• Innovation Exchange

    Sharing ideas that promote inventive teaching

  • On Demand

    "Resilience = Relationships" - Brant Winn

    What do the first couple of classes of each semester look like for you? Do you jump right into the content and course syllabus or do you build relationships with students? This innovation exchange showed you how resilience equals relationships and provided you practical tools to help you strengthen and nurture the relationships you have with your students, colleagues, and family!

    "Reimagining the Role of Technology in Higher Education" - Judi Estes

    Technology has the potential to impact student learning and faculty teaching in individual classrooms and across our university, through system-wide and broad ecosystem applications of collaborative solutions to the core challenges of access, affordability, and completion.

     

    If you attended or watched the event, we invite you to complete this 3-question survey.

    "Engaging Students: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks" - Greg Plumb

    What can an old, experienced teacher learn about better engaging students in classroom discussions and general class participation? Impromptu small group discussions, pick-a-card method of selecting students to question in class, posting questions for each class session in the course syllabus, reaction papers at the end of a class session, and allowing students to select assignments are just a few of the methods used. This presentation was based on an Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) course - Effective Teaching Practices, in which the presenter participated in AY2017-18.

     

    If you attended or watched the event, we invite you to complete this 3-question survey.

    "Teaching for Transfer" - Glenn Lester

    We assume learning transfer, but do we teach it? This exchange explored one professor’s attempt to re-design general education courses using teaching for transfer principles.

     

    If you attended or watched the event, we invite you to complete this 3-question survey.

    "Practical Tips for Student Engagement" - Leslie Umstattd

    Getting students involved and engaged can be a challenge for any instructor. This exchange offered practical ways to increase student engagement in the online classroom from the beginning of a course to the end.

     

    If you attended or watched the event, we invite you to complete this 3-question survey.

  • Files/Links

    "Resilience = Relationships" - Brant Winn

    "Reimagining the Role of Technology in Higher Education" - Judi Estes

    • Reimagining the Role of Technology in Higher Education presentation
    • NMC Horizon Report: 2016 Higher Education Edition video

    "Practical Tips for Student Engagement" - Leslie Umstattd

    • Practical Tips for Student Engagement presentation
    • Practical Tips for Student Engagement handout
  • Previous Innovation Exchanges

    To view previous Innovation Exchanges, visit MyPark. Below is a list of Innovation Exchanges that are easily accessible.

    "Information Literacy in Students, Both in and out of the Classroom"

    Katelyn Handler

    "Asking Better Questions"

    Adam Potthast

    "Inclusivity in Course Curriculum: Using Universal Design to Support Diverse Student Learners"

    Debra Olson Morrison and Ashley Boyer

    "Online Proctoring with ProctorU"

    John Dean and Guillermo Tonsmann

    "Civic Action Plan"

    Shannon Cuff

    "Exposing Students to the Professional World: The Mentoring Project"

    Kay Miller Boehr

    "The Library's Development of an Information Literacy Tutorial within Canvas"

    Katelyn Handler

    "Pirate Patch"

    Robert Kao and Jared Flaherty

    "eMINTS: Networked Teaching Strategies"

    Judi Estes

    "Course Redesign with SoTL in Mind"

    Stacey Kikendall

    "A Journey in Problem-Based Learning"

    Amber Dailey-Hebert

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