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FALL 2015

Exploring the Creative and Innovative Instructional Makerspaces at MSU​
Facilitator:
Emily Brozovic, Instructional Designer, Learning, Design and Technology, IT Services, MSU

Faculty Panel:
William Hart-Davidson, Associate Professor, Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures, MSU
Timothy Hinds, Academic Director, CoRE, College of Engineering, MSU
Paul Jaques, Director, Student and Community Engagement for Spartan Innovations, MSU
Brandon Locke, Director, LEADR (Lab for the Education and Advancement in Digital Research), Department of History, MSU
Terence O'Neill, Entrepreneurship Librarian
Nick Noel, Manager, Student Media Center, MSU
David Sheridan, Associate Professor, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, MSU
Ken Szymusiak, Director, Institute of Entrepreneurship, MSU
Theresa Winge, Associate Professor, Department of Art, Art History, and Design, and Director, Creative Exploratory,MSU
Leigh Graves Wolf, Director of Innovation Advocacy, MSU Global

Scholarly and Scientific Communications in the Digital Age
Steven Weiland, Professor, Educational Administration, MSU

Using Quality Matters as a Faculty-Centered Peer Review Process
Dave Goodrich, Instructional Designer, IT Services: Teaching & Learning Technology, MSU
Rebecca Lawson, Computer Information Technology, Lansing Community College
Cathleen McGreal, Coordinator of Online Programs, Department of Psychology, MSU
Stephen Thomas, Assistant Professor, Zoology Department; Associate Director, Center for Integrative Studies in General Science; Digital Curriculum Coordinator, College of Natural Sciences, MSU
Ryan Yang, Assistant Director, IT Services: Teaching & Learning Technology, MSU

Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning at MSU
Facilitator:
Deborah DeZure, Assistant Provost for Faculty and Organizational Development, MSU

Speakers:
Gerd Kortemeyer, Associate Professor, College of Natural Science, Department of Physics, MSU
Douglas Luckie, Associate Professor, Lyman Briggs Residential College and College of Natural Science,  Department of Physiology, MSU
Natalie Phillips, Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Letters, Department of English, MSU
Ryan Sweeder, Associate Professor, Lyman Briggs Residential College, MSU
Catherine Westfall, Associate Professor, Lyman Briggs Residential College and College of Natural Science,  Department of Physiology, MSU
Karin Zitzewitz, Associate Professor, College of Arts and Letters, Department of Art, Art History, and Design, MSU
Panel of MSU students

Developing and Using Rubrics to Teach and To Assess Student Learning: What, Why and How
Julie Lindquist, Professor, Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures, MSU
Bump Halbritter, Associate Professor, Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures, MSU

The Accommodating Classroom: Creating Access and Opportunity for Learners
Michael Hudson, Director, Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, MSU
Paulette Granberry Russell, Sr. Advisor to the President for Diversity, and Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Kristine Moore, Assistant General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, MSU


SPRING 2015

Think Differently. Teach Differently. Creativity in Your Classroom
Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Professor, Professional Writing, College of Arts and Letters, MSU
Karl Gude, Academic Specialist, Journalism, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU

Using Game-like Elements to Enhance Student Engagement and Learning
Joe Grimm, Editor in Residence, School of Journalism, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU
Carrie Heeter, Professor of Media and Information, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU
Glenn Stutzky, Senior Clinical Instructor, School of Social Work, MSU

Promoting Students’ Motivation and Engagement
​Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia, Associate Professor, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education, College of Education, MSU

Using Classroom Assessment Techniques to Promote Active Learning in Face to Face and Online Courses
Deborah DeZure, Assistant Provost for Faculty and Organizational Development, MSU
Patricia Stewart, Director, Faculty and Instructional Development, Office of Faculty and Organizational Development, MSU

Innovations in Supporting International Students: Best Practices in Teaching
William Donohue, Member, University Committee on Faculty Affairs; Distinguished Professor, Communication, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU
Panelists featured faculty who demonstrated exceptional teaching practice, particularly with international students

Teaching Policy​
Moderator:
Patricia Stewart, Director, Faculty and Instructional Development, Office of Faculty and Organizational Development, MSU

Panelists:
Joshua Cowen, Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education, MSU
Rebecca Jacobsen, Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education, Associate Director of the Education Policy Center, MSU
Jeanette Klemczak, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, MSU
Mark Largent, Associate Professor for James Madison College, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, Lyman Briggs College, MSU
Kathleen Poindexter, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, MSU
Sarah Reckhow, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, MSU


