Pedagogy Quickfire

Temporarily suspended due to Covid-19

Pedagogy Quickfire is an event where faculty (full- and part-time) use short-form presentations to discuss their teaching strategies and experiences. Our goal is to create a social setting to share examples, stories, and learning moments as teachers, scholars, and artists.

Past Events 

Pedagogy Quickfire: CCCX: 200 Edition 
Thursday, November 14, 2019
4- 6 p.m.
Haus, 623 S. Wabash

Presentations

Dana Connell (Fashion Studies) & Peg Murphy (Communication), CCCX300 course- Innovation and Impact

Gabriela Diaz de Sabates (Humanities, History, and Social Sciences), CCCX200 course- Unsung Heroines

Lauren Peters (Fashion Studies), CCCX200 course- Fashion Ethics and Aesthetics 

Visda Goudarzi (Audio Arts and Accoustics), CCCX200 course- Listening to the City

Richard King (Humanities, History, and Social Sciences), CX200 course- Unsettling Chicago 

Pedagogy Quickfire: Big Chicago Edition
Thursday, November 15, 2018
5- 7 p.m.
Haus, 623 S. Wabash

Presentations

Diana Gorman Jamrozik (American Sign Language), Big Chicago course-  Did You Just Flip Me Off??? Deaf People and Linguistic Diversity in Chicago

Rocky Monroe (Dance), Big Chicago course-  Big Chicago:  Dance, Sex and Popular Culture

Jim DeRogatis (English and Creative Writing), Big Chicago course-  Music & Media in Chicago

Greg Foster-Rice (Photography), Big Chicago course-  Made in Chicago:  The City of Art and Design

Alton Miller (Communication), Big Chicago course- 50 Years of Civil Rights in Chicago

Joan Giroux (Art and Art History) and René King (Design), Big Chicago course-  Chicago:  Design of Cities and Social Justice, presenting on community collaboration in their InArch:  Civic Engagement Studio course

Pedagogy Quickfire 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
5-7 p.m.
Haus, 623 S. Wabash

Presentations

Matt Cunningham (Communication)

Fernando Jones (Music)

Susan Padveen (Theatre)

Brendan Riley (English & Creative Writing)

Robin L. Whatley (Science & Mathematics) and Christopher D. Arnold (Design)

Resources for Creating a Short-form Presentation

Presentations at this event follow a format of having 20 slides, each automatically advancing after 20 seconds. Because of the relatively fast progression, slides focus more on images and short phrases rather than lengthy alphabetic text.

Overview and Presentation Tips

Creating a Presentation

Creating Presentations using PowerPoint

 

 


 

 

 

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