Through the Lens of Experience: Using Video to Help Young Professionals Develop
Dr. Lee Shumow
Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations Presidential Teaching Professor
Video provides a unique opportunity for creating shared experiences for students to reflect upon and discuss in the classroom. During this seminar, Dr. Shumow will discuss why and how she uses video to foster student understanding in her courses. She will introduce her teaching video projects, show several clips from them, and invite the audience to respond.
Professor Lee Shumow teaches adolescent development and classroom management courses for preservice teachers who plan to teach middle and high school. Dr. Shumow also teaches practicing educators about working with families and communities and has mentored numerous doctoral students in the educational psychology program. Prior to teaching at the college level, Professor Shumow taught in public schools and in a demonstration classroom at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Shumow received NIU’s Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award in 2005 and the Presidential Teaching Professor Award in 2007.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Heritage Room, Holmes Student Center
11:30 am—12:00 pm,
12:00 pm—1:00 pm,
Presentation and Q&A
No registration is required—Everyone is welcome!
Office of the Provost
Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center