FALL 2014

Moving from Effective Teacher to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor and Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Introduction to Cooperative Learning
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor and Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Exploring the Flipped Model
Sev Grabski, Senior Faculty Advisor, Instructional Technology, IT Services, MSU
Patti Stewart, Director, Faculty and Instructional Development, F&OD, MSU
Panel of faculty who flip their classrooms

Effectively Integrating Social Media Tools in the Classroom​
Emily Brozovic, Instructional Designer, Learning, Design and Technology, IT Services, MSU
Panel of faculty who have used social media tools, MSU

Undergraduate Learning Goals (ULG) at MSU​
Kirk Kidwell, Director, Center of Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities, MSU
James Lucas, Assistant Dean for Global Education and Curriculum, Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, MSU
Doug Estry, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Office of the Provost, MSU

Using the Learning Portfolio to Enhance and Assess Student Learning​
John Zubizarreta, Director, Honors and Faculty Development, Columbia College, S.C. and Carnegie Foundation/Case U.S. Professor of the Year 1994.

Using the Power of Reflection for Significant Learning​
John Zubizarreta, Director, Honors and Faculty Development, Columbia College, S.C. and Carnegie Foundation/Case U.S. Professor of the Year 1994.


SPRING 2014

Assessment 101
Amy Driscoll, Consulting Scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Exploring the Flipped Model
Sev Grabski, Senior Faculty Advisor, Instructional Technology, IT Services
Patti Stewart, Instructional Designer, IT Services – Teaching & Learning
Panel of faculty who flip their classrooms

Using the Learning Portfolio to Enhance and Assess Student Learning
John Zubizarreta, Director, Honors & Faculty Development, Columbia College

Using the Power of Reflection for Significant Learning
John Zubizarreta, Director, Honors & Faculty Development, Columbia College

Instructional Spaces at MSU​
Sev Grabski, Senior Faculty Advisor, Instructional Technology, IT Services, MSU
Barbara Kranz, Director, Facilities Planning and Space Management, MSU

Tech-Savvy Teaching: Blending In-Class and Online Pedagogies
Patti Stewart, Instructional Designer, IT Services – Teaching & Learning
Nate Evans, Instructional Designer, IT Services – Teaching & Learning
Emily Brozovic, Instructional Designer, IT Services – Teaching & Learning

MSU’s Changing Classroom: Challenges and Best Practices for the Academic Success of International Students
Moderators:
Peter Briggs, Director, Office for International Students and Scholars, MSU
William Donohue, Member, University Committee on Faculty Affairs; Distinguished Professor, Communication, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU

Keynote Speaker:
Bridget Fletcher, Assistant Director of Student Services, Duke University

MSU Presenters:
Patricia Croom, Associate Director, MSU Office of Admissions
Doug Estry, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Office of the Provost, MSU
Lynn Lammers, Artistic Coordinator, Transforming Theatre Ensemble, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Guofang Li, Associate Professor, Teacher Education, College of Education, MSU
Patricia Walters, Associate Director, English Language Center, College of Arts and Letters, MSU
Geri Alumit Zeldes, Associate Professor, Journalism, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU
Panel of Faculty and Support Staff


FALL 2013

Real Work is Better than Homework
Brian P. Coppola, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan

Designing Around Real Work
Brian P. Coppola, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan

Designing Your Courses for More Significant Learning
Dee Fink, Dee Fink & Associates, Norman, Oklahoma

Meeting of Minds: Roundtable Discussion for Instructors
Korine Wawrzynski, Director, Undergraduate Research, MSU
Justin Micomonaco, Research Specialist, Honors College, MSU
Dirk Colbry, Research Specialist, Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research (iCER), MSU

Making Diversity Work for Your Classroom: Pedagogical Strategies to Promote Inclusion and Reduce Conflict​
Jeanne Gazel, Director of the Multi-Racial Unity Living Experience (MRULE), Office of VPSAS, MSU
Jessica Garcia, Associate Director, Center for Integrative Studies of Social Science and Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, College of Social Science, MSU

Talking With Students About Difficult Personal Issues: Focus on Child Abuse, Neglect and Child Sexual Abuse
Scott Becker, Ph.D., Acting Director, Counseling Center, MSU
G. Anne Bogat, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology, MSU
Tina Timm, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Social Work, MSU
Kristine Zayko, Deputy General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, MSU


SPRING 2013

How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching
Michele DiPietro, Executive Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor, Mathematics and Statistics, Kennesaw State University

Fostering Metacognition and Intellectual Development in Millennial Students
Michele DiPietro, Executive Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor, Mathematics and Statistics, Kennesaw State University

Transforming Teaching and Learning Through Lesson Study: Innovation through Collaboration
Kristen Bieda, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education, College of Education, MSU

