Break-Out Session Descriptions
1. Fostering a Community of Inquiry
How can digital pedagogy help foster student-student connection, student-instructor connection, and student-content connection? How does Teacher Connect help to form a community of inquiry among emerging and seasoned professionals?
Presenters: Kelly Keane and School of Education faculty member (TBD)
2. Zooming into Synchronous Learning
How to effectively use Zoom video conferencing to facilitate synchronous learning.
Presenters: Robert Kenyon and faculty member (TBD)
3. Multimedia Production
How to create effective multimedia productions.
Presenters: Gregory Hoplamazian
4. Creative Convergence?: Writing and Technology
Getting students to engage with written assignments can at times be challenging in today's technology focused world. Hear how one faculty member is trying to incorporate various new technologies into writing assignments in an effort to stimulate creativity and engagement.
Presenter: Sara Magee
5. Remote Teaching: Snow Days and Other Catastrophes
In this timely session, learn great tips and strategies to keep your class moving forward.
Presenters: Theresa Geiman and Bernadette Roche
- Accessibility Standards and What You Need to Know
An exploration of the barriers or "blockers" that prevent students with disabilities from using various technologies and how to overcome them.
Presenters: Tracy McMahon and Leah Saal
- Moodle Makeover
Simple tips for enhancing the aesthetics and usability of your course Moodle page. This will be interactive either with individual professors' course pages or with one example for the collective to critique and amend.
Presenter: Sue Monthie