Teaching and Learning Exchange
The goal of the University of Pittsburgh’s Teaching and Learning Exchange is to develop a community of scholars who are interested in undertaking systematic investigation of student learning in their classrooms and sharing the outcomes with others. Colleagues in virtually every discipline are striving to make pedagogical decisions based on a deep understanding of best practices. Through an inclusive community of support and collaboration, faculty can invest the intellectual power of their research skills to enhance student learning and performance and share their findings with Pitt and the world.
Who is part of the Teaching and Learning Exchange?
The Teaching and Learning Exchange is composed of various educational leaders from across the University of Pittsburgh. Currently, membership includes:
- Cynthia Golden, Director of The University Center Teaching and Learning
- Mary Besterfield-Sacre, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
- Chandralekha Singh, Professor of Physics and Director of dB-SERC
- Susan M. Meyer, Co-director, Pitt Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, Associate Dean for Education, Professor, Pharmacy and Therapeutics
- Charles A. Perfetti, Director and Senior Scientist, Learning Research and Development Center
- Kristen N. Asplin, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Pitt Greensburg
- Marie K. Norman, Director, Innovative Design for Education and Assessment
- Janice Dorman, Professor, Health Promotion and Development
- John M. O’Donnell, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Nurse Anesthesia
- Joe Horne, Director, Teaching Commons, The University Center for Teaching and Learning
Upcoming Events: Pitt Conference on Teaching and Learning
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