Conference Session Schedule

BREAKOUT SESSIONS & LIGHTNING ROUND

ROOMS & CAPACITIES
  • Main Ballroom (max occupancy 150)
  • Breakout Room A: Pfahl 340 (max occupancy 32)
  • Breakout Room B: Pfahl 240 (max occupancy 32)
  • Breakout Room C: Pfahl 230 (max occupancy 32)

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Opening Remarks & Keynote

MAIN BALLROOM

9:00-9:45

Keynote Address 

Celebrating Creativity in Teaching: Creating Communities of Care and Leadership to Ensure Student Success

Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown, Department of Dance

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Session A

MAIN BALLROOM

10:00-10:20

Ungrading: A Creative Approach to Assessment

Kellie Claflin, Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership

10:30-10:50

Learning Through Discussion with Embedded Clinical Skills Lab: Model for Advanced Clinical Instruction Monica Robinson and Lori DeMott, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

BREAKOUT ROOM A: PFAHL 340

10:00-10:20

Distributed Active Learning (DAL): An Approach to Reduce Class Size in Large Enrollment Courses

Ted Clark, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

10:30-10:50

Q-Methodology for Teaching, Research, and Quality Improvement in Learning Design

Joni Tornwall and Janine Overcash, College of Nursing

BREAKOUT ROOM B: PFAHL 240

10:00-10:20

Kid Lit: Highlighting Diverse Voices and Choices in Children’s Books

Brooke Starkoff, Crystal Dunlevy, and Claire Bollinger, Health Sciences

10:30-10:50

Effects of Comprehensive DEI Curriculum on Performance Gaps and Bias Perspectives Vary with Identity

Kellen Calinger-Yoak, Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology

BREAKOUT ROOM C: PFAHL 230

10:00-10:50 

Designing to Defeat Cheating

Lisa Cravens-Brown, Dept. of Psychology; Dustin Miller, Education Studies; Jennifer Whetstone and Angela Antronica, Committee on Academic Misconduct

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Session B

MAIN BALLROOM

11:00-11:20

Creative classroom environments to facilitate students’ intercultural competency development

Patrick Sours, COE; Ann Christy, CFAES

11:30-11:50

A creative use of social annotation for engaging students in primary research literature

Nick Denton, College of Pharmacy

BREAKOUT ROOM A: PFAHL 340

11:00-11:20

Collaborative Learning & Interprofessional Skill Development through Group Exams

Lindy Weaver, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

11:30-11:50

Illuminating Understanding: Leveraging AI to Clarify the Muddiest Points in Large Classrooms

Matt Stoltzfus, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

BREAKOUT ROOM B: PFAHL 240

11:00-11:50

Generative Artificial Intelligence and Creativity in Course Design: Do you need Copilot or a Flight Attendant?

Larry Hurtubise, The Drake Institute; Vince Castillo, College of Business; Audrey Harlyn, The Drake Institute; Carmen diGiovine, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

BREAKOUT ROOM C: PFAHL 230

11:00-11:20

Now that didn’t work like I planned… Revisiting why that great class activity fell flat

Samar Long, College of Medicine- School of Health and Rehabilitation Science

11:30-11:50

Guided Exam Reviews: A Creative Assessment Strategy

Kristine Cline, College of Pharmacy

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Session: Take My Teaching Tip, Please!

MAIN BALLROOM

1:00 – 2:30

  • Bridging the Experiential Gap: A Creative Workshop Simulation Using Digital Tools and Role Play (Lily Mank, Kristi Lekies, and Anne Baird, School of Environment and Natural Resources)
  • I Don’t Know What You’re Asking Me (Claire Bollinger, Health Sciences)
  • Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich? Engaging Students in Persuasive Scientific Writing (Kristen Heitman, Health Sciences)
  • Making Space for Moments of Wonder (Christiane Buuck, Department of English)
  • Mandatory but optional attendance: a “novel” approach for ensuring attendance and enhancing learning in the classroom by requiring video cameras to be “on” in an online synchronous classroom (Paul Rosile, College of Public Health)
  • Six click tricks: making the most of PowerPoint for sharing slides (Sarah Rusnak, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences)
  • What does that term mean? Creation of an Interactive Virtual Glossary to Support Learning (Molly Downing & Emily Gilbert, College of Pharmacy)