A self-proclaimed instructional and ed tech enthusiast, Caroline thrives off collaborative work, as she partners with faculty and TAs to assist them with course design, identify the best uses for technology in instruction, and provide support in implementing education technology in class – largely to help faculty and TAs looking to engage students with their learning. With more instructors wanting to incorporate technology in their teaching, she finds the challenge exciting. She is constantly on the hunt for inspiration among my colleagues, higher ed blogs, and chat rooms.
Teaching philosophy/statement: My intention is to work collaboratively with faculty and graduate instructors to help increase the effectiveness of their pedagogy. I leverage my comfort with educational technology to create intentional space for my educators to practice their teaching. My hope is to be able to engage each learner as a scientist (as learning is a science) in their quest to grow and discover resources at their fingertips. I am proud to be at UCLA, an institution that has cultivated many curious thinkers and encourages open inquiry and learning.
Ask me about: All things instructional and educational technology (in-class polling tools, Calendly, Google Suite, etc) in the classrooms, Bruin Learn.