First-year students are often enrolled in survey and introductory courses that offer limited interactions with full-time faculty. In this episode, Mya Brown and Ajsa Mehmedovic join us to discuss a model in which students have the opportunity to explore interesting and complex issues in a more intimate setting in their very first semester.
Mya is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at SUNY Oswego who developed the Blackish Mirror first-year seminar course. Ajsa was one of Mya’s students in this class.
A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.
Teaching About Race
Social Presence in Online Courses
Barriers to Active Learning
Self-Learning vs. Online Instruction
Courses with travel
Concourse Syllabus Platform
Asbury University Podcasts
Learn Orthopaedics : Podcast
The Antarctic Report Podcast
Learning Greek Podcasts from the Hellenic American Union
Entrepreneur Stories 4⃣ Inspiration
Code and preview