Mar 25, 2016 | Atlanta, GA
Every Spring, CETL hosts Celebrating Teaching Day as a time for faculty and graduate students to gather together to showcase pedagogical research and teaching accomplishments from the past year. This annual event provides an opportunity for instructors from across campus to reflect on practices and strategies that enhance student learning, and to celebrate Georgia Tech educational efforts. The event typically includes a luncheon, a guest speaker, a brief program honoring teaching excellence, and a poster display session where our Teaching Fellows and Teaching Scholars, the Brittain Fellows, and other campus constituents highlight ongoing projects, initiatives and research they have engaged in during the year.
The School of Mathematics was well represented. As many as 22 teachers from Mathematics were recognized as Thank-a-Teacher recepients, out of the 47 from the college.
In addition, the following received recognition:
- Klara Grodzinsky: 2015 Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award
- Zhiwu Lin: 2015 CETL Teaching Scholar
The 2015 Graduate Teaching Fellows were:
- Yoan Delchev (Math) teamed up with Michael Steffens (AE): GoSTEM Graduate Teaching Fellows at Radloff
- Spencer Tolbert (Math) teamed up with Michael Tannenbaum (Physics) -- at Maynard Jackson High School: GTRI Graduate Teaching Fellows
CETL/BP Outstanding TA Award Finalists: