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Day 2 Teaching & Learning Conference

Schedule with Zoom Links

Theme: Connect, Engage, Inspire

November 23, 2022 (Virtual Event) 

Thursday, November 3, 2022–9:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

 

9:00 a.m.–9:25 a.m.–Welcome, Announcements & Opening Plenary

Room 1 Zoom Link:
https://nova.zoom.us/j/99153169994?pwd=bmVlYk9nZWNiZWpSdXh2MDk1aVZRQT09 
Moderator: Adam Cohen (LEC), Co-Moderators: Diane Lippe (LEC), Jihong Tang (LEC), &
Walter Milner (LEC)

Time

Type

Title

Presenter(s)

9:00-9:05 (Room 1)

Welcome

Welcome and Announcements

Diane Lippe and Marti Snyder, Learning & Educational Center

9:05-9:25

(Room 1)

Plenary

Teachers Are Engaging Learners Too

Ron Chenail, Academic Affairs

 9:35 a.m.–11:15 a.m. –Breakout Sessions

 

Room 1: Innovative Teaching & Learning Strategies

Room 1 Zoom Link:
https://nova.zoom.us/j/99153169994?pwd=bmVlYk9nZWNiZWpSdXh2MDk1aVZRQT09 
Moderator: Adam Cohen (LEC), Co-Moderators: Urszula Strawinska Zanko (HCAS), Jihong
Tang (LEC) & Walter Milner (LEC)

Time

Type

Title

Presenter(s)

9:35-10:20

(Room 1)

45-Minute Session

Transitional Learning: Fostering Successful Learning Strategies in First-Year Graduate Students

 

Tags: Active Learning Strategies, Student Engagement Strategies

 

Audience: Undergraduate & Graduate/Professional Educators; Novice & Advanced Educators

 

Joy Moulton, Department of Physical Therapy, Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Healthcare Sciences

10:30-11:15

(Room 1)

45-Minute Session

The Art and Science of Teaching Through Simulation

 

Tags: Immersive Technologies/Simulation; Student Engagement Strategies

 

Audience: Relevant to All Educator Audiences

 

Teri Williams and Tim Scala, Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Josh Inocalla and
Annie Huckaba
(Mursion)

 

Room 2: Learning Design for STEM

Room 2 Zoom Link:
https://nova.zoom.us/j/98401986667?pwd=aFZUMFhPNTlFU2dQUjJDWVAxdWVUdz09 
Moderator: Marti Snyder (LEC), Co-Moderator: Samiksha Prasad (Allopathic Medicine), John
Scigliano (LEC), Mary Young (LEC)

Time

Type

Title

Presenter(s)

9:35-10:20

(Room 2)

45-Minute Session

Development and Implementation of Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) in STEM Education to Connect, Engage, and Inspire Students

 

Tags: Student Engagement Strategies, Instructional Design

 

Audience: Undergraduate Educators

 

Julie Torruellas Garcia and Katie Crump, Department of Biological Sciences, Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

 

 

 

10:30-11:15

(Room 2)

45-Minue Session

Reimagining an Established CURE to Provide High-quality Digital Learning Experiences that are Intentionally Equitable, Inclusive and Accessible for all Students

 

Tags: Active Learning Strategies, Online Teaching/Canvas, Student Engagement Strategies

 

Audience: Graduate/Professional Educators, Advanced Educators

 

Arthur Sikora, Department of Chemistry & Physics, Halmos College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

Room 3: Technology-Enhanced Teaching & Learning

Room 3 Zoom Link:
https://nova.zoom.us/j/98326944219?pwd=Tk1LNXhJVGhTRnFoTXkxZDV4TWxyUT09 
Moderator: Alfreda Francis (LEC), Co-Moderators: Diane Lippe (LEC) & Tim Hoeck (LEC)

Time

Type

Title

Presenter(s)

9:35-10:20

 

45-Minute Session

Cloud-based Video-conferencing is Here to Stay (Zoom, or similar): Implementing Authentic Assessment and Curbing Cheating Without the Need for Proctoring

 

Tags: Active Learning Strategies, Online Teaching/Canvas, Student Engagement Strategies

Audience: Relevant to All Audiences Especially Those who Want to Include Zoom (or other platform) in Their Classroom

 

Judith Slapak-Barski,  Halmos College of Arts & Sciences

10:30-11:15

 

45-Minute Session

Interactive Videos: What are They and How can I Make One?

 

Tags: Active Learning Strategies, Educational Technologies, Student Engagement Strategies

 

Audience: Relevant to All Educator Audiences

 

Anymir Orellana, Department of Education, Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

 

 

11:15–11:30 a.m. (15 minutes)–Break

 

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.–Roundtables

Room 1 Zoom Link:
https://nova.zoom.us/j/99153169994?pwd=bmVlYk9nZWNiZWpSdXh2MDk1aVZRQT09 
Moderator: Adam Cohen (LEC), Co-Moderators: Urszula Strawinska Zanko (HCAS), Jihong
Tang (LEC), & Walter Milner (LEC)

Time

Type

Title

Presenter(s)

11:30-12:30

 

Roundtable

RT1: Putting It All Together: Utilizing Student-Curated Portfolio Projects to Engage and Immerse Students from Week 1

 

Tags: Active Learning Strategies, Student Engagement Strategies

 

Audience: Relevant to All Educator Audiences

 

Christi M. Navarro, Department of Public Health, Dr. Kiran Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine

RT2: The Universe Explained with LEGO-Building Physics Concepts with Toy Bricks

 

Tags: active learning strategies; student engagement strategies

Audience: Undergraduate Educators, Graduate/Professional Educators

 

Steve Kautsch, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

 

RT3: Creating Meaningful Social Presence in Online Courses

 

Tags: Online Teaching/Canvas, Student Engagement Strategies

Audience: Relevant to All Educators

Jennifer Reeves, Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

 

12:30–1:00 p.m. (30 minutes)–Lunch Break (On Your Own)

 

1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m.–Workshop #3

Zoom Link: Zoom Link will be sent to those who pre-registered for this workshop. This workshop is full.
Moderators: Marti Snyder, John Scigliano & Mary Young (LEC)

Time

Type

Title

Presenter(s)

1:00-2:30

(Room 2)

Workshop

Keeping it Real: Use of Simulation for Communication Skill Development for Student Learning, Engagement, and Interaction

 

Tags: Active Learning Strategies, Immersive Technologies/Simulation, Student Engagement Strategies

 

Audience: Relevant to All Educator Audiences

 

Lea Kaploun, Department of Speech Language Pathology, Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

 

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