It is my belief that all willing students are capable of learning. Therefore, if a student puts forth the necessary effort to learn a concept, I believe the instructor’s role is to support their acquisition of presented material. In my experience teaching computer science courses, I have found that a successful classroom includes the following elements: fostering logical thinking, encouraging group work, emphasizing hands-on learning, and allowing the flexibility to adapt the class based on student feedback.
CIS 4930/6930 - 3D Auditory Environments
In this course, students understand and appreciate the role of audio in human-computer interaction, understand the physiological and computational aspects of rendering accurate spatial audio, understand the tradeoffs and challenges when designing 3D audio applications, design and develop a 3D audio application, learn and discuss current trends in 3D audio research and development, and develop presentation and writing skills, as evidenced through completed project milestones