The Learning Innovations Team at Academic Outreach and Innovation (AOI) would like to invite you to a virtual presentation by guest speaker, Dr. Heloisa Rutigliano, on October 19 from 1:00-2:30 PM. Dr. Rutigliano will share her presentation, “Hitting Pause: Practical Ways to Incorporate Lecture Breaks to Reinforce Learning.” You can learn more about this event and register on the Learning Innovation’s Training Offerings page!
About Dr. Rutigliano:
Dr. Heloisa Rutigliano is an Associate Professor at the School of Veterinary Medicine at Utah State University. She earned her DVM degree from Sao Paulo State University in Brazil, and her M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Animal Biology from the University of California at Davis. Dr. Rutigliano has taught Animal Physiology, Immunology, and Veterinary Ethics and Professionalism at the School of Veterinary Medicine at Utah State University since the program’s inception in 2012. Dr. Rutigliano believes that as an instructor, she is a catalyst of learning rather than an expert who simply delivers information to students. Dr. Rutigliano uses various active learning methods to promote student engagement and the application of class content. Dr. Rutigliano has received regional, university, and national awards, including the Utah State University Teacher of the Year Award, the APLU Western Region Teaching Award, the NACTA Educator Award, and the WIMU Excellence in Pre-Clinical Teaching Award.
At the end of her talk, Dr. Rutigliano will be joined by the Learning Innovations Team’s Faculty Liaison, Brian Malone, who will demonstrate how to use Dr. Rutigliano’s strategies in different course modalities. We hope you will join!! Please contact Brian Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information about this Special Event.