The Office of Faculty Development and Instructional Development have partnered with colleagues from across campus to host a full-day conference on January 19th, 2018.
- Learn about innovative teaching and learning taking place at UMass Dartmouth.
- Network with your peers from across campus.
- Participate in a highly interactive “Do, Show, Tell, Review, and Ask” session by engaging in pattern recognition, crafting problems prior to solving them, collaborating to promote social learning, and employing immediately usable techniques for your courses. Presented by Dr. Jeff D. Borden.
Breakfast & Registration
CCB Lobby, 8:30am
CCB 149, 9:00am
Provost’s Teaching and Learning with Technology Award Presentation
CCB 149, 9:15am
Sessions – 10:00am
Engaging Students in Collaborative Learning Strategies
- Margaret Rudd-Arieta, College of Nursing
- Lynn D’Esmond, College of Nursing
- Hilary Kraus, Library
- Mary McCurry, College of Nursing
- Jennifer Viveiros, College of Nursing
Sessions – 11:00am
Integration of Computation in STEM Courses
- Jay Wang, College of Engineering
Grounding Experiential Learning: “Processing Place” at the College of Visual & Performing Arts
- Rebecca Uchill, College of Visual & Performing Arts
Complimentary Lunch for Attendees – 12:00pm
Lunch will take place in the Library Living Room. Please join a round table discussion sponsored by Scholarly Communications if interested. Topics include metrics, OER, copyright/fair-use, and publication contracts.
Keynote – 1:00pm
Neuroscience + Learning Research + Educational Technology = Education 3.0 by Dr. Jeff Borden
Claire T. Carney Library – Library Living Room
About the Speaker
Dr. Jeff D. Borden provides practical, researched, intentional strategies for changing learning as the Chief Innovation Officer at Saint Leo University. Dr. Borden has written editorials, blogs, and given interviews for dozens of academic and popular media, as well as having presented to more than 5,000 audiences in the last 20 years across 38 countries. Dr. Borden will provide practical, researched, intentional strategies for changing learning. Listen in as Jeff shares insights regarding education technology, academic vision, rigorous research, and learning design.
This highly interactive session will “Do, Show, Tell, Review, and Ask” as participants engage in pattern recognition, craft problems prior to solving them, collaborate in real-time to promote social learning, and employ other, immediately usable techniques for the classroom. This presentation will focus on ways to create multi-nodal and multi-modal connections based on effective practices from practitioners around the globe, all of which could be categorized as Education 3.0.
Participants will be shown many examples of web assets and learning experiences that promote social learning, transformative learning, game based learning, and learning based on cognitive science. The audience will see and hear about how to create authentic assessment and problem-based learning experiences. Be sure to bring your devices, as the session will encourage feedback, web-based experiences, and interaction. Finally, participants will leave this presentation with tangible resources and opportunities for immediate application.
- Academic Director of Online Education
- Instructional Development
- Office of Faculty Development
- Office of the Provost
- University Extension
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any conference-related questions.
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