2015 Teaching & Technology Day Events

Schedule of Events

Event Time Event Location
9:30am – 10:am Coffee and Networking Brookens Concourse
10am – 11:25am Presentation 1 Brookens Auditorium
11:25am-11:40am Break
11:40am – 12:30pm Presentation 2 Brookens Auditorium
12:30pm – 1:45pm Lunch PAC C/D
12:30pm – 3pm Informational Tables PAC Concourse
1:45pm – 2:45pm Interactive Sessions PAC Conference Rooms


Event Details

Presentation 1:

10am – 11:25am Brookens Auditorium

“Pedagogy Online & Pedagogy FacetoFace are Two Windows on the Same Soul: People Learning Together”
[NOTE: This session is interactive please bring your own devices to participate]

Presented by: Keith Miller, Ph.D., Orthwein Endowed Professor forLifelong Learning in the Sciences, University of Missouri St. Louis

Presentation 2:

11:40am – 12:30pm Brookens Auditorium

“Maximizing Learning, Creativity & Innovation for All

Presented by: Jessica Phillips, MAEd, MAPsyInstructional Designer &Universal Design and Accessibility CoordinatorOhio State University

Tips for providing learning experiences that will be meaningful to students of a wide variety of abilities,disabilities, experiences, learning preferences, and motivation through principles of Universal Design forLearning (UDL).

Interactive Break-out Sessions:

1:45pm – 2:45pm PAC Conference Rooms

Two Windows on the Same Soul: Continuing theDiscussion

PAC Conference Room C/D

Keith Miller, Ph.D., Orthwein EndowedProfessor for Lifelong Learning in the Sciences,University of Missouri St. Louis

Easy Integration of Universal Design for Learning

PAC Conference Room G

Jessica Phillips, MAEd, MAPsyInstructional Designer &Universal Design and Accessibility CoordinatorOhio State University

Identify opportunities for the integration of universal design for learning into your courses.  Simple solutions for the top five most common accessibility issues will be

A MetaDiscussion on How to Run a Good Discussion

PAC Conference Room E

Lucas Anderson, Specialist in Education,University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign

We will use a simple technique for running good discussions to run a good discussion about running good discussions (it will be a metadiscussion, if you will). We will occasionally pause to examine the very discussion we are having and hence learn how to make a discussion go well. Please come prepared to share your thoughts, concerns, and questions about running effective class discussions.

Informational Tables

12:30pm – 3pm PAC Concourse