Read the accompanying guidelines carefully, then: submit/edit your abstract.
Closing date for abstract submission is Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 11:55 PM .
USU has many, many highly accomplished educators. The Faculty Senate Education Committee will look beyond the basic qualities of a good educator, to reward those teachers who have a great impact on the education of our students through the use of innovative materials and/or methods.
The top six finalists whose abstracts are pre-selected by the Education Day planning committee will make 10 minute presentations of their Innovative Teaching Method Abstract to all Education Day participants.
There will be two awards presented this year:
Judge's Selection: The top abstract selected by a committee of Departmental Deans and previous Innovation Teaching winners.
Popular Selection: The top abstract selected by all attendees at this year's Education Day. This will be accomplished using TurningPoint polling devices.
Please Note: These are not lifetime achievement awards for outstanding teaching; instead, these awards are meant to honor USU educators for their development of innovative teaching method(s) or their innovative use of existing teaching method(s).
Requirements and Procedures:
1. Any USU faculty member may submit a brief abstract of approximately 500 words before 12 midnight, Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 11:55 PM.
2. As you write your abstract, please keep in mind that the selection committee will be evaluating your innovation with these criteria in mind:
3. Using the aforementioned criteria for evaluation, the Faculty Senate Education committee will narrow the submission pool to six finalists. These finalists will be notified by May 8, 2015.
4. During the Education Day program, selected candidates will give 10 minute presentations of their projects to all Education Day participants. Subject
to the availability of funds, the Judge's and Popular selection winners may be eligible for a small educational grant to further advance their innovation.
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