Hosted by: Faculty Center for Innovation
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Tracie Addy
Date & Time: March 26th (Saturday) from 9:00am-12:00pm, CST
To Register: CLICK HERE
On March 26th, 2022, Park instructors, faculty, and staff will come together virtually to explore best teaching practices at our university. This year's keynote speaker will be Dr. Tracie Addy, coauthor of What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Excellence in College Teaching (2021).
Click the registration link above to let us know you intend to participate in the conference. Additional information will be provided closer to the event. For questions about the conference, please email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you on March 26th!
Presented by Dr. James Lang
Session 1: Creating Focus
Presented by Glenn Lester, Heather Strafaccia, Susan Keim, Zac Jarrard, and Rashad Mahyaddinli
Five Words: A Technique for Teaching Metacognition and Assessing Prior Knowledge (Glenn Lester)
Embracing Ubiquitous Learning (Heather Strafaccia)
Students and Gamification: Using Games to Increase Student Engagement (Susan Keim, Zac Jarrard, and Rashad Mahyaddinli)
Session 2: Reaching Students Remotely
Presented by Jennifer Whitley, Juliet Krummick, and Favor Campbell
Community by Design: Building Community in a Virtual Classroom (Jennifer Whitley)
Motivation Momentum with Digital Badges (Juliet Krummick)
Cameras On, Microphones Off, Find Your Breath: Facilitating Remote Student Engagement (Favor Campbell)
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