April 13th Synchronous Schedule
12:00 - 12:50PM EASTERN TIME
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
International Teaching Learning Cooperative
Game Changing Teaching Tips: Instilling a Growth Mindset
Join Todd Zakrajsek each Wednesday at the start of the conference for Game Changing Teaching Tips. This interactive session will kick start your day of synchronous programming.
2:15 - 3:00PM EASTERN TIME
Milton D. Cox, Miami University
Creating and Sustaining Face-to-Face and Virtual FLCs
FLCs are one of the most effective forms of improving teaching and impacting student learning. This is your opportunity to learn from the person who started it all and ask your questions about FLCs.
3:15 - 4:00 PM EASTERN TIME
Cultivating Resilience in the Classroom Utilizing Gratitude and Reflective Writing
JoAnne Bullard, Rowan University
This presentation will address the benefits of cultivating gratitude and implementing reflective writing practices for college students in traditional and online learning environments. Cultivating Resilience in the Classroom Utilizing Gratitude and Reflective Writing
4:15 - 5:00PM EASTERN TIME
Ben Laptad, Strategic Education, Inc.
Using Design Thinking to Solve Problems for Online, Hybrid, and In-Person Learning
Explore how to use different categorizations of student learning that empower us to articulate our many hopes for student learning and revisit our passion for teaching.
NOTE: This is a sponsored session by SEI. Although the focus will be on student learning, the sponsor product may be mentioned or included in this session.
1:00 - 2:00PM EASTERN TIME
Stephen Brookfield, Teacher's College, Columbia University
Becoming a White Antiracist
This interactive workshop will highlight practical solutions for creating psycho-educational practices that are embedded in culturally responsive teaching for online spaces. Participants will learn about a new model and applications for culturally responsive teaching and standards that support such practices.
2:15 - 3:00 PM EASTERN TIME
Asynchronous Online Discussions that Change Student Thinking
This session will help participants develop strategies for deliberately designing online discussions that ensure student engagement and change student thinking.
3:15 - 4:00 PM EASTERN TIME
Embracing Student Diversity in the Midst of Our Society’s Strife
Kathleen Gabriel, University of Arizona
Our student population is more diverse than ever before in terms of economic-social backgrounds and ethnicities. As professors, we embrace student diversity, but there can be tensions among our students. Being able to foster respect, fairness, and a “sense of belonging” in our classes can create an atmosphere for increased learning.
8:00 - 9:00PM EASTERN TIME
Networking: Colleague Support Systems
The ITLC Lilly Conferences have always been about building community and moving online has not changed that! Join us for this interactive session to connect with your Lilly colleagues.