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End of Quarter Remote Learning Survey

May 28, 2020

Undergraduate students – with our first-ever quarter as a remote university coming to an end, we want to learn from your experiences. Did a professor do something in your class that really made remote learning work well for you? Were you able to access counseling and accommodations services? Did remote learning affect your sense of connection to UC Davis? Please tell us through the End of Quarter Remote Learning Survey!

Fully-online coffee course launched in winter quarter 2019

October 09, 2019

From its roots in Africa to its position as the world’s favorite drink, the story of coffee is rich in history and mythology; it is also a great lesson in biology and ecology, of global climate change, politics, organic and sustainable agriculture, development, trade, and societal impacts. 

Project-Based Learning in the Social Sciences: Reflecting on Problems, Promise, and Pedagogical Content Knowledge - August 2019

August 01, 2019

By: Joe Anistranski, Assistant Professor of Teaching in the Department of Human Ecology 

In my first two quarters teaching at UC Davis I was assigned four separate courses, including our three-course lifespan development series (HDE 100A, HDE 100B, HDE100C, HDE 141). These courses served more than 800 students, total. As daunting as that task was, designing and implementing these courses provided a prime opportunity to implement and test evidence-based classroom practices.

Building Faculty Communities of Practice Online

July 09, 2019
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer Choi and Dr. Miriam Martin Faculty Development 2.0: Building Communities of Practice Online

Faculty members, Jennifer Choi, Biomedical Engineering, and Miriam Martin, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, have partnered with the Center for Educational Effectiveness to facilitate a hybrid learning community for UC Davis and community college faculty. Choi and Martin serve as facilitators