The Fall 2014 rewirED Faculty Showcase at Columbia University’s Morningside Campus celebrated innovative uses of technology in the classroom and online.
The event featured four faculty innovators who participated in the rewirED series at Morningside Campus.
Brent Stockwell (Biochemistry)
Hiie Saumaa (Literature Humanities)
Christine Pawelski (Health and Behavior Studies at Teacher’s College)
Ted Perlmutter (School of Continuing Education)
Each faculty innovator discusses his/her partnership with CCNMTL, and demonstrates how certain tools and techniques addressed during the rewirED series affected their classroom practices. CCNMTL educational technologist Michael Cennamo hosted the showcase event.
After the faculty presentations, CCNMTL recognized faculty that participated in the series with rewirED Rewards: a certificate, a book by Douglas Rushkoff “Program or Be Programmed“, and a reception that followed the showcase. The event took place on Friday, December 5, 2014 in 203 Butler Library.
The following rewirED participants received a special certificate for attending 4 or more sessions of rewirED: Adrienne Garber, Candice Kail, Christine Pawelski, Dorothy Ferraro, James Gangwisch, Judith Parker, Linda Hickson, Maria Hartman, Megan Fitzgerald, Melinda Zheng, Reyes Llopis-Garcia, Rola Bekdash, Sarah Iribarren, Shenell Evans, Ted Perlmutter, Vanessa Corwin, Yana Miteva, and Yesika Montoya.
CCNMTL would like to thank all of the rewirED participants, the showcase presenters, and everyone who attended the showcase. There was also a rewirED Faculty Showcase at Columbia University’s Medical Campus––stay tuned to see the video of that event as well.