To receive an Excellent rating, a faculty member should demonstrate presentations and publications on innovations in course content and teaching methodology.
My interests in pedagogy relate to two themes: 1) to transform the classroom and the experience of higher education based on innovation culture and the new paradigm of the gift economy (topics I blog about at The Burning Mind Project), and 2) how to use service learning as a mechanism to enhance the quality of instruction.
Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N. M., 2013: Bringing the 10 Principles to the Classroom. Burning Man Project Headquarters, San Francisco CA, March 6. More information available at: http://www.burningmanproject.org/2013/02/free-workshop-bringing-the-ten-principles-to-the-classroom#.USj2XqUsnng.
Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N. M., 2013: Less Work, Better Learning, More Fun! Effective Strategies for Teaching Without Grades. JMU Center for Faculty Innovation, Harrisonburg VA, May 6.
Radziwill, N. M. & Simmons, R. A., 2012: Quality Without Borders – Service Learning for Young Quality Professionals. ASQ World Conference for Quality and Improvement (WCQI), Anaheim, CA, May 23.
Simmons, R. A. & Radziwill, N. M., 2012: Quality Showcase – Celebrating the Work of Young Quality Professionals. ASQ World Conference for Quality and Improvement (WCQI), Anaheim, CA, May 23.
Benton, M. C. & Radziwill, N. M. 2011: Using the Agile Organizing Framework to Create Adaptive Learning Environments for Technology Development. CISAT Faculty Research Day, October.