Effectiveness in Teaching and Other Assignments
Narrative and Documentation on Demonstrated Ability to Teach Effectively and/or Perform Effectively in Other Current Assignments
EFFECTIVENESS IN TEACHING
A Summary of Courses, Ratings and Student Feedback
Sample Course Documents
Syllabus, Assignment Handouts and Course Overview Presentation
COVID-19: Implementation of Innovations
VoiceThread is one of several tools I use in remote teaching. Another is Flipgrid, an example of which is found on the Students page. These VoiceThreads are offered as examples of how I’ve engaged students in remote asynchronous learning. It is not my expectation that you will watch them in full; I invite you to scroll through and get a flavor of the work.
Qualitative Data from Student Evaluations
“Dr. Libby was available, honest and open. I really enjoy her quirky humor and that she is a human and not afraid to show it.”
(I will forever treasure the feedback that my class was “not unbearable.”)
My sabbatical time in Shillong, Meghalaya, India (Oct-Nov 2019) was extraordinary. At Martin Luther Christian University, along with teaching in two departments, I consulted extensively with the Psychology Department faculty on their undergraduate degree in psychology and graduate degree in counseling. See the Scholarship page for additional work in Shillong.
Below is the slide deck from the Psychology Dept classes I taught.
left: with MLCU administrator and Psychology Dept chair, faculty and graduate assistants; middle, Social Work students; right, teaching Social Work students