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USG Teaching and Learning Conference - April 11-12, 2019 - Athens Georgia

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Wednesday, April 10
 

7:30am

8:45am

9:00am

9:45am

10:00am

11:00am

12:00pm

12:30pm

1:15pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

4:00pm

5:00pm

Poster Session & Social Reception - Co-Sponsored by Affordable Learning Georgia and eCampus Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree Gallaria P01-Osmosis and Diffusion: Examining the Effects of Instruction on Student Writing and Knowledge Retention in an Introductory Biology Laboratory Course Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaAakanksha Angra • Stephanie Gutzler P02-Improving Student Reading Quiz Scores: Collaborative Annotations in Perusall v. Traditional Reading Guides Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaLauren Barbeau • Desiree' Riley P03-Switching to OER in Abnormal Psychology Course: Improved Critical Thinking Skills, Improved Integration of Material, Improved Grades Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaMarianna Baykina P04-The Opensource Textbook, OpenStax Chemistry, is an Effective Low Cost Alternative to Traditional Publisher Textbooks for Principles of Chemistry Courses at Perimeter College, a 2-year unit of Georgia State... Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaJanna Blum • Michael Nelson • Manuela Vanegas P05-Re-envisioning a Sociology Program Pathway & Curriculum Map as a Plan of Student Success and Mastery of Outcomes. Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaPamela Brown • Dorene Medlin P06-Enhancing Active Learning in Online Graduate Education Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaEthel Santiago • Laura Caramanica P07-A Handbook of Synchronous Online Language Teaching Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaSeung-Eun Chang • Lee Oh • Jong Lee P08-Debate and Media for Advanced-level Language Course Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaSeung-Eun Chang • Lee Oh • Jong Lee P09-An Autoethnographic Approach to Student-Centered Learning in Health Administration Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaLesley Clack P10-Student Preferences for Inclusive or Standard Syllabus Language Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaEllen Cotter P11-Client-Based Learning and Writing for Nonprofits Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaLeigh Dillard • Amanda Ayers • Selene Godina • Amber Tyner P12-Enhancing Student Engagement in STEM through Development and Implementation of Cross-Curriculum Modules Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaCelia Dodd • Robin Bright • Tiffani Holmes • Miranda Knight P14-Establishing the Argumentation Process in the Engineering Sciences: Improvement in Student Performance Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaTim Foutz P15-LEAP First: Honors College Program First-Year Seminars at UWG Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaAnne Gaquere • Janet Donohoe • Christopher Jett • J. Salvador Peralta P16-SEEP: A Three-Year Plan to Enhance STEM Education at the University of West Georgia Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaScott Gordon • Anne Gaquere P17-Collaborative Learning in an Asynchronous Environment: How Consensus Building Can Improve Student Engagement in Research Methods Courses Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaPhillip Grant P18-Correlations Between Student Variables and Performance on the edTPA Teaching Portfolio Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaKatherine B. Green • Sandra Robbins • James Schwab P19-What TILT Built: Boosting Outcomes for Students, Especially in Gateway Courses, Through Transparent Assignment Design Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaRod McRae • Katherine B. Green P20-Redesigning Two Biology Courses as a Capstone Sequence to Include a Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaJulie Havens • Kimbery Hunt P21-Epistemological Beliefs in Experimental Psychology Courses Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaScott Hinze P22-Understanding Appalachian Literature and Culture Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaJason Horn P23-Building a Skill Set for Discovery and Exploration of Evidence for Veterinary Practice Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaDavid Hurley • Ben Bowen • Meagan Thomason • Julia Walton • Jamie Winokur • Amanda Wonn P24-Using Lego's Octan Race Car to Simulate a Factory to Demonstrate Managerial Accounting in Action Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaLaura King P26-Experiential Learning in Online Classes - Helping the Next Gen Win Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaNicole Lynch P27-Scavenger Hunt: Utilizing Resources That Are Available on Campus Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaCandace Lynn P28-Common Annotation for Online Lesson Planning Instruction Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaKathryn Haughney P29-Incorporating Immediate Online Feedback System into Large Engineering Classroom Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaAdel Al Weshah • Colleen Kuusinen P30-Do My Students Get It? Integrating Formative Assessment into your Teaching Practice Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaZoe Hensley Morris • Colleen Kuusinen • Lisa LaCross P31-Time-Saving Ways to Increase Instructor Engagement in Online Classes and Create Collaborative and Authentic Learning Experiences for Students Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaMary Morse P32-Explaining College Students’ Opinion on Immigration, Financing of Public Education, Health Care, and Legalization of Marijuana Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaClemente Quinones • Nihad Ademovic • Xheneta Kuci • Najee Johnson P33-Enhancing Learning with Gaming by Flipped Classes Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaAyman Saad P34-Increasing Student Engagement in the Online Course thru the Strategic use of VoiceThread Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaScott Smith P35-Instruction Opportunities for Undergraduates Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaVanessa Swenson • Braden Turner P36-Tick, Tick, Boom: Simulating Decision-Making in a Human Rights Context Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaAnne Watson P37-Assessing Scientific Literacy in Online Learning: Insight from Efforts to Revamp an Introductory Course in the Natural Sciences Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaRebecca McKee P38-Examining Preservice ELA Teachers use of Sentence Diagramming to Boost Self-efficacy Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree GallariaTaylor Norman • Nancy Remler
 
Thursday, April 11
 

8:00am

8:45am

9:00am

9:45am

10:00am

11:00am

12:00pm

1:15pm

2:15pm

3:00pm

3:15pm

4:15pm

Roundtable Sessions Mahler Hall Table 01-Planting the Seeds for a Successful Faculty Learning Community Mahler HallRhonda Amerson • Rex Andrews • Douglas Bice • Victoria Guarisco • Melissa Jordan • Neil Rigole Table 02-Picking up the PACE - Enhancing Student Learning Through Partnering Academics and Community Engagement Mahler HallElnora Farmer • Antoinette France-Harris • Shandra McDonald • Francine Norflus Table 03-Our Campus LEAP Vision: Next Steps Mahler HallDon Brown • Debra Matthews • Derrilyn Morrison • Kimberly Pickens Table 04-Enriching an Internship and First-Year Seminars Through LEAP, HIPs, & a CTL Mahler HallRyan Bronkema • Erica Lee • Rod McRae Table 05-Using Guided Practice to improve the design of your flipped classroom Mahler HallAdrienne Cottrell-Yongye • Grace Onodipe Table 06-Video Monitoring During Online Testing: A Game Changer for Students and Instructors Mahler HallAndrea Nelson • Karen Valaitis Table 07-Co-Teaching in an Online Environment: Discovering Best Practices Mahler HallLogan Arrington • Angela Branyon Table 08-Critical Teaching Behaviors: Do You Know Good Teaching When You See It? Mahler HallLauren Barbeau • Claudia Cornejo Happel Table 09-Universal Design Principles with a Focus on Math Equation Accessibility Mahler HallYinning Zhang Table 10-Improving Student-Teacher Interactions to Improve Student Learning Mahler HallCarrie Carmack Table 11-Backward Course Design Mahler HallJeannie Pridmore Table 12-Are You A "Virtual Assistant" Or A Teacher? Mahler HallDr. Sheikh Tijan Drammeh Table 13-Building Metacognitive Capacity in Interdisciplinary Learners Mahler HallBenjamin Brooks Table 14-We’ve Gone Open: Now What?” Addressing Sustainability in OER Courses Mahler HallJeff Gallant
 
Friday, April 12
 

8:00am

9:00am

9:45am

10:00am

11:00am

12:00pm

 


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