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Heading in the Right Direction: Developing Good Learning Objectives

Presented by Reiley Noe

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Growing a Graduate Program using the Cohort Model: Our Journey

As enrollment in higher education continues to decline, faculty and administrators are looking for innovative approaches to stem the tide. Schools of Education have turned to the cohort model as a…

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Nailing the Interview

Debahuti Chatterjee and Swati Rendon, Purdue University Northwest and McNeese State UniversityEnter here: Zoom Breakout Room #1 Meeting ID: 890 3941 9744This presentation will focus on the…

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The New Way to Design College Courses with Real Application in Mind

Using the instructional design framework, in this interactive workshop, participants will use bloom's taxonomy to maintain the academic structure of any courses, while exploring new ways to a)…

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Interdependent Teaching

What are the advantages and disadvantages of new quizzes in Canvas, the new glass board ILTE studio, and other new teaching technology? Nicolas Overgaard and Mildred Vernia will present their…

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The Power of Play: Nature-Based Education in Play-Based Learning

Wonder. Excitement. Surprise. Joy. Love. These universal human experiences contribute to a fuller life on their own, but there is evidence that they also provide an impetus to deeper learning in…

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Leveraging the Practitioner Adjunct Professor

Educating pre-service teachers, the practitioner adjunct professor is a key lever to tie theory to practice in the current K-12 context. This presentation focuses on strategies, tools and practices…

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Ivy Tech Community College’s Learn Anywhere Program

This presentation will begin with a brief simulation of a first-year college student beginning a fast-paced college course, in the style of Ivy Tech’s Learn Anywhere Program. The audience…

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Teaching as Performance

Rubrics. Learning Outcomes. Assessment. As educators, we have become accustomed to developing and documenting the mechanics of teaching. In so doing, have we lost sight of the art of teaching? How do…

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Building Collaborative Relationships through Co-Teaching

What do you do when the adjunct scheduled to teach a particular course is no longer available or interested in teaching the course? In most cases, the director must quickly locate another adjunct…

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Dynamic Discussion Boards with Flipgrid and Other Video and Audio Tools

We will discuss ways you could use Flipgrid and other free video and audio tools in your classroom. An overview of Flipgrid will be given along with examples and reasons why you might want to use…

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Understanding Plagiarism in the Digital Age: Using Media Examples to Guide Students

In the context of academic research, plagiarism may often appear as an abstract concept to first-year composition students. When students struggle to understand the meaning of plagiarism, it…

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2022 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference Keynote

Remember the book All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten? At the 2022 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference, University of Louisville Professor Tim Roberts will share his twist on this…

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Using FSSE Demographic Data to Look Within Your Institution

Institutions are often searching for ways to better target faculty development and improve insight into faculty practices. In this webinar, FSSE staff will discuss how to use…

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