Conversations in Celebration of Teaching


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Featuring presenters from across the university, Conversations in Celebration of Teaching provides faculty, administrators, and staff with an opportunity to see the wide variety of innovative work connected to teaching being done at Auburn. Modeled after academic poster sessions, the event allows faculty to showcase their work with writing, innovative curriculum, ePortfolios, assessing student learning, or using technology. The more than 200 participants engage in cross-disciplinary conversations over light refreshments throughout the event. Whether you are contributing a poster or not, come enjoy the conversations with your colleagues and academic leaders.

Attendance is free, but help us plan appropriate refreshments by registering at: http://ouw-auburn.2016-cct-registration.sgizmo.com/s3/

 

General Information

Date – January 29, 2016
Time – 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Location – Auburn Hotel and Conference Center

Registration – http://ouw-auburn.2016-cct-registration.sgizmo.com/s3/

 

Presenters

Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
Michelle Worosz
Wicked Problems: Sowing the Seeds of Inquiry and Cultivating Reflexivity
Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology
Elaine Coleman
RBC’s of Teaching Basic Sciences: Making it Relevant, Building on Basics, Challenging Students to Think
Animal Sciences
Terry Brandebourg
Integrating the Growth Mindset into Growth Physiology Curriculum: Applying Basic Science Principles
Carolyn Huntington
Integrating Writing, Curriculum Changes and Assessment in Animal Sciences
Art & Art History
Chuck Hemard
Curriculum Development for ePortfolio
Jessye McDowell
Curriculum Development for ePortfolio
Biological Sciences
Sharon Roberts
Just-in-Time Problem-Based-Learning: Using Canvas in an iPad-based Classroom
Biosystems Engineering
Sushil Adhikari
Engaging Undergraduate Students in Bioenergy Research Through SEED Fellowship
Oladiran Fasina
Enhancing the Educational Experience of Biosystems Engineering Students – Past 10 Years
Steve Taylor
Teaching Improvement Activities in Biosystems Engineering Excellence in Education Award
Chemical Engineering
Virginia Davis
Nanotechnology and the Engineering Grand Challenges in a Freshman Engineering Course
Chemistry and Biochemistry
John Gorden
Assessment Options: Adaptive Testing in Chemistry
Lynn Mandeltort
Undergraduate Learning Assistant in Auburn COSAM
Clinical Pharmacy Practice
Kristen Helms
Written Peer Assessments by Third Year Pharmacy Students: A Descriptive Analysis of Quality and Content
Communication Disorders
Laura Willis
Out with the Old, In with the New
Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences
Thorsten Knappenberger
Education Turned Over by a Glass Board
Curriculum and Teaching
Jamie Harrison
Assessing the Impact of a Language Immersion Experience on Future ESOL Teachers' Understandings about English Language Learners
Educational Foundations, Leadership, and Technology
Leslie Cordie
Graduate Student Professional Development: Advancing Andragogy using ePortfolio in Adult Education
Joni Lakin
Nanotechnology and the Engineering Grand Challenges in a Freshman Engineering Course
Educational Psychology
Ashlee Duffy
Integrating Writing, Curriculum Changes and Assessment in Animal Sciences
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Joshua Hollingsworth
The Implementation of Team-Based Learning in an Osteopathic Medical School Pharmacology Course
Courtney Gamston
The Implementation of Team-Based Learning in an Osteopathic Medical School Pharmacology Course
English
Diana Eidson
Getting into the Archives and Going into the Community: First-Year Students Doing Primary Research
Miriam Clark
Bringing it All Together: ePortfolios in a Capstone Seminar
Lindsay Doukopoulos
Mapping My Campus: A Multi-Modal Project Integrating iPad Technology and Team-Based Learning
Finance
Beverly Marshall
Communicating Global Issues in Business
Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Patricia Hartman
Assessing Information Literacy Skills of Students Before and After Formal Inclusion in the Classroom: A Case Study in a Natural Resource Policy Course
Jim Shepard
