Tareq Daher is a member of the Innovative Instructional Design team and serves as the Instructional Design Technology Coordinator for the College of Engineering. He manages, coordinates, monitors, implements, and assesses a wide range of course redesign, instructional technology, and communication initiatives within the College of Engineering, aligning with College and University strategic academic goals. He collaborates with engineering faculty on implementing active learning in online, face-to-face and blended, and flipped models to enhance instruction and learning in Engineering programs. I support all departments in the college.
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Select SoTL publications include:
Daher, T., & Loehring, M. (2016) Shaping the Engineering Freshman Experience through active learning in a Flipped Classroom. American Society of Engineering Education proceedings
Li, Y., & Daher, T. (2016) Integrating Innovative Classroom Activities with Flipped teaching in a Water Resources Engineering Class. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 05016008
Daher, T. , Bernstien, S. & Meyer B (2016) Using Blended Learning to Address Instructional Challenges in a Freshman Engineering Course. American Society of Engineering Education proceedings. 10.18260/p.27133
Daher, T. & Lazarevic, B. (2014) Emerging Instructional Technologies: Exploring the Extent of Faculty use of Web 2.0 Tools at a Midwestern Community College. TechTrends. 58,6, 42-50