What’s the Climate in Your Classroom? Strategies for Creating Inclusive Learning Environments in STEM Courses
Cori Fata-Hartley, Interim Director of Faculty and Instructional Development Programs, F&OD, MSU
Kendra Spence Cheruvelil, Associate Professor, Lyman Briggs College and Fisheries and Wildlife, CANR, MSU

Introduction to Cooperative Learning​
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor and Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Introduction to Constructive Controversy: The Art of Arguing to Enhance Learning
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor and Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Responding to the Mental Health Needs of Our Students​
Jan Collins-Eaglin, Director, Counseling Center, MSU
Renee Craig, Psychiatric and Autism Spectrum Disabilities Specialist, Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, MSU
Lynn Lammers, Artistic Coordinator, The Transforming Theatre Ensemble, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Kristine Moore, Assistant Director for Institutional Equity, Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU


FALL 2012

Inquiries into Student Learning: Getting Started on a SoTL Project
Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Professor, Sociology, Illinois State University

So You Have Started a SoTL Project-What is Next? Refining, Completing, Sharing, and Applying Your Work
Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Professor, Sociology, Illinois State University

Scale-Up / REAL Classroom
D. Christopher Brooks, Research Fellow, Office of Information Technology, University of Minnesota

The Flipped Classroom
Moderators:
Severin Grabski, Associate Professor, Accounting and Information Systems, College of Business; Senior Advisor, Instructional Technology and Faculty Support, Libraries and IT Services, MSU
Patti Stewart, Instructional Designer, IT Services-Teaching & Learning, MSU
Donna H. Green, Director of Faculty and Instructional Development Programs, F&OD, MSU

Faculty Panel:
Lynwood Clemens, Professor, Zoology, College of Natural Science, MSU
Christina DeJong, Associate Professor, Criminal Justice, Director of the Center for Integrative Studies in Social Science, College of Social Science, MSU
Jon Sticklen, Associate Professor, Director, Applied Engineering Sciences Program, Coordinator, Engaging Early Engineering Students (EEES) program, College of Engineering, MSU

Helping Students Learn in Harmony with Their Brain
Terry Doyle, Professor, Reading, Ferris State University

Becoming a More Learner-Centered Teacher
Terry Doyle, Professor, Reading, Ferris State University

Tools to Promote Academic Integrity in Your Classes
Moderator:
Donna H. Green, Director, Faculty and Instructional Development Programs, F&OD, MSU

Panelists:
Dianna Baldwin, Associate Director, MSU Writing Center, MSU
Eric Beasley, Instructor, MSU Academic Integrity Remediation Course; Educational Specialist, Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, MSU
April Cognato, Assistant Professor, Zoology, College of Natural Science, MSU
Linda Trevarthen, Manager, Testing Services, Counseling Center, MSU

Experts Available in the Session:
Robert A. Caldwell, Ombudsperson, Professor, Psychology, College of Social Science, MSU
Doug Estry, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education & Dean of Undergraduate Studies, MSU
Karen Klomparens, Associate Provost for Graduate Education, and Dean, the Graduate School, MSU
Brendan Guenther, Director, Teaching and Learning Group, IT Services, MSU

So You’re Interested in Developing a Study Abroad Program…
Moderators:
Inge Steglitz, Assistant Director for Academic Relations, Office of Study Abroad, MSU
Elizabeth Plagwitz, Assistant Director, Program Management, Office of Study Abroad, MSU

Presenters:
Cindy Chalou, Associate Director, Operations, Office of Study Abroad MSU
Carrie Feeheley, Director, Graduate and International Programs, College of Law, MSU
Susanne Hoffmann-Benning, Assistant Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, College of Natural Sciences, MSU
Barbara Sears, Professor and Director, Genetics Program, College of Natural Science, MSU
David Wong, Associate Professor, Counseling, Educational Psychology & Special Education, College of Education

Learning Abroad Conference: Student Voices and Study Abroad Programming
Experienced Study Abroad Participants, MSU Members, MSU Faculty Learning Community on Teaching and Learning Abroad, MSU


SPRING 2012

Understanding Differences: Creating an Inclusive Classroom
Brenda Alston-Mills, Associate Dean and Director, Office of Diversity and Pluralism, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MSU

Increasing Writing, Enhancing Learning
Chris Anson, University Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the Campus Writing and Speaking Program, North Carolina State University

Getting the Most from Writing-Intensive Courses
Chris Anson, University Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the Campus Writing and Speaking Program, North Carolina State University

Students Speak: Native American Students
Paulette Granberry Russell, Sr. Advisor to the President for Diversity, and Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Gordon Henry, Professor of English and Director, Native American Institute, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MSU
Panel of Native American Students, MSU

