The Pedagogical Innovation Fellows Program recruits a new cohort of fellows each year to collaborate with DFI to redesign an aspect of a course through the thoughtful integration and design of digital media and technologies. The program aims to support faculty to explore new uses of digital technologies, tools, platforms, and practices in their pedagogies.
The program aims to provide consultation, development, and design support in the areas of instructional design, media production, learning technologies, and learning spaces for faculty to develop and implement a pedagogical innovation in their courses.
Each Fellow partners with one of our instructional design and/or learning technology experts to collaboratively design, develop, implement, and evaluate the innovation over the course of one semester.
The project enhances overall online learning experience by integrating technology tools and instructional media thoughtfully and implementing new course design features.
This project reimagines two asynchronous modules to provide a holistic, interactive, and engaging learning experience for students using a metaphorical course design.
The project develops skills for students to lead and participate in courageous conversations about equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The course is project-based learning, with an emphasis on organizational mapping, public history, and professional development.
The project designs a fully online asynchronous version of the course featuring creative course design and professionally produced media content.
This projects explores the possibilities of classroom technology in a group work setting and experiments with advanced hybrid pedagogies.
The call for application for the next fellows cohort will be announced soon!
Our staff will schedule a brief interview to learn more about your project vision and support needs.
Once you are accepted, our instructional experts will meet with you to define project plan with deliverables and timeline.