Silvia Martins, an Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology in the Mailman School of Public Health, was looking to meet a teaching challenge she found in her Intro to Epidemiology course when she reached out to the CTL.
In this video that I shot, edited and provided motion graphics for, we get a chance to hear from Silvia and her team of TAs about their work to improve teaching and learning.
This video, detailing the process of a course redesign, was of part of an article that I wrote which was featured in Faculty Focus .
Additional filming by Michael DeLeon
Using a Flipped Classroom Approach and Just-in-Time Teaching to Engage Students
This webinar is part of a monthly series that is streamed and accessed by public healthcare professionals across the country. It serves to education about a variety public health topics and is archived in a learning management system that can be accessed for professional development as part of a learning module.
Additional credit: Michael DeLeon and Jose Diaz
Structural Factors and Sexual Orientation Disparities in Adolescent Substance Use
This short educational film, created to educated public healthcare about social movements in public health, features Columbia professors as well as a leader in the non profit sphere discussing the history and importance of social movements in their work.
Additional credit: Michael DeLeon
Social Movements in Public Health
Philip Sachs of Sheepshead Design talks about his process of screen printing and his business in this short artist profile. We get a visual tour through the steps of screen printing as well as see Philip out at the Brooklyn Flea selling his print to customers.