Designing and Assessing Senior and Capstone Projects
Doug Eder, Director Emeritus, Office of Assessment, and Professor Emeritus, Biology, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville

(In)Civility In the Classroom
Paulette Granberry Russell, Sr. Advisor to the President for Diversity; Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Douglas Estry, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education; Dean of Undergraduate Studies, MSU
Jan Collins-Eaglin, Director, Counseling Center, MSU
Transforming Theatre Ensemble, MSU

Roundtable: Teaching Social Justice
Steven Esquith, Dean, Residential College in Arts and Humanities and Professor,Philosophy, MSU
Linda Campbell, Clinical Instructor, Social Work, MSU
Lisa Fine, Co-Director, Center for Gender in Global Context, and Professor, History, MSU

Roundtable: Teaching Students to Critique Creative Works
Tom Berding, Professor and Chair, Art and Art History, MSU
Robert McCAnn, Assistant Professor, Art and Art History, MSU
Rob Roznowski, Associate Professor, Theatre, MSU


FALL 2011

Moving from Effective Teaching to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Design and Implementation of Active and Cooperative Learning
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Critical Thinking and the Art of Instruction
Gerald Nosich, The Foundation for Critical Thinking, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of New Orleans

Students Speak: Students with Multiple Marginalized Identities
Paulette Granberry Russell, Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity, and Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives;Facilitator: Jualynne Dodson, Professor, Sociology, College of Social Science, MSU; and a Panel of MSU students

Writing Quality Multiple-Choice Items to Test More than Recall
Kathy Doig, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, College of Natural Science, MSU

Experiential Approaches for Critical Thinking in the Context of Teaching Sustainability
Susan Santone, Executive Director, Creative Change Educational Solutions

Life Cycle Analysis and Integrated Critical Thinking
Susan Santone, Executive Director, Creative Change Educational Solutions

Metacognitive Strategies to Foster Students’ Disciplinary Thinking and Writing Skills
Deborah Meizlish, Assistant Director, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan


SPRING 2011

Introduction to Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL): A Student-Centered Approach to Instruction
Cheryl Bailey, Assistant Professor, Biochemistry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Patricia B. Ahrens, Chair, Sciences Department, Professor, Biology, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee

The VALUE (Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education) in Assessment Student Learning
Terrel L. Rhodes, Vice President, Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, D.C.

Rubrics' Cube or the Matrix Revisited? Assessing Student Learning Through the Application of VALUE (Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education) Rubrics
Terrel L. Rhodes, Vice President, Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, D.C.

Quantitative Literacy and the 21st Century Curriculum
Nathan D. Grawe, Associate Dean; Associate Professor, Economics; Co-Director, Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning and Knowledge (QuIRK) initiative; Carleton College, Minnesota

Overcoming Apathy and Creating Excitement in the Classroom
Todd Zakrajsek, Executive Director, Center for Faculty Excellence, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Effective Strategies for Engaging Students in Large Classes
Todd Zakrajsek, Executive Director, Center for Faculty Excellence, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Student Speak: African/African American/Black Students at MSU
Paulette Granberry-Russell, Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity, Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Pero G. Dagbovie, Associate Professor, History, Graduate Director, MSU
Panel of graduate and undergraduate African American students of MSU


FALL 2010

Inquiries into Student Learning: Getting Started on a SoTL Project
Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Professor of Sociology, Illinois State University

So You Have Started a SoTL Project—What is Next? Refining, Completing, Sharing, and Applying Your Work
Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Professor of Sociology, Illinois State University

Creating a Classroom Persona That Commands Respect
Linda B. Nilson, Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation, Clemson University

Concept Maps, Mind Maps, and Concept Circle Diagrams
Linda B. Nilson, Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation, Clemson University

Assessment in Online and Blended Courses: Options for Design and Safeguarding Academic Integrity
Brendan Guenther, Director, Virtual University Design and Technology (vuDAT), MSU; and Linda Trevarthen; Manager, Testing Services, Counseling Center, MSU
Byron Brown, Professor, Economics, College of Social Science; Instructional Technology Advisor to Libraries, Computing and Technology (LC&T), MSU
Cathleen McGreal, Professor, Psychology, College of Social Science
Fred Jacobs, Associate Professor, Accounting and Information Systems, Eli Broad College of Business
Kathleen Foley, Instructor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, College of Natural Science
Adrienne Domas Goldsberry, Visiting Instructor, Geography, College of Social Science

What is Quality Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning? The Theory and Practice of Educating at the Crossroads
Veronica Boix Mansilla, Project Zero, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University

