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Using Content Release Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement in Asynchronous Online Courses

Student motivation and self-regulation can be a challenge in asynchronous online courses. One strategy to improve student engagement and self-regulation is the use of conditional content release…

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So, You Enrolled in my Hybrid Course? Let’s Scrimmage!

In my experience teaching quantitative courses, students often do not know how to practice or learn outside of class at the higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy. It is often uncomfortable or…

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Figures, and Charts, and Tables, Oh My! - A Workshop on Data Visualization Literacy

Data visualization (DV) literacy is becoming a more important skill for the public. Many disciplines are poised to help improve DV literacy among students. In this workshop, we begin by considering…

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Turning Theory into Practice: "Bellarmine Pathways: Knights Lighting the Path for College Success"

In 2020, I completed an instrumental, multi-site case study examining the non-cognitive skills needed to persist in and graduate from college, using Lin’s (1999) social capital theory as a…

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(Re)Examining and (Re)Constructing a Philosophy of Education

Teaching is a craft, one that requires mindful reflection of the what, why, and how in learning spaces. The answers form the foundation for one's philosophy of education and inform most every…

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Engaging Adults with Developmental Disabilities Online

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the delivery of instruction for many learners. It was challenging for students across educational settings to adapt to the new way of learning. One group of learners who…

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Creating Classrooms of Radical Hope

Radical Hope (Gannon, 2020) is a pedagogical philosophy based on Paulo Freire’s work. Freire called for a radical transformation of society by raising students’ critical consciousness…

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Second Time's the Charm: Why Giving Second Chances to Students Improves Online Engagement

Students these days are more disconnected, burnt out, and frustrated with classes than ever before. Online classes can be an even more difficult environment to ensure they are staying on track,…

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2022 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference Keynote Presentation

Combating Stereotype ThreatCarol Hostetter, Ph.D., LCSW Interim Senior BSW Director / BSW Program Director and Professor, Indiana University BloomingtonWe have all had students who express doubts…

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Inclusive Excellence in Our Classrooms

DeDe Wohlfarth, Psy.D., Spalding University Colton Groh, M. A., Spalding University Haleh Jortani, M. A., Spalding University Hunter Gatewood, M. A., Spalding University

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Delivering Peer Feedback to Learners with Microsoft Power Automate

Kim Daugherty, PharmD, Ph.D., Sullivan University Sarah Raake, PharmD., Sullivan University Ben Stephens, Sullivan UniversityCaptions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility,…

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Structure and Infrastructure in Online Course Design: What Students Want

Dr. Susan Popham

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A New Framework for Analytical Rubrics

Tom Parry, Ph.D., Indiana University Kokomo Captions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility, please contact the ILTE at [email protected]

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Multiple Modes of Mind Mapping

Lisa Potts, Ph.D., Spalding University

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Teaching Through the Pandemic: What Did We Learn?

Suparna Mukhopadhyay, Ph.D., Indiana University Southeast

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Creating Inclusive Classrooms for TGNB Individuals: Moving Beyond She/He/Them

DeDe Wohlfarth, Psy.D., Spalding University Colton Groh, M.A., Spalding University Hunter Gatewood, M.A., Spalding UniversityCaptions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility…

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Learning Strategies: Foundations for Student Success

Heaven Hollender, Ph.D., Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis Kathy Berlin Ph.D., Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis Captions have not yet been edited. If…

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SoTL Break Out"I Didn't Know We Could Do That!" Coaching Students and Faculty to Create Equitable Learning Opportunities

Adria Hoffman, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth UniversityCaptions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility ,please contact the ILTE at [email protected]

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Planning for Flexibility in Our Courses

Kathryn Ernstberger, Ph.D., Indiana University Southeast

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What a Technical Writer Can Teach You about Assignment Design

Tim Roberts, M.A., University of Louisville Captions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility ,please contact the ILTE at [email protected]

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Beyond Asynchronous: The Guided Run Approach to Remote Learning

Robert W. Rennie, Ph.D., Indiana University Southeast Captions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility ,please contact the ILTE at [email protected]

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Pushing Pedagogy into Practice: A Course Design That Delivers

Stephanie Pratt, Ph.D., Indiana University Kokomo Captions have not yet been edited. If you need immediate accessibility ,please contact the ILTE at [email protected]

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Management to Mentorship of Disruptive Students

Joan Poulsen, Ph.D., Indiana University – Purdue University Columbus

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Assessment – A Straightforward, Scalable, Sustainable Approach

Hitesh Kathuria, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President, University Academic Affairs Director, Office of Collaborative Academic Programs (OCAP) Indiana University

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 3, Meeting #2: Five Forms of Interactive Learning

Dr. John-Robert Curtin, Indiana University Southeast This workshop is designed to present the five forms of interactive learning that should be built into online, blended, and face-to-face lessons…

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