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Welcome to the Teaching and Learning Resource Repository!

One of the goals of the Faculty Institute of Teaching and Learning (FITL) is to provide the MDC-IAC faculty with resources that will support them in meeting the diverse learning needs of their students.

The Teaching and Learning Resource Repository serves as an additional resource of best practices, sample modules and lesson plans, and instructional tools that will support and supplement your classroom instruction.

 

Kimberly S. Lanier

Dr. Kimberly S. Lanier,  Director 
klanier1@mdc.edu ~ 305.237.6818

Dr. Lanier joined Miami Dade College team after serving as the Science Coach in the Broward County School District. Prior to that, Dr. Lanier was a Lead Researcher in the University of Miami Education Evaluation Team (UMEET) evaluating the implementation of various educational initiatives. Dr. Lanier holds a Doctorate and Education Specialist degree in Science Education from Florida State University, and a Master of Science degree in Elementary Education and Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.

 

Martha Rivas

Martha Rivas, Coordinator 
mrivas6@mdc.edu ~ 305.237.6820

Ms. Rivas has worked in the education field for over twenty five years, most recently as the School Program Coordinator for the Miccosukee Indian School. Ms. Rivas is a graduate from Miami Dade College and holds a M.S. in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education and an M.S. in Educational Computing and Technology from Barry University.

 

 

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Martha Rivas
Contact:
MDC InterAmerican Campus
305-237-6820

The Faculty Institute of Teaching and Learning (FITL) is committed to enhancing and improving the educational experiences of our diverse student population through the implementation of researched-based, and student-centered instructional methodologies. The Institute supports faculty in the  enhancement and refinement of their current instructional practices and provides support as they expand their instruction repertoire.  Our students are unique and we are here to help provide them with quality postsecondary learning experiences that will contribute to their academic success.