Assessing Interdisciplinary Student Work: Gathering Minds to Discern and Nourish Qualities of Deep Understanding
Veronica Boix Mansilla, Project Zero, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University

Continuing the Conversation: Using Technology Tools to Support the Use of Conceptual Maps in the Classroom
Scott Schopieray, Director of Educational Technology, College of Arts and Letters


SPRING 2010

Teaching International Students
Peter Briggs, Director, International Students & Scholars, MSU

Examining the Art of Changing the Brain: Engaging the Learner's Brain
James Zull, Professor, Biology/Biochemistry and Cognitive Science, Founding Director Emeritus of The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

Students Speak: Chicano and Latino Students at MSU
Ruben Martinez, Director, Julian Samora Research Institute, and Professor, Sociology, College of Social Science, MSU; and a panel of graduate and undergraduate Chicano and Latino students at MSU

Facilitating Effective Discussions in the University Classroom
Janine Certo, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education, College of Education, MSU; Christina Schwarz, Associate Professor, Teacher Education, College of Education, MSU; and Anne-Lise Halvorsen, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education, College of Education, MSU

Designing Your Courses for More Significant Learning
Dee Fink, Dee Fink & Associates, Norman, Oklahoma

Organizing and Understanding Technologies used to Enhance Teaching
Brandon Blinkenberg, eProducer, Virtual University Design and Technology, MSU; and Jessica Knott, eProducer, Virtual University Design and Technology, MSU


FALL 2009

Moving from Effective Teaching to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Design and Implementation of Active and Cooperative Learning
Karl Smith, Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, Purdue University and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Will This Be on The Test? Using Critical Thinking Concepts to Engage Students Deeply in Thinking of the Discipline
Patricia Payette, Executive Director, "Ideas to Action," and Associate Director, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Louisville

Effective Grading and Assessment: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning
Virginia Anderson, Professor, Biological Sciences, Towson University

Assessment Theory into Action!
Virginia Anderson, Professor, Biological Sciences, Towson University

Creating and Assessing Effective Writing Assignments Across the Curriculum
Trixie Smith, Director, The Writing Center at MSU


SPRING 2009

Integrating Writing into Science Courses
Led by members of the Science Writing Faculty Learning Community (FLC):
Terri Trupiano Barry, Assistant Professor, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures
Michael W. Orth, Associate Professor, Animal Science
Deborah Carmichael, Assistant Professor, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures
Philip Douglas, Assistant Professor, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures
R. Joy Durding, Lecturer, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures
Gretchen Myers Hill, Professor, Animal Science
Elizabeth L. Karcher, Academic Specialist, Animal Science
Mary Ann Sherby, Assistant Professor, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures
Todd Tarrant, Assistant Director, Center for Integrative Studies-General Science
Suzanne M. Thiem, Associate Professor, Entomology
Zeynep Ustunol, Professor, Food Science and Human Nutrition

Opening the Classroom Door: Focus on Teaching Large Classes
Mary Bremigan, Associate Professor, Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU
Diane Ebert-May, Professor, Plant Biology, MSU
Carl Liedholm, Professor, Economics and Adjunct Professor, The School of Hospitality Business, MSU
Kami Silk, Associate Professor, Communication, MSU

Defining Intended Outcomes at the Curricular/Programmatic Level
Lion Gardiner, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, Rutgers University

Defining Intended Learning Outcomes at the Course Level
Lion Gardiner, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, Rutgers University

Visual Literacy Across the Disciplines
Peter Felten, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, Elon University

Bogus & Beneficial Pedagogical Concepts: From Common Sense to Common Science in Teaching and Learning
Peter Doolittle, Director, Center for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, and Associate Professor, Learning Science and Technology, Virginia Tech University

Protecting Your Livelihood–Caring for Your Voice
Rachael Gates Bergan, Visiting Assistant Professor, College of Communication Arts and Sciences and the Residential College of Arts and Humanities, MSU


FALL 2008

Inquiries into Student Learning: Getting Started on a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Project
Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and Professor of Sociology, Illinois State University

So You’ve Started a SoTL Project --What’s Next? Refining, Completing, Sharing, and Applying Your Work
Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and Professor of Sociology, Illinois State University

Civility in the Classroom: Regulations, Principles and Best Practices
Douglas Estry (Moderator), Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, MSU
Jan Collins-Eaglin, Director, Counseling Center, MSU
Margaret (Penny) Fischer, First Lieutenant, Department of Police and Public Safety, MSU
Sandra Harley, Assistant Ombudsman, MSU
Richard Shafer, Assistant Director, Student Life, MSU
Kristine Zayko, Deputy General Counsel, MSU

