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  • Wachtel, Lois; Gellens, Suzanne (2019-11-05)
    Join us as we discuss On-Line Student Engagement, Through the Eyes of the On-Line Learner. With a bit of knowledge, understanding, passion, and creativity, we can help students feel comfortable collaborating on-line. We'll ...
  • White, David; Howlett, Paulette; Nine, Kim (2019-11-05)
    Online Learning-Make the Class Relevant for Everyone According to Khan, Eqbue, Palkie and Madden (2017) "student engagement is key to successful teaching and learning, irrespective of the content and format of the content ...
  • Cumella, Edward; Reyes-Fournier, Elizabeth; Blackman, Gabrielle (2019-11-06)
    The Online Teaching Effectiveness Scale (OTES) is a new assessment tool for online education. Through a comprehensive review of the scholarly literature covering online teaching effectiveness, the authors developed potential ...
  • LaCour, Misty; Massenzio, Lynn; Nyberg, Julia (2019-11-05)
    The presenters will share the details of the Education and Communication Department's (formerly School of Education) Program Evaluation Committee and the Diversity Committee. Both of these committees provide a feedback ...
  • Mahlan, Elaina; Foreman, Melinda Duncan (2019-11-07)
    A positive student-faculty relationship supports successful classroom outcomes. Little is known, however, about the student-faculty relationship in competency-based education nursing programs via distance learning modalities. ...
  • AuCoin, Dena; Jarvie, Lindsey (2019-11-07)
    The recent growth in social media technology is allowing online interaction at an unprecedented scale (Lee & Hsieh, 2013). While these technologies hold amazing potential for online activism, they also hold the potential ...
  • Connor, Valerie (2019-11-06)
    The Students You Meet in the Online Classroom: Instructors face many challenges when they start a new term. One challenge is getting to know the students in the classroom quickly. What type of student typically chooses to ...
  • McLaughlin, Shonda (2019-11-05)
    Years ago, the idea of "heart" being discussed with "leadership" would be laughable. In fact, to some, it may still be. However, according to Crowley (2011), "The heart is the driving force of human achievement" (p. 60). ...
  • Williams, Nikki; Williams, Shandrea P.; Bishop, Kathleen (2019-11-07)
    Students are often faced with many challenges in life, such as a death in the family, a personal illness, or being called away for a military assignment. It is important for professors and administrators to recognize when ...
  • Stevenson, Carolyn (2019-11-06)
    Being mindful of personal strengths and weaknesses is important to effective leadership within administrative roles and instructional roles across the University and in the classroom. Self-assessments tests such Myers-Briggs, ...
  • Fudge, Tamara; Edwards-Walcott, Carol (2019-11-06)
    Our students do not all learn the same; we know that learning styles play a role in understanding difficult concepts. This means that the written word does not serve every student, and we may have to find new ways to provide ...

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