Dr. Daniela Friedman to Share Award-Winning Teaching Techniques at Center for Teaching Excellence Seminar
Dr. Daniela Friedman, the 2011 Arnold School of Public Health Teacher of the Year Award recipient and Science and Health Communication Research Group member, will lead a teaching seminar that is designed to help faculty successfully move from the physical classroom to the virtual classroom. Sponsored by the University of South Carolina’s Center for Teaching Excellence, the seminar will give participants insights, experience and tips on moving the college classroom online while maintaining a high level of student engagement and interactivity.
This event will take place on Monday, Feb. 27, 2012 from 2:30 to 3:20 p.m. in USC’s Thomas Cooper Library and is free and open to faculty, students and the general public. For more information and to pre-register, please visit: http://cte.sc.edu/S12/Moving/.
Dr. Daniela B. Friedman, an assistant professor in the Department of Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior in the Arnold School of Public Health, received the distinguished James A. Keith Excellence in Teaching Award during the 2011 doctoral hooding ceremony. Friedman describes her teaching philosophy as a combination of “relevance, application and interactivity.” Dean Tom Chandler, who presented the award, commented that Friedman “brings current events into the classroom and fully engages all students to recognize how the material impacts their health and well-being.”