr. Rosario Vickery is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Humanities.  Rosario shares about her experience using VoiceThread in an advanced Spanish children's literature course. 
07:02
September 09, 2021
Christie Burton
Dr. Christie Burton is a Full Professor of Technology Management.  Christie shares about her experience using flipgrid in Ethics, Technology, and Culture, a graduate-level course in our Masters of Arts in Liberal Studies program.
13:11
September 03, 2021
Josh Meddaugh
Dr. Josh Meddaugh is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Department of Social Sciences.  Josh shares about how his team revamped Intro to American Government to produce better student outcomes and provide a fully immersive online experience.
09:17
September 03, 2021
Sean Vogt
Dr. Sean Vogt is an Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts.  Sean shares about his virtual video choir project that was produced in conjunction with Georgia Tech and Spelman College. You can view a video of the project at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UiWzSVPLOg
11:55
September 03, 2021
Antoinette Miller
Dr. Antoinette Miller is a Full Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Psychology Department.  Antoinette shares about her strategies for engaging students in Intro to Psychology and her experience training faculty colleagues in the Quality Matters rubric for online learning.
18:05
September 03, 2021
Trailer
You're listening to Laker Learning.  I'm your host, Dr. Jason Lee Guthrie. On this podcast you'll hear from my colleagues in the College of Arts and Sciences at Clayton State University. They'lll be sharing their creative teaching strategies to inform and inspire your own classroom practice.
00:36
August 26, 2021