Open Classroom Week gives instructors the opportunity to observe what others are doing in their classrooms and engage in conversations about teaching with their colleagues. A number of instructors will open their classroom doors to allow their colleagues to watch them teach and observe their approaches to different classroom settings, teaching practices, technology applications and learning experiences.
PHYS 371 – Introduction to Energy
Location: TI Forum
Instructor: Jason Donev
Course description: Energy and power will be discussed. Sources of energy such as wind power, solar power, nuclear power, geothermal energy and fossil fuels and related limitations will be considered. Generation and distribution of electricity will be discussed. This course may not be repeated for credit.
Observers can expect to see teaching strategies including: Inquiry based learning, Active learning/interactive lecture, Technology integration, Large classes and Teaching in the Taylor Institute
Are observers allowed to engage and participate in class?
How can observers follow up if they have questions or would like more information?
- Observers can speak to the instructor after class(es) they observe
Are there any observer expectations?
- Please stay the entire class
Any additional information?
- Instructor will be talking about climate change and energy issues. Issues about slavery, race and gender come up as well.