2008 Proceedings Teaching
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2008 ITAA Proceedings #65

Schaumburg, IL, USA

Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Teaching  track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here. All rights reserved to ITAA.

2008 Teaching

Abraham, L., (2008). Creative Writing through Blogging.

Adomaitis, A., (2008). AdverGaming: Increasing the Odds of Engaging Retail Students

Apple, L. & Smith, K., (2008). Developing a Required Study Tour Program for Apparel Curriculum A Model from Theory to Practice

Bruce, V., (2008). “Working a Room”: Teaching Students to Network

Butler, S., Bakker, A. & Stonewater, J., (2008). Full Cycle Assessment of a Global Dress Course

Eason, K., (2008). Are You Feeling IL?: Using a Parallel Curriculum Concept to Develop Information Literacy in a Merchandising Program

Ellinwood, J., (2008). Ralph Lauren: A Model for Teaching Students to Design for Brand and Image

Foster, I. & Flynn, J., (2008). Teaching undergraduate research methods for the fashion industry using academic and business research highlights

Foster, I., (2008). Using E-portfolios in Preparing Students for Internships and Careers

Hahn, K., (2008). Creating “sustainable design movement” in the class room using Post-Consumer Recycled Clothing

Hayes, L., (2008). Jumpstarting the Creative Process in Capstone Coursework: Exploring Techniques to Help Fashion Design Students Realize a Personal Design Vision

Lafrenz, L. & Murray, B., (2008). Fashion Graduates Perspectives of the Effect of Competitions on Career Development

LeHew, M., (2008). Modeling Retail Manager Role in an Apparel Classroom to Improve Student Engagement

Lewis, V. & Racine, A., (2008). Creativity Beyond the Curriculum: Interactions With a Fiber Arts Foundation

Saiki, D., (2008). Enhancing a Variety of Skills To Prepare Students for a Career in the Fashion Industry

Stanforth, N. & Hauck, W., (2008). Informing the Curriculum through Internships