Teaching Critical Thinking
Ed Neal, Director of Faculty Development, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Evaluating Critical Thinking
Ed Neal, Director of Faculty Development, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Students Speak: Asian/Asian Pacific American Students at MSU
Paulette Granberry-Russell (Moderator), Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity; Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, MSU
Tom Rios (Panel Facilitator), Acting Director, Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions, MSU
Maggie Chen Hernández, Multicultural Center Coordinator, MSU; Associate Director, Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions, MSU
Andrea Louie, Associate Professor of Anthropology; Director of the Asian Pacific American Studies program, MSU
Ravi Ammigan, Associate Professor of the Office of International Students & Scholars, MSU
A Panel of Undergraduate and Graduate Asian International and Domestic Students at MSU

So What is Civic Engagement? Commonalities and Differences between Service-Learning and Civic Engagement
Karen McKnight Casey (Moderator), Director, Academic Service-Learning and the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, MSU
Robert E. Brown, Associate Director For Community Engagement, University-Community Partnerships, University Outreach and Engagement, MSU
Nicole C. Springer, Outreach Specialist, Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, MSU

The Student-Centered Active Learning Environment for Undergraduate Programs (SCALE-UP) Project (Of Particular Interest to STEM faculty)
Robert J. Beichner, Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor, Physics Department, North Carolina State University


SPRING 2008

Intercultural Complexity and Sensitivity: Taking Seriously the Perspectives of Others
L. Lee Knefelkamp, Professor of Psychology and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University; Director of Dialogue and Assessment, Core Commitments; Senior Scholar, Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)

A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper: A Fresh Look at Quantitative Literacy
John Allen Paulos, Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Temple University

Cognitive Apprenticeship in the Classroom: Helping Students Develop Expertise
James Eison, Professor of Higher Education, Department of Adult, Career and Higher Education, University of South Florida

Promoting Deep Learning: Ways Faculty Can Assist Students
James Eison, Professor of Higher Education, Department of Adult, Career and Higher Education, University of South Florida

Promoting Learning through Backwards Course Design
Barbara Millis, Director, Excellence in Teaching Program, University of Nevada, Reno

In-class and Out-of-class: Sequencing Activities to Maximize Learning
Barbara Millis, Director, Excellence in Teaching Program, University of Nevada, Reno

What a Picture is Worth: Teaching Higher-Order Thinking to Visual Learners
Linda Nilson, Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation, Clemson University

The Graphic Syllabus: Communicating Your Course Creatively
Linda Nilson, Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation, Clemson University

International Experiential Opportunities: Using Pedagogy to Enhance Practice
Keynote Speaker: Frank Fear, Senior Associate Dean, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MSU


FALL 2007

Inquiry into Your Teaching: Using the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to Document Student Learning
Patricia R. Payette, Executive Director, Quality Enhancement Plan, University of Louisville
Mindy Morgan, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, MSU
Kathleen Hoag, Associate Professor, Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics Program; Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, MSU

Group Work in Large Classes?: Making it Manageable with Undergraduate Peer Learning Assistants (PLAs)
Judith E. Miller, Associate Dean for Special Academic Initiatives, Clark University

Campus Emergency Response, Communication, and Classroom Safety (Joint MULTI/Lilly Seminar)
Margaret (Penny) Fischer, First Lieutenant and member of the Emergency Management Unit, MSU Police Department

Lessons Learned From Excellent Teachers: Ten Powerful Principles of Instruction
Stephen Yelon, Professor Emeritus, Educational Psychology, Medical Education, and
Instructional Consultant, F&OD, MSU

Teaching with Cases: Learning the Classic Case Method and Variations
Deborah Ettington, Clinical Professor of Management, Smeal College of Business, Penn State University; President, North American Case Research Association
MSU Faculty Panelists:
John Wagner, Professor, Department of Management, Eli Broad College of Business, MSU
Robert M. Wiseman, Associate Professor, Eli Broad Legacy Fellow of Management Department of Management, Eli Broad Graduate School of Management, MSU

Students Speak: Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender Students at MSU
Brent Bilodeau, Director, Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender Resource Center, MSU
Paulette Granberry Russell, Director, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives and Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity, MSU
MSU Student Panel

Building Tests that Reflect What You Teach and What Students Learn: The Art and Science of Test Development
Mark Reckase, Professor, Measurement and Quantitative Methods Program (MQM), Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education, MSU


SPRING 2007

Designing Alternative Research Projects that Utilize the Resources of the MSU Libraries
Patricia Payette, Assistant Director of Faculty Development Programs, Office of Faculty and Organizational Development, MSU
MSU Librarians

