2010 Summer Faculty Institute

Thanks to over 40 proposals received, five themes have been identified.


Week-long registration represents the best value. For a graphical overview of the week-long program, enlarge the image shown at right. Events are free but registration is required. Registration is online. Those who select the week-long registration will be signed up to participate in the following:

  • Keynote (Tuesday morning): Design thinking as a learning process
  • Faculty Workshop (Tuesday morning): Design thinking as a learning process
  • Breakfast and lunch each day (Tuesday through Thursday)
  • Track 1 (Tuesday afternoon): Global connections in the classroom
  • Track 3 (Wednesday): Effective instruction online
  • Track 4 (Thursday): Engaging assignments and presentations
  • Selected presentations from Track 2: Real Educational Experiences in Virtual Worlds
  • Technology Fair (Friday)
  • Featured speakers each day (Reinhold Steinbeck from Stanford, Bryan Carter from University of Central Missouri, and UD's Alan Fox)

Alternatively, faculty members can select among the individual sessions or tracks listed below that are of interest to them.

Wordle analysis of all session titles, as submitted by faculty

About the Institute: Since 1996, the Summer Faculty Institute has offered opportunities to explore the connections among teaching, learning, and technology at the University of Delaware. The 2010 Summer Faculty Institute (June 1-4) offers a week-long, hands-on curriculum. Faculty are encouraged to also attend the Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education (June 7-9, 2010).

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