Your OLS and CETL teams are cohosting the second annual SPC Teaching and Learning Conference – Inspiring Excellence!
This innovative learning event will be held on Friday, March 24th from 8:30am to 4:00pm at EPI Center.
The day will be filled with presentations addressing all areas of teaching and learning at SPC!
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Nationally recognized teaching and learning resource, Jose Bowen will be our keynote speaker during lunch.
Reserve your seat today! Please complete the Conference Registration Survey by March 3rd.
Topics of interest include:
- Time Management (streamline grading techniques, time saves in the LMS, crafting a syllabus for success)
- Work/Life Balance
- Strategies for Student Engagement (feedback, instructor2student communication, active learning)
- Authentic Assessments (group work, critical thinking, student ePortfolios)
- Face2Face Teaching and Learning Strategies (alternative course resources, LMS to compliment F2F engagement, collaborative topics and innovative pedagogy)
- Beyond the Faculty: SPC Resources to Support Student Success (Student Support Services, Mental Health Resources, Career and Academic Support, International Opportunities)
- And more!
|BASDH and BSN Interprofessional MyCourses Collaboration – Christine Patel|
|Blended Learning: New Realities in Engaging Students – Audrey Ellison|
|Balancing Your Professional and Personal Life: 4th Generation Time Management – Nathan Muehl|
|Re-ignite the Desire for Learning: Student Agency Approach – Latrica Williams|
|The Text-Neutral Course – Nathan Muehl|
|Exploring Media Bias: What’s true and what’s fake in the News and on Social media? – Linda Reifler-Alessi|
|Cultivating Self-Esteem in the Classroom and Beyond – Dawn Janusz|
|Developing Your Students’ Core Competencies with Faculty Created Learning Toolkits – George Lloyd|
|Open Education Resources for student success – Gary Abernethy|
|Gifted and Learning Challenged (at the same time): The Classroom Enigma of the Twice-Exceptional Learner – Saunya Talley|
|Peer Review of Writing in Science Labs – Kristin Simunac|
|Study Abroad & Quality Service Learning in Wild Places – Jim Wallis|
|Get rid of the box! How to use metacognitive strategies in and out of the classroom – Anna Tingley|
|Roll Up Your Sleeves: Service Learning Applied – Tara Newsom|
|A Novel Approach to teaching the novel in Developmental Reading – Penelope Craig|
|Positive Psychology in the Multi-Dimensional Classroom – Jean Coleman|
|Sustainable Aquaponics: A Muiti-disciplinary Tool For Education, Food, And Research – William Falls|
|Your Brain on Learning – Rachel Bennett|
|Embrace and Expand Your Expertise: Submitting and Publishing Your Work – Sheree Greer|
|Finding the time to save time with Faculty Tools – Jamie Ferrazano|
|Tired of telling students to put away their phones? Use them to stimulate collaborative learning – Colin Everhart|
|The Fluid Classroom – Anthony Appleton|
|Gaming to Create Future Ready Student – Nancy Watkins|
|Using Agile Methodologies with staff or in the classroom – James Connolly|
|Contextualization In General Education Courses: Panel Discussion – Carol Weideman|
|Student Access to Global Engagement (SAGE): Strategies for classroom, campus and beyond – Ramona Kirsch|
|Confessions of Feedback Junkies – Jennifer Haber|
|Leveling the Playing Field by Accommodating All Students – Bruce McClintock|
|Case Management Advising Model at SPC – Kellie Ziemak|
|Create Instructional, and Collaborative Interactive Presentations, Integrating Google Slides and D2L – Larry Ducey|
|Retention, Completion, Compliance, Oh My! – Aimee Stubbs|
|Creating accessible course content – Anastasia Charalambakos|
|A Few Good Words About Writing Assignments – Shelbey Rosengarten|
|Using Forensics to Teach Science – Nikki Jorgensen-Zidar|
We look forward to this exciting teaching and learning event!
The SPC Teaching and Learning Conference Team