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  • Vandenbosch, Betty (2019-11-04)
    Purdue University Global Chancellor Betty Vandenbosch will discuss the attributes of a growth mindset, compare a growth and fixed mindset, and share behaviors to foster and use a growth mindset.
  • Olson, Joel; Boyer, Nate (2019-11-05)
    Given PG's Missional emphasis on enabling professional skills to achieve career goals, it is important that we learn more about how to assess the transfer of learning from the classroom to the workplace. Further, given the ...
  • 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). ...
  • Lis, Michelle (2019-11-05)
    Connections are the Foundation of the Classroom "Great teachers focus not on compliance but on connections and relationships." (PJ Caposey) In this presentation, we will talk through the importance of connections in the ...
  • Keathley, Michael; Ingram, Kathy; LaCour, Misty; Cairns, Chrissine (2019-11-05)
    Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) has organically evolved at Purdue Global during the last decade in accordance with the typical stages described by Condon and Rutz (2013), and much progress has been made in supporting ...
  • Laman, Carol; Bass, Christina (2019-11-05)
    Studies indicate that student engagement plays a vital role in relation to higher education retention rates (Caruth, 2018). Engagement builds a sense of community within the learning environment and provides an opportunity ...
  • Vandemark, Marjorie; Gill, Sally; Sharma, Ritu (2019-11-05)
    Humanizing Online Learning: How to help students initiate, implement & maintain behaviors for academic success introduces humanistic theory with a transition to Raymond Wlodkowski's Theory of Motivating Adult Learners. ...
  • McElligott, Jane (2019-11-05)
    In the words of Audre Lorde, "There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives." Intersectionality is the term coined by Kimberle Crenshaw (1989) to describe "the social, economic, ...
  • Gray, John (2019-11-05)
    Join us as we explore ways that online courses can increase student learning and career development opportunities. One strength of having students in a class from many locations is that diversity of background, geography ...
  • 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 ...
  • Kelly, Teresa; Bone, Sheryl; Fuller, Bonnie; Fussell, Galia; Love, Jessica (2019-11-05)
    From calling a car trunk a bonnet to the soda versus pop debate, the English Language appears in multiple varieties around the world (Baugh and Cable, 1993). At the University level, Purdue Global has changed the verbiage ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Thompson, Stephanie; Kelly, Teresa; Adelman, Deborah; Aubuchon, Debora; Edwards-Walcott, Carol; Sharma, Ritu; Fuller, Bonnie (2019-11-06)
    Like students, online faculty require flexibility in development. Microlearning approaches especially highlight flexibility (Micro-credentials and Digital Badges, 2019). One microlearning program that PG faculty consistently ...
  • 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 ...
  • Fuller, Bonnie (2019-11-06)
    Purdue Global's mission focuses on flexible personalized education that enables students to develop essential academic and professional skills, and students enter higher education to gain knowledge, skills and abilities ...
  • Frank, Harla (2019-11-06)
    Purdue University Global is growing in numbers and diversity! Nurturing a culture of acceptance and inclusion is vital for our institution's growth and our students' development. How is this done in an online environment ...
  • 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, ...
  • Nyberg, Julia; Beckett, Kelvin; Bourne, Bea; Hamilton, Roy; Jackson, Kenneth; Morris, Karen; Thomas, Renee (2019-11-06)
    Continue the conversation discussing diversity and inclusion with colleagues from across the Purdue University system. Gain insight on projects and initiatives that address diversity and inclusion from a system-wide ...
  • Kelly, Teresa; Keathley, Michael; Green, Barbara; O'Neil, Katie; Vice, Josef (2019-11-06)
    While using data in higher education has become an emerging trend Drake and Walz, 2018), some studies question its effectiveness in improving teaching and learning, especially in early-term courses (Cox, et al., 2017). One ...

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