Note: Faculty titles refer to titles in effect at the time of serving as Teaching and Technologies Fellows or Mobile Learning Fellows.
Department Head, Psychology, Sociology and Social Work and Associate Professor of Psychology
The Teaching and Technologies Fellows program, formerly the Mobile Learning Fellows Program, encourages faculty to explore methods of engaging students and increasing active student involvement using emerging technologies and pedagogies. Faculty interested in becoming a WSCC Teaching and Technologies Fellow submit a Teaching and Technologies Fellows Proposal (opens in a new window). The proposals are evaluated using the Criteria for Analysis for Proposals (opens in a new window) by members of the Academic Mobile Learning Subcommittee. Two exemplary proposals are selected each year. After the proposals are selected, the Teaching and Technologies Fellows carry out the plan indicated in their proposal during the following academic year. The Academic Mobile Learning Subcommittee proudly congratulates the faculty selected for the Fellows program.
In addition to a stipend to reward their work, the Teaching and Technologies Fellows are supported as they present the results of their work at conferences, conduct workshops, travel to other campuses, and serve as a resource to WSCC faculty interested in the pedagogy of teaching and learning technologies. A total of up to $500.00 from all sources has been budgeted to support the current Teaching and Technologies Fellows during the academic year of their fellowship.
Teaching and Technologies Fellows should document the classroom activities and learning with pictures and videos that are examples of the pilot project. A good standard practice is to have all students in classes who will utilize the pilot project complete the Apple Model Release Form and the WSCC Talent Release Form. Administer to students and send signed forms to Vickie Mills, Instructional Design Department.
Department Head, Agriculture and Assistant Professor of Agriculture - Production Horticulture
Coordinator of Reading and Writing and Assistant Professor of Developmental Reading and Writing