Sarah Silverman

Instructional Designer,

Sarah Silverman joined the Hub in September 2020 as an Instructional Designer. Her areas of interest in instructional design include STEM teaching and learning, Universal Design for Learning and accessibility, and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. Sarah earned her PhD in Entomology at UC Davis, where she taught online and hybrid courses in Entomology, Human Development, and Science and Society. Her research focused on the biodemography of wild insect populations. While at UC Davis, she worked in the Center for Educational Effectiveness as a coordinator of the Teaching Assistant Consultant program. Most recently, Sarah was an instructional consultant at UW Madison supporting STEM instructors through learning communities, courses, and workshops. Are you interested in shifting from online exams to more authentic assessments in your online course? Contact Sarah to discuss further!

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