Comedy in the Classroom: Using Humor as an "Instructional Defibrillator"
Ronald A. Berk, Professor, Biostatistics and Measurement, The John Hopkins University
Beyond Student Ratings: Multiple Measures of Teaching Effectiveness (Joint MULTI/Lilly Seminar)
Ronald A. Berk, Professor, Biostatistics and Measurement, The John Hopkins University

Students Speak: Muslim Students at MSU
Rosina Hassoun, Visiting Assistant Professor, Center for Integrative Studies in Arts and Humanities; Anthropology, MSU
Tom Rios, Associate Vice President in Student Affairs and Services; Acting Director, Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions, MSU
A Panel of MSU students

Teaching as a Performing Art: an Introduction to Using Theatrical Conventions as Instructional Tools
Kirk Domer, Associate Chair and Head of Design, Theatre, MSU
Rob Roznowski, Head of Acting, Theatre, MSU

Overcoming Apathy in the Classroom: Teaching Strategies Drawn from the Psychology of Learning
Todd Zakrajsek, Director, Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching, Central Michigan University

Building your Faculty Website at MSU: Designing, Creating and Maintaining a Personal/Professional website
Facilitator: Byron Brown, Professor of Economics; Coordinator of Instructional Technology Support for Libraries, Computing and Technology, MSU
Presenters: Andy Detskas, Lead Artist, Virtual University Design & Technology, MSU
Severin Grabski, Senior Advisor and Coordinator for Instructional Technology and Faculty Development, Libraries, Computing and Technology, MSU
Anne Hunt, Web Design Instructor, Libraries, Computing and Technology Training Program, MSU
Joan Predko, Director, Virtual University Design & Technology; Interim Director, Instructional Media Center, MSU


FALL 2006

Issues in Evaluating Teaching: A Comprehensive Perspective
Raoul A. Arreola, Director of Assessment, and Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
Michael Theall, Director, CATALYST, and Associate Professor, Education, Youngstown State University

Using Demonstrations to Promote Conceptual Understanding in Chemistry: Making Connections on the Macroscopic, Microscopic, and Symbolic Levels
Holly Bevsek, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, The Citadel, Charleston , SC
(formerly Dutton Fellow, Lyman Briggs School of Science, MSU)
Ryan Sweeder, Assistant Professor, Lyman Briggs School of Science, and Division of Math and Science Education, MSU

Making Classroom Lectures Interactive and Effective: Engaging Students in Course Content through Interactive Lecturing
Anne White Harrington, Director of Instructional Development and Communication Faculty Member, Ross School of Business , University of Michigan
Getting Beyond Covering Content in your Courses: Introduction to the Readiness Assurance Process and Team-Based Learning
Larry K. Michaelsen is David Ross Boyd Professor Emeritus at the University of Oklahoma; Professor of Management, Central Missouri State University ; Carnegie Scholar

Designing, Managing and Grading Effective Group Assignments
Larry K. Michaelsen is David Ross Boyd Professor Emeritus, University of Oklahoma; Professor of Management, Central Missouri State University ; Carnegie Scholar
Designing Games and Simulations for Learning
Brian Winn, Assistant Professor, Telecommunications, Information Studies and Media, MSU
Panel of MSU Instructors:
Ross Emmett, Associate Professor, James Madison College
Dawn Hammond, Academic Specialist, Center for Integrative Studies--Social Science
Dean Rehberger, Associate Professor, Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures Associate Director, MATRIX, MSU
David Sheridan, Co-Director, The Writing, Center, MSU

Teaching for Successful Intelligence: Teaching and Assessing Students with Diverse Learning and Thinking Styles
Robert Sternberg, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Tufts University


SPRING 2006

Plagiarism: Understanding It, Preventing It, Addressing It
Danielle Nicole DeVoss, Associate Professor, and Associate Chair, Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures (WRAC),and Director, Professional Writing Program, MSU
James Porter, Professor, Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, and Co-Director, WIDE Research Center , MSU
David Sheridan, Associate Director, Writing Center, MSU
Stan Soffin, University Ombudsman, MSU

Maximizing Ability and Opportunity: Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities at MSU (Joint MULTI/Lilly Seminar)
Paulette Granberry Russell, Director, Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity, MSU
Michael Hudson, Director, Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, (RCPD) MSU
John Pedraza, Disability Resource Coordinator, RCPD, MSU
Kristine Zayko, Associate General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, MSU

Lessons Learned From Excellent Teachers: Ten Powerful Principles of Instruction
Stephen Yelon, Professor Emeritus, Educational Psychology, Medical Education, and Instructional Consultant, Office of Faculty and Organizational Development, MSU

