Teaching & Learning Innovation's November 2022 Newsletter
Teaching & Learning Innovation's November 2022 Newsletter
Teaching & Learning Innovation
Faculty VOLume Newsletter

November 2022

November Faculty Spotlight 

November 2022 Faculty Spotlight:
Dr. Anne Ho
Dr. Anne Ho, Senior Mathematics Lecturer and educational researcher at the University of Tennessee, has built her philosophy of teaching on the foundations of lifelong learning and a passion for interdisciplinary scholarship. Read her bio below to learn about all the ways she is re-shaping the math classoom, as well as the teaching and learning book she loves at the link below. 
Read More about Dr. Ho

November Graduate Student Spotlight

November 2022 Graduate Student Spotlight: Kristel Scoresby
For this 4th year Ph.D. student in the School of Social Work, Kristel Scoresby strives to create equitable and accessible learning spaces in the classroom that allow all her students to make the most of their education. Read more about how our CIRTL F.U.E.L program helped her learn the best practices and evidence-based learning approaches she used to create this kind of learning space.  
Read More about Kristel Scoresby
News & Udates
Submissions Now Open!
2023 Annual Innovative Teaching & Learning Conference

We are now accepting proposals for our 2023 Innovative Teaching & Learning conference: "Reframing Post Secondary Education Through Innovative Teaching and Learning".  

We have created a webpage with more information about the proposal process, conference tracks, proposal format options, and more.

The deadline to submit a conference proposal is Friday, December 16th, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. We look forward to seeing all of you at this year’s conference which will be held virtually on Thursday, March 23, 2023.
Learn More About Our Proposal Process

Faculty Spotlight Program

Each month, we feature a faculty spotlight, highlighting the achievements of a UT faculty member. Use the form below to nominate a faculty member to be featured in the coming semester.  

Nominate a Faculty Member

Graduate Student Spotlight Program

Each month, we also feature a graduate student spotlight, highlighting the achievements of a UT graduate student. Use the form below to nominate a graduate student to be featured in the coming semester.
Nominate a Graduate Student
TLI's new Faculty Leader for Inclusive Teaching, Dr. Susan Groenke (left) and TLI's new Marketing and Communications Specialst Gwyneth Doppelt (right)

Welcome, Cecile! New TLI Grad Student Assistant

TLI is excited to announce and welcome their new Graduate Student Assistant, Cecile Grubb, to the TLI team. 
Through her provided support to faculty participating in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) program, Grubb works alongside TLI's SoTL program directors in project planning, assisting with preparation of IRB applications, and collecting and analyzing data for ongoing SoTL projects. 
You can learn more about Cecile and the rest of our dedicated team at TLI by clicking the link below.
Learn More About Our Team

Announcing our Mini-Term Curriculum Refresh Collaborative Participants

We are excited to welcome faculty from Agricultural Leadership Education and Communication, Business Analytics, Engineering Fundamentals, English, Geography, and Nutrition to TLI’s first Curriculum Refresh Collaborative Program. Supported by a TLI coach and a faculty coach, these 6 faculty teams from across the university will work together to refresh an aspect of their curriculum during the 2023 Winter Mini-term
Click Here to Learn More
News & Udates
TLI is offering one last workshop this semester! For more information, visit our Fall 2022 Workshops & Programs webpage.

Building Students' Global Competence in the Classroom

Thursday, November 17th 2:00-3:45 pm in the International House Great Room (INH 100.)
This insightful workshop will be in partnership with the Center for Global Engagement’s International Education week. Click here for more details.

Get Ahead of the Spring Semester!

Enroll in a TLI Asyncrhonous Certificate Program

TLI currently offers faculty and graduate students five asynchronous certificate programs that allow you to pursue beneficial, in-depth learning experiences and professional development.
Enroll in one of TLI's Asynchronous Certificate Programs Today

5 Classroom Reflection Activites that are Perfect for the End of the Semester

In this one pager, you will find a wide variety of reflection activities that will leave your students feeling accomplished and ready to take on the spring semester. 
Read More Here

Don't Forget...TLI is Here to Help!

TLI's Service Request Program (formerly TLI's Consultation Program) is here to help you meet your teaching and learning needs. We offer several services for both individual instructors, as well as departments and colleges, including: 
  • Classroom Observations
  • Course Design
  • Document & Material Review
  • Mid-Course Feedback
  • End of Course Evaluation
  • Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Support
Learn More About Our Service Request Program
This will be our last Faculty VOLume newsletter for the Fall 2022 semester. Thank you for your hard work and dedication this semester. TLI wishes everyone a happy and safe holiday season!
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815 Volunteer Blvd.
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