Alice Hill

Outreach

Teaching Statement

Teaching Experience

University of Colorado-Boulder

Include syllabus, FCQ (full record), FCQ written comments summary, FCQ numerical rating summary.
Teaching Assistant
Term Course # Course Title Syllabus Student course rating summary Compiled student written comments Full student evaluation
Fall 2014 GEOG 4093 Remote Sensing of the Environment (4 credits)        
Spring 2014 GEOG 4321/5321 Snow Hydrology (4 credits)        
Fall 2011 EBIO 1000 General Biology (4 credits        

* Denotes syllabus is developed by Instructor of record (not my work)

National Outdoor Leadership School

Download course list – make table + contact hours

Wilderness Medicine Institute

Instructor, Wilderness First Aid 2-day/16 hour Certification course (2.5 day/20 hour if including CPR)

February 8-9, 2014, Boulder, Colorado
March 8-9, 2014, Boulder, Colorado
March 22-23, 2014, Dallas, Texas
April 26-27, 2014, Denver, Colorado
May 9-11, 2014, Keystone, Colorado
June 12-13, 2014, Nederland, Colorado
October 18-19, 2014, Pueblo, Colorado
May 9-10, 2015, Keystone, Colorado
June 11-12, 2015, Boulder, Colorado

Other Education Venues

Instructor, Alpine Hydrology Workshop designed for teachers and informal educators that teach grades 6-16, Durango, Colorado.  Sponsored by Mountain Studies Institute and CU-Boulder Learn More About Climate Office for Outreach and Engagement.  March 15, 2015.  Workshop syllabus

Teaching Professional Development

2008

National Outdoor Leadership School instructor course. January 3-30, 2008, New Zealand branch.  

2011

ENVS 5001: Pedagogy graduate course, fall semester, University of Colorado-Boulder.  Syllabus
Graduate Teacher Program workshops:

2012

Graduate Teacher Program workshops:

2013

Wilderness Medicine Institute, Instructor Training Course, November 10-16, 2013. 


Graduate Teacher Program workshops:

2014

Graduate Scientific Teaching and Learning Workshop
, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology August 21-22, 2014, University of Colorado-Boulder. (link to flyer)
EBIO 6100:  Scientific Teaching graduate seminar, fall semester, University of Colorado-Boulder.  Teachable unit project (link)

Teaching-As-Research

2013-2015

Research grant recipient, Human Subjects Research on Teaching and Learning sponsored by CU-Boulder Graduate Teacher Program Teaching Institute for Graduate Education Research (TIGER) and National Science Foundation’s Center for the Integrated Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL).  Funded project: “Using social media to create consistent curriculum reinforcement outside of class.”

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2014

“Research-Teaching Happy Hour: Leveraging Student Learning Opportunities through Data Collection.” Graduate Teacher Program Fall Training, Boulder, Colorado. August 2014. Talk abstract
“Research ‘Teachwork’ and Fostering Student Inclusivity through Untraditional Teaching Methods.” Graduate Teacher Program Workshops. Boulder, Colorado. October 2014. Talk abstract

2015

“Intersecting students on Facebook:  Curriculum reinforcement where they least expect it.”  Center for the Integrated Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) National Forum, College Station, Texas.  April 12-14, 2015.  Links:  Poster  Abstract