Assessing Information Literacy Skills of Students Before and After Formal Inclusion in the Classroom: A Case Study in a Natural Resource Policy Course
Wayde Morse
Teaching Quality and Quantity: Developing a Comprehensive Criteria for Promotion and Tenure
Todd Steury
Teaching Quality and Quantity: Developing a Comprehensive Criteria for Promotion and Tenure
Geosciences
Stephanie Shepherd
Bringing Landscape Inside: Incorporating Technology and Active Learning Strategies into the Geoscience Classroom
History
Keith Hebert
Putting History to Work Beyond the Ivory Tower: Using Engaged Active Learning to Foster Reciprocal Community Relations
Kelly Kennington
Hopping into History: Engaging Students through Contemporary Global Issues
Human Development and Family Studies
Megan Haselschwerdt
Peer Review and Collaboration in Team-Based Research Projects
Interior Design
Lindsay Tan
How to Eat an Elephant: Scaffolding as a Way to Tackle Big Learning Outcomes One Bite at a Time
Libraries
Adelia Grabowsky
Merging Spaces and Melding Ideas: Using Participatory Design for the RBD Library/Mell Classroom Project
Kasia Leousis
Merging Spaces and Melding Ideas: Using Participatory Design for the RBD Library/Mell Classroom Project
Greg Schmidt
Merging Spaces and Melding Ideas: Using Participatory Design for the RBD Library/Mell Classroom Project
Cayce Van Horn
Merging Spaces and Melding Ideas: Using Participatory Design for the RBD Library/Mell Classroom Project
Materials Engineering
Edward Davis
Nanotechnology and the Engineering Grand Challenges in a Freshman Engineering Course
Mathematics and Statistics
Regina Greiwe Jackson
Inquiry Based Learning with Technology in Precalculus: Algebra
Xiangqian Meng
Inquiry Based Learning with Technology in Precalculus: Algebra
Ngartelbaye Guerngar
Inquiry Based Learning with Technology in Precalculus: Algebra
Mechanical Engineering
PK Raju
Nanotechnology and the Engineering Grand Challenges in a Freshman Engineering Course
Cibele Falkenberg
From Phenomenological Cartoons to Computational Models: Evolving Images Bridge Biology & Engineering
Nursing
Kelley Noll
Reflecting on Reflective Writing: Faculty Development
Bonnie Sanderson
Reflecting on Reflective Writing: Faculty Development
Francine Parker
Reflecting on Reflective Writing: Faculty Development
Office of the Provost
S. Raj Chaudhury
(Pre-class) Video Viewing Habits of Students & Performance/Participation in Class
Betsy Gilbertson
Classes to Go: What You Need to Know
Andrew Gillespie
Auburn's GLobla Teaching Academy: A Resource for the Future"
Megan Good
An Administrator Does an ePortfolio: Valuing Evidence-Based Work in Administration
Office of University Writng
James Truman
Cite Like a Boss: How to Help Your Students Use Citation Effectively
Physics
Ameya Kolarkar
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Lessons: Transfer in Science
Marcelo Kuroda
Enhancing Student Engagement in Courses for Physics Majors through Online Resources
Stuart Loch
(Pre-class) Video Viewing Habits of Students & Performance/Participation in Class
David Ennis
Implementation of Peer Review and the Revision Process for Scientific Writing in an Introductory Honors Physics Course
Kevin Ross
Implementation of Peer Review and the Revision Process for Scientific Writing in an Introductory Honors Physics Course
Political Science
Cathleen Erwin
Want Your Students to Write Like Professionals? Help Them Read and Review Like Professionals.
Poultry Science
Kate Meloche
Practical Writing for Poultry Science: Problem-Solving Memo
Bill Dozier
Practical Writing for Poultry Science: Problem-Solving Memo
Psychology
Aimee Callender
Effecting Better Learning Outcomes by Student-Sourcing of Problems
School of Accountancy
Jennifer Mueller
Finding Efficiencies in College-Wide Assessment
School of Fisheries, Aquaculture & Aquatic Sciences
Lauren Jescovitch
Adopting CIRTL to Enhance STEM Teaching Practices
School of Industrial & Graphic Design
Randall Bartlett
A Distinguishing Factor: Establishing Visual Continuity from Print to Digital
Kelly Bryant
Typography, the Visual Voice of an ePortfolio
Theatre
Chase Bringardner
Manifesting the Citizen Artist: The Manifesto in the Theatre and Performance Classroom

 

Sponsors

Office of University Writing
Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning
Media and Digital Resources Laboratory