Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium, 2012-2013

Teaching & Learning with Technology Symposium 2012-2013

Schedule: Pew Campus, Grand Rapids 11am - noon: DEV 111D Break-out Session with Tanya Joosten: "Ten Questions for Blended Course Design" 1pm - 2pm: Loosemore Auditorium (DEV 122E) Welcome Keynote Address Presentation of the FTLC Teaching & Learning Award 2pm - 3:30pm: Hager-Loosemore Exhibition Hall Faculty e-poster presentations Symposium Videos Not able to make it to the Symposium? Just want to relive the experience? Videos are available of Tanya Joosten's breakout session and keynote, as well as an interview with Scott Truskowski, winner of the Pew Teaching with Technology Award. watch the videos Symposium Photos Experience this year's Symposium through our photo gallery. take a look March 20, 2013 Tanya Joosten Keynote Address Director (Interim) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Learning Technology Center The digital future: Who is driving the bus? learn more Raffle Winners Apple iPad 2 (Grand Prize) Severine Ward Modern Languages Logitech Presentation Remote Megan Freudigmaa College of Education Logitech Presentation Remote Devin Patterson Charter Schools Office Logitech Presentation Remote Hsiao-ping Chen Art and Design Logitech Presentation Remote Kathryn Coffey Mathematics "Effective Online Teaching: Foundations and Strategies for Student Success" by Tina Stavredes Dorothea Epple Social Work "Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day" by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams Lisa Sisson Hospitality and Tourism Management
Kevin Barrons Education Jazzing Up Your Online Lesson Introductions with Video Sarah Beaubien University Libraries Reaching Students with Open Education Materials Jeanine Beasley Occupational Therapy Faculty Meetings using Blackboard IM Hsiao-ping Chen Department of Art & Design How blogging helps students create, innovate, and voice in a quickly changing global community Rosemary Cleveland Education Using Blackboards private journal tool to promote reflective thinking and contextual learning Kathryn Coffey Mathematics Twitter for Teachers Richard Cooley History Using Socrative in the classroom Cary Countryman Lisa Adams Allison Sisson Hospitality and Tourism Management Effective Use of Computerized Simulation Jayne Dissette Jonah Anderton Autumn DeRoo Information Technology GVSU iTunes U Dorothea Epple Jessica Doerr Social Work MSW Administration and Supervision Course Delivered in Hybrid Format Chalk and Wire Capstone Hybrid Course Design Kyle Felker Erin Fisher University Libraries Learning by Doing: Makerspaces in the Academic Environment Marcia Frobish Mathematics Using BB collaborate and plan for an online, interactive class
Sue Harrington PhD, RN (PI) Melodee Vanden Bosch PhD, RN Nancy Schoofs PhD, RN Cynthia Beel-Bates PhD, RN Kirk Anderson, PhD Nursing Flipping the Classroom Ingrid Johnson Movement Science Technology for the Millennial Student- Using GPS in Physical Education Teacher Education Courses Danielle Lake Liberal Studies Building Community through Online Discussion Sean Lancaster Education Google+ in the Classroom Jamie Langlois Rachel Schafer Social Work Livescribe Pen Susan Laninga History Portfolios via Weebly Nancy Levenburg Management Enhancing Students Academic Performance in Management Science through Technology Gisella Licari Modern Languages & Literature Comic books for learning Dianna Lunsford Occupational Therapy Paperless Documentation: Use of iPad for student fieldwork site visits Linda McCrea Amy Schelling Education Implementing Technology Tools to Build Community and Enhance Collaboration Jacque Melin Education Using the Blackboard Rubric Tool Amy Norkus Dan Royer Writing A Web-based Portfolio Management System Pamela Page Education Integrating Technology with Literacy Eric Ramsson Biomedical Sciences Saving time and sanity through automation in Windows (Auto-hotkey) Martina Reinhold Physician Assistants Use of Response Technology (Clickers) to engage students and enhance learning Peter Riemersma Peter Wampler Geology Challenges and Benefits of a Web Based Photography Contest - Building Community, Connections, and Departmental Awareness Robert Rozema English Epublishing for Faculty and Students: How and Why to Design and Publish Interactive Digital Texts Michelle Sanchez Meijer Center for Writing & Michigan Authors GVSU Meijer Center for Writing: Conducting Late-Night Synchronous Writing Consultations with Google Docs Mike Sciarini Hospitality and Tourism Management Engaging Students with Applied Technology in the Hotel Industry David Shultz Severine Ward Modern Languages & Literature Creating Comics for Pedagogical Purposes Jason Siko Education Earning Badges Using Blackboards Adaptive Release Robert Talbert Mathematics A Bring-Your-Own-Device Clicker System in Mathematics Scott Truskowski 2012 FTLC Teaching & Learning with Technology Award Winner Shaunna Kelder Occupational Therapy Ensemble: Simplifying Student and Faculty Video Uploads to Blackboard Bethany Welling Mathematics YouTube Channel and You Andy Wolber Public Administration Not Just Slides: Using Tech to Teach Tech Bonnie Woodman University Libraries Using Course/Electronic Reserve for class readings  



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