Synchronous Session Schedule

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Note: You must have Zoom version 5.3.0 or higher to join synchronous sessions.

Monday, November 30, 2020

1:30 - 2:00 Conference Welcome & Online Orientation

2:00 - 2:15 Networking

2:30 - 3:30 Plenary Presentation: Jessamyn Neuhaus, SUNY Plattsburgh

3:45 - 4:45 Plenary Presentation: Saundra McGuire, Louisiana State University

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

12:00 - 12:30 Welcome 

12:30 - 1:30   Plenary Presentation: Michelle D. Miller, Northern Arizona University

 1:45  - 2:45   Plenary Presentation:  James Lang, Assumption University

 3:45  - 4:15   Round Table 1:

        Creative Nudging,  Elizabeth Connor, The Citadel

        Constructing Inclusive Environments, Paige Haber- Curran, Shannon Dean-Scott,

        Texas State University

        Strategies for Transforming Teaching Through Rethinking Teaching Goals and   

        Assessment, E. Nicole Mayer, Augusta University

 4:30  - 5:00   Round Table 2:

           Burning Bright Instead of Burning Out, Ingrid Steiner, University of Southern California

        Example-based Learning: Online Instruction + Support in Higher Education Settings,

        Karen Caldwell, SUNY Potsdam

        Stimulate Interest and Motivate Learning Through Multiple Means of Engagement 

        Karen Pezzolla, Bloomfield College

 7:00  - 8:00   Plenary Presentation: Todd Zakrajsek, University North Carolina Chapel Hill

 8:00  - 8:45   Networking

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

12:00 - 12:30 Welcome 

12:30 - 1:30   Plenary Presentation: Lillian Nave, Appalachian State University

 1:45  - 2:45   Plenary Presentation: Kevin Kelly, San Francisco State University

 3:45  - 4:15   Round Table 3:

        Creating Learning Environments to Support Undergraduates' Explorations of Race

        Melissa Levy, University of Virginia, Jess Taggart, University of Virginia, and  Karen Cortez,             University of Virginia 

        TLC Partnerships through two Large Enrollment STEM Courses, Kathleen

        Marrs, IUPUI & Lin Zhu, IUPUI

        Building Rapport with Students Online, Jacqueline Riley, Texas A&M University-

        Commerce, Karyn Miller Texas A&M University at Commerce, Laura Slay Texas A&M

        University at Commerce

 4:30  - 5:00   Round Table 4:

        Rapidly Developing Reusable Faculty Support Resources - The ASPIRE Program Case

        Study, Luca Giupponi, Michigan State University, Daniel Trego, Michigan State University

        ​Intentionally Fostering Relationships And Community In Online Courses, Jamie

        Mansell, Temple University, Anne Frankel, Temple University, Laurie Friedman, Temple

        University, Jennifer Ibrahim, Temple University

        Teaching Diversity To Counter Racial Bias And Promote A Positive Classroom Culture,

        Iglika Pavlova, University of North Carolina Greensboro

 

 8:00  - 8:45   Networking

Thursday, December 3, 2020

12:00 - 12:30 Welcome 

12:30 - 1:30   Plenary Presentation:  Bonni Stachowiak, Vanguard University

 1:45  - 2:45   Plenary Presentation:  Kevin Gannon, Grand View University

 3:45  - 4:15   Round Table 5:

        TEACH! Lessons from Training Faculty for Rapid Online Course Redesign, Melissa Ko,

        Stanford University

        8 Ways to Promote Active Learning in Synchronous Online Classrooms, Lisa Bergson,

        Bridgewater State University

        Teaching in Times of Crisis: College Students Perceptions During COVID-19, Dee

        Kinney, Miami University of Ohio, Wayne Kinney, University of Cincinnati, Kimberly Hale,

        Eastern Kentucky University

 4:30  - 5:00   Round Table 6:

        "I should have retired last year": Themes from the Pandemic, Michael Morrone,

        Indiana University, Christopher Young, Indiana University Northwest

        Lights, Camera, Feedback: Creating Instructor Presence Through Video Feedback,

        Victoria Scharp, Idaho State University, Mark Cooper, Idaho State University

        Time for Contemplation in Online Learning & Teaching, Kathryn Byrnes, Bowdoin

        College

 8:00  - 8:45   Networking

Friday, December 4, 2020

10:30 - 11:00 Round Table 7:

         Personalizing The Impersonal: Digital Faculty Development Programming And

         Individualized Growth, Marc Napolitano, United States Air Force Academy, Kim Hosler,

         United States Air Force Academy

         Supporting Self-Regulated Learning: Teaching Effective Learning Strategies, Brian

         Smith, formerly Graceland University, Sal Meyers, Simpson College

        Impacts of Remote Work on Instructors: Feeling the Burn, Kristen Conte, Baker

        College

 

11:15 - 11:45 Round Table 8:

         Cultivating Engagement: The Pedagogy of Virtually Teaching a Synchronous Group

         Counseling Course, Rebecca Vannest, Oakland University

         Experimentation at a Distance: Engaging Science Learners in Online Laboratories,

         Mary V. Mawn, SUNY Empire State College

         Making Use of the Margins: Supporting Close Reading Skills with Hypothesis, Meg

         Gregory, Webster University and Washington University in St. Louis

        

 

12:00 - 12:30 Welcome Back

 

12:30 -  1:30  Plenary Presentation: Flower Darby, Author of Small Teaching Online

  1:45 -  2:45  Plenary Presentation: Peter Felten, Elon University

  2:45 -  3:15 Closing Remarks

All times listed are Eastern Time Zone 
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