Hannah supports faculty, graduate student, and undergraduate student development through coordinating several programs, including the Elevate Fellows course redesign faculty learning community, graduate student orientations and retreats, and the Academic Peer Mentoring Program (AMP). She also facilitates pedagogical training workshops and retreats, conducts one-on-one observations and consultations, and supports research on the effectiveness of TLTC's programs. In addition to her work at TLTC, she teaches pre-service teacher education courses and supervises student teachers in their internship placement. Hannah is interested in the development and assessment of student-centered instruction in undergraduate courses, particularly peer instruction and collaborative learning groups. Her research examines how undergraduate teaching and learning assistants can work with faculty to support course reform and enhance formative assessment.
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Postdoctoral Associate for Faculty Programs