SFU Excellence in Teaching Award winner Andrew Gemino on sharing with studentsMar 28, 2011
Good instructors recognize that sometimes simply knowing the content is not enough. You also need to understand how to effectively share your knowledge with your students. For Andrew Gemino, one of this year’s three Excellence in Teaching Award recipients, being a good teacher is about, “creating an environment where students want to learn and have fun learning.” He makes a point of engaging his students by adopting a friendly attitude, breaking the ice with ‘fireside chats’, using examples that students relate to, and trying to bring something new to every class.
Read the full article and watch the video at SFU Teaching and Learning News, here.