Teaching Fellows 2014-15

New Teaching Fellows 2014-15: Elevator Pitches

In this part of the Showcase, new Teaching Fellows from DIT and ITTDublin were asked to provide an introduction to their projects in no more than three minutes.

You can view the elevator pitch slides here

  • Software SIMS for First Year Students Rodger Faherty
  • Professional Formation of Engineers – Enhancing the First Year Student Experience with Students as Partners Eileen Goold
  • The Use of Social Media in Students Supporting Students – A Comparison of First Year Student Experiences in ITT, ITB, DIT and Benchmarking with the Leading Dutch Technological University Glenn Mehta and Elizabeth Downes
  • The Potential of Mobile Devices for In Class Quizzes and Other Online Resource Based Activities During Theory Class Garry O’Regan
  • Library Peer Assisted Learning Support Network (PALS) Philip Russell, Gerard Ryder and Martha Burton
  •  Acting for Opera Singer Jennifer Hamilton, Conservatory of Music and Drama
  • Students in Action Initiative Teresa Ryan, Ziene Mottiar, Bernadette Quinn, Catherine Gorman, Kevin Griffin, Ruth Craggs and Deirdre Quinn, School of Hospitality Management and Tourism
  •  An Action Plan for Implementing the Principles for Responsible Management Education in College of Business Programme Learning Outcomes Maeve O’Connell, School of Accounting and Finance; Dr Lorraine Sweeney, School of Retail and Services Management
  •  Introducing PBL into Civil and Structural Engineering Niall Holmes and Una Beagon, School of Civil Engineering
  • Exploring technology enhanced instruction and assessment in the advanced physics laboratory Aidan Meade, School of Physics
  • DIT International: Development of an International Study Abroad Ireland Public Health Module Sara Boyd, School of Food Science and Environmental Health
  • TrackEngage: Tracking student engagement in learning resources and its correlation to their performance Catherine Barry-Ryan, School of Food Science and Environmental Health

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