"Lunch at ITE"

"Lunch at ITE" is a program intended to generate informal discussions of teaching related topics. Faculty are invited to bring their lunch and join a discussion on teaching at the ITE headquarters in CKB G15 (refreshments are provided by ITE).

2017-18 "Lunch at ITE Schedule

The 2017-2018 series will be held on from 12 noon to 1 p.m. in Central King Building Room G15. 

More detailed information with abstracts can be viewed here.

  • Tuesday, February 13:Calculus and Structures: A New Approach to Teaching Calculus, presented by Jay Kappraff

  • Tuesday, February 20: Exploring the Effects of a Writing Center Outreach Program on STEM Students’ Beliefs about Writing, presented by Catherine Siemann and John Wolf

  • Tuesday, February 27: Strategies to Improve Efficiency in Grading Student Work, presented by John Carpinelli

  • Tuesday, March 6: Active Learning, Peer Learning, Studio Learning: Best?, presented by Gordon Thomas

  • Tuesday Marc 20:  Teaching a Computer Engineering Design Laboratory, presented by Edwin Hou
  • Tuesday, March 27: Undergraduate Student Preparedness for Upper-level Design Courses, presented by Matt Bandelt

  • Tuesday April 3: Use of a Partially Flipped Classroom to Facilitate Group Term Projects presented by Matthew Adams
  • Tuesday April 10: Augmenting Teaching and Learning through "Evergreen" High Quality On-line Tutorials, presented by John Cays and Andrzej Zarzycki
  • Tuesday April 17: RWC a new vision for increasing adolescents' interest in STEM, presented by Osama Eljabiri
  • Tuesday April 24: My own experience teaching at NJIT, presented by Dimitri Theodoratos