• Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2012
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2012
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2012
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2011
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2011
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2011
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2011
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2011
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2010
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2010
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2010
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2010
  • Howard University Green Teacher Ceremony Spring 2010
     

Guest Lecture Series

Green Teaching

John Tharakan, Ph.D


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In this age of dwindling natural resources, being a "green" teacher has assumed a new and positive meaning. As Engineering Professor John Tharakan explains in this video, universities need more green teachers in order to protect the environment and sustain life on this planet. CitingĀ American University's "Green Teaching" Program, Dr. Tharakan explains how green teaching practices reduce paper use, save energy, and reduce emissions. He, then, describes other green measures faculty can take, including applying forĀ CETLA's Green Teaching Certificate, which is modeled after American University's.

 

BB17 Teaching Green

BB01 Building Blackboard Courses

BB04 Collecting Assignments

BB06 Creating Tests and Surveys

BB12 Administering Course Evaluations via Blackboard

GG01 Integrating Google Applications

WC13 Marking Papers Electronically

IL05 Adopting e-Texts for Courses

BB21 Creating and Managing Portfolios

CA10 Collecting Assessment Data in Survey Monkey