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April 6th Synchronous Schedule


12:00 - 12:50PM EASTERN TIME

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

International Teaching Learning Cooperative

Game Changing Teaching Tips: Getting Students to Prepare for Class

Welcome to the ITLC Lilly Online Conference! 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.

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2:15 - 3:00PM EASTERN TIME

Stephanie Foote, John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education

Metacognitive Teaching: Reflecting on Our Teaching Practice

This session will focus on strategies and approaches faculty can take to use metacognition to reflect on their own teaching practice.

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3:15 - 4:00 PM EASTERN TIME

Connected Teaching: A Conversation with Harriet L. Schwartz, PhD

Harriet Schwartz, Carlow University

Teaching is a relational practice. From brief interactions to ongoing educational relationships, our connections with students catalyze (and sometimes complicate) teaching and learning.

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4:15 - 5:00PM EASTERN TIME

Kathryn Smith, ITLC

Todd Zakrajsek, ITLC

Classroom Community Building Strategies: Onsite and Online

Using a Community Building Card© set as an example, this session includes several strategies to engage students in community-building activities throughout the semester.


NOTE: This is a sponsored session by Educational Blueprints. 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

Courtney Plotts, Council For At Risk Student Education & Professional Standards

Creating Culture Presence: Climate, Community, and Coursework

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.

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2:15 - 3:00 PM EASTERN TIME

Chavella Pittman, Dominican University, Effective & Efficient Faculty

10 In the Moment Responses to Acts of Student Incivility

When faculty have an idea of what they might say (and practice doing so), it better equips and prepares them to act more immediately, and more confidently, when troublesome teaching moments arise.

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3:15 - 4:00 PM EASTERN TIME

Bloom and beyond: Expanding Our Ideas About Learning Outcomes

Bridget Arend, Intentional College Teaching

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.

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8:00 - 9:00PM EASTERN TIME

Networking: Discussions on Staying Excited about Our Fields

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.

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