The CTL Gallery provides snapshots of innovative teaching and learning. The goal of this gallery is to highlight ideas and practices adaptable for many courses. This section only highlights a small subset of the innovative teaching at Boise State. If you have comments on, or would like to contribute to the CTL Gallery, please contact Andy Goodman.


Submissions from 2018


Coats for the CSI Refugee Programs, Jason Forbush, Nick Mahan, Faith Johnson, Alisha Trejo, and Sarah Moeller


A Parent-Implemented, Technology-Mediated Approach to Increasing Self-Management Homework Skills in Middle School Students with Autism, Patricia K. Hampshire and Keith W. Allred

Submissions from 2017


Taking a Community Approach to Curriculum Change, Sarah E. Dalrymple, Anna Jo Auerbach, and Elisabeth E. Schussler


Wally the Whale Finds Friends, Kelsie Nagle


Faculty Drivers and Barriers: Laying the Groundwork for Undergraduate STEM Education Reform in Academic Departments, Susan E. Shadle, Anthony Marker, and Brittnee Earl


Benefits of Participating in Service-Learning, Business-related Classes: Assessing the Impact on the Community Partners, Nancy Vizenor, Tasha J. Souza, and Joshua Jordan Ertmer

Submissions from 2016


Evaluation of Service-Learning Infused Courses with Refugee Families, Aida Midgett and Diana M. Doumas


Transforming Conflict in the Classroom: Best Practices for Facilitating Difficult Dialogues and Creating an Inclusive Communication Climate, Tasha Souza, Nancy Vizenor, Diane Sherlip, and Lisa Raser

Submissions from 2015


Coherent Calculus Course Design: Creating Faculty Buy-In for Student Success, Doug Bullock, Janet Callahan, and Susan E. Shadle


The Effect of Incentives and Other Instructor-Driven Strategies to Increase Online Student Evaluation Response Rates, James Goodman, Robert Anson, and Marcia Belcheir


Experiential Learning Projects: A Pedagogical Path to Macromarketing Education, Scott K. Radford, David M. Hunt, and Deborah Andrus


Establishing Common Course Objectives for Undergraduate Exercise Physiology, Shawn R. Simonson

Submissions from 2014


"I want stuff to change; How can I make that happen?": Amanda Gray and Mobile Rec, Sam Binsacca and TJ Rhodes


Service Learning at Mobile Recreation Program, Zach Chini and Claire Sampsel


What's an Activist, Alexandrea Ellis and Daniel Asbury

Theses/Dissertations from 2012


The Effect of Service Learning on Community College Communication Students, Margaret Shu-Mei Sass


Promoting STEM Faculty Members’ Reflection on their Learning Perceptions and Teaching Practices, Susan Shadle, Louis Nadelson, and Janet Callahan

Submissions from 2010


“O brave new world”: Service-Learning and Shakespeare, Matthew Hansen

Using Writing to Make a Difference in Your Community, Roger Munger and Jane DeChambeau

Teaching the Temporal Dimensions of Service-Learning, Roger Munger and S. Sturman

Effects of Service Learning Implemented in an Introductory Engineering Course on Student Attitudes and Abilities in the Context of ABET Outcomes, Carol Sevier, Seung Youn Chyung, Cheryl Schrader, and Janet Callahan


Increasing Cultural Competency Through Refugee Focused Service-Learning Projects: Bringing the World Home, Caile Spear and Aileen Hale

Submissions from 2009


Knowledge Surveys, Megan Frary

HR Service Learning with Non-Profits, Gundars Kaupins and Nancy L. Bodie

Submissions from 2008


Cultural Competency in Nursing Education, Mikal Black, Terri Soelberg, and Pamela Springer


The Challenges of Using Service Learning in Construction Management Curricula, Casey Cline and Michael Kroth

Civic Engagement and Nursing Education, Pam Gehrke

Preparing Future Leaders: Project-Management Strategies for Service Learning, Roger Munger and Amanda Gutowski

Submissions from 2007

General Education: Herding Cats and Making History in a Large General Education Social Welfare Course, Robin Allen, William Rainford, Roy W. Rodenhiser, and Kara Brascia

Confidence to Contribute: Service-Learning in ESL, Aileen Hale and Erin Whittig

Creating Authentic Dialog: ESL Students as Recipients of Service Learning, Stephanie Marlow

Including Service Learning in the Tech-Comm Course, Roger Munger

Submissions from 2006


The Psychological Effects of Exposure to Wartime Trauma in Bosnian Residents and Refugees: Implications for Treatment and Service Provision, Sandina Begic and Theodore McDonald

Service-Learning and Teacher Empowerment, Aileen Hale

Updating Your Training Materials, Lori L. Pennington and Roger Munger


The Relation Between Parental Status and Alcohol Use Patterns and Attitudes About Underage Drinking, Mary Pritchard and Theodore W. McDonald

Submissions from 2005

Faculty Empowerment Through Refined Service-Learning, Aileen Hale and Kara Brascia

Mental Health Care Issues in a Predominantly Rural and Frontier State: Results and Implications from a Comprehensive Survey, Theodore W. McDonald, Stephanie M. Harris, and Elizabeth A. LeMesurier

Environmental Health and Service Learning, Kelly Tuohig, Dale Stephenson, Dean Lillquist, Justin Bird, Stephen Adler, and Mark Babitz

Submissions from 2004

Program Evaluation in a Residential Youth Care Facility: The Case of Project PATCH, Theodore W. McDonald

Submissions from 2002

Workplace-Classroom Collaborations: A Role for Service Learning in Proposal Development, Roger Munger

Submissions from 1999


The Student Perspective, Srijana Bajracharya and Caile Spear

Extending a Hand to Our Stakeholders: Examining the Risks of Service-Learning Courses in Technical Communication Programs, Roger Munger