2019 Session Handouts
Presenters from the sessions listed here have chosen to upload copies of their materials. Sessions are listed in alphabetical order of the first author.
This page will be updated as more handouts are received.
If you are a presenter and would like to submit your materials to be included, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Engaging Students at the Interface Between Science and Society
Vincenzo (Enzo) Antignani
Online Assignment Design Workshop Charrettes Using Voicethread
A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning
Michelle Boettcher and Leslie Lewis
Preparing Students for Discipline Specific Writing Through Explicit Genre Comparison
Storytime on Campus: Using Children's Literature to Foster Student Engagement
Christine Draper and Michelle Reidel
Focus Your Lecture with the One-Sentence Lesson Plan
What’s the Best Way to Structure Your Lecture?
Making Active Learning Work in Fully or Partially Online Classes
Stephanie Foote and Deborah Mixson-Brookshire
Creating High Impact Learning Experiences through the Use of a Model for Evidence-Based Teaching
Stephanie Foote, Andrew Koch, and Resche Hines
Engaging Students with Inquiry-Based Learning and Research
Student Preparedness Incorporated into the Course Design
J. Robert Gillette
Where do I start: Fostering Initial Engagement in Online Courses
Peter Hessling, Michelle Bartlett, and Carol Warren
The Teaching Transaction: New Approaches to an Old Problem
Using Starter Questions and Whiteboards to Increase Student Engagement
Intentional Learning Community Design as a High-Impact Practice
Stephen LeBeau, April Tallant, Jeanne Dulworth, and Charlotte Scott
Does Hybrid Structure Matter? Comparing Student Approaches to Completing Content
Jennifer Louten and Laura Beth Daws
Future Educators Navigating a World of New Technologies
Sarah Murray and Candace Wentz
How Can That Be?: Motivating Learning Through Counterintuition
Peer Mentoring-A Key Factor for Academic Success
Effective Teaching: Adding Flavor with Kahoot!
Teaching with Technology: Free Tech Tools to Energize and Engage Your Students
Does a Practicum Influence Graduate Outcomes in an Online Program
Nancy Szwydek and Kathleen Sobel
Academic Anxiety: What Is It and How Can You Help Students Cope?
Utilizing 3D Printed Protein Models Enhanced with Augmented Reality for Student Engagement in the Sciences
Engaging in and Facilitating Meaningful Discussions in Every Discipline
Chris Wilcoxen, Amanda Steiner, Julie Bell
Digital Literacy: A New 21st Century Student Learning Outcome
Cecile Yancu and Bart Ganzert
Updated August 11, 2019