Teaching for “Successful Intelligence”: Teaching and Assessing Students with Diverse Learning and Thinking Styles
Robert Sternberg, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Tufts University

“Student Conflict in the Classroom”
Jeffrey Steiger, Director, CRLT Players, University of Michigan (U-M)
CRLT Players, U-M
A.T. Miller, Coordinator of Multicultural Teaching and Learning, CRLT, U-M

ePortfolios and the Triple Helix of Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Sharon Hamilton, Associate Dean of the Faculties for Integrating Learning; Professor of English; Chancellor’s Professor; Director of the Indiana University Faculty Colloquium for Excellence in Teaching; Carnegie Scholar; and Director of the IUPUI Student Electronic Portfolio, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Byron Brown, Professor of Economics, Coordinator of Instructional Technology Support for Libraries, Computing and Technology, MSU
David Gift, Vice Provost for Libraries, Computing and Technology, MSU
James Green, Academic Systems Coordinator, Academic Computing and Network Services, MSU
June Youatt, Assistant Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, MSU
Panel of MSU Faculty

Responding to Students in Crisis
John Lee, Assistant Director of Multicultural Clinical Services and Outreach, and Coordinator of Multi-Ethnic Counseling Center Alliance (MECCA), Counseling Center, MSU
Kristine Zayko, Associate General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, MSU
Panel of MSU Faculty and Staff:
Kelly Beck, Inspector, Department of Police and Public Safety, MSU
Ron Harichandran, Professor and Chairperson, Civil and Environmental Engineering, MSU
Sandra Harley, Assistant Ombudsman, Office of the Ombudsman, MSU
Dugald McMillan, Associate Register for Enrollment and Registration Services
Ying-Ying Grace Wu, Staff Psychiatrist, Olin Health Center, MSU

Teaching First-Year Students
Bette LaSere Erickson, Director, Instructional Development Program, University of Rhode Island
Calvin B. Peters, Professor, Sociology and Anthropology, University of Rhode Island


FALL 2005

"Frameworks for Fostering Critical Thinking: Implications of Cognitive Science and Intellectual and Ethical Development for Teaching and Learning"
Craig Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Biology and Carnegie Scholar , Indiana University

"Incorporating Ethics Case Studies into Science Courses: A Multi-Session, Hands-On Seminar"
Howard Brody, University Distinguished Professor, Family Practice, Philosophy, and Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, MSU
Judith Andre, Professor, Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, MSU
Paul Thompson, W. K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural, Food, and Community Ethics, and Professor, Philosophy, MSU

"Supporting Work/Life Balance and a Culture of Flexibility in Academia: A Win/Win for Individuals, their Families, and the Institution" (joint Lilly/MULTI seminar)
Lori Strom, Coordinator, Family Resource Center , MSU
Robert Banks, Assistant Provost and Assistant Vice President, Academic Human Resources, MSU
Panelists:
Margaret Fankhauser, Chair and Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, MSU
Ellen Kossek, Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations, MSU
George Leroi, Dean and Professor, College of Natural Science , MSU

"Lessons Learned from University Distinguished Faculty (UDF) and University Distinguished Professors (UDP): Focus on Graduate Student Recruitment, Mentoring and Success"
Karen Klomparens, Dean, The Graduate School , Assistant Provost for Graduate Education, and Professor, Plant Biology, MSU
Panelists:
Lawrence T. Drzal, University Distinguished Professor and Director, Composite Materials and Structures Center , MSU
Gail Dummer, University Distinguished Faculty and Professor, Kinesiology, MSU
Marilyn Frye, University Distinguished Professor, Philosophy, MSU
Katherine Gross, University Distinguished Faculty, and University Distinguished Professor, Plant Biology, and Director, Kellogg Biological Station, MSU
Neal Schmitt, University Distinguished Professor and Chairperson, Psychology, MSU
James Tiedje, University Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for Microbial Ecology, MSU

"Promoting Academic Rigor and Deep Learning: Implications for Faculty and Academic Administrators and Staff" (joint Lilly/MULTI seminar)
George Kuh,Chancellor’s Professor of Higher Education, Director of the Center for Postsecondary Research, Indiana University

"Interdisciplinary Studies: Where Are We Today?"
2005 Teleconference of the Association of Integrative Studies
Carolyn Haynes, Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of the Honors and Scholars Program and Special Assistant to the Provost for Academic Planning, Miami University
Julie Thompson Klein, Professor of Humanities in Interdisciplinary Studies, Wayne State University ,
William H. Newell, Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of the Institute in Integrative Studies, Miami University

"Blended In-Person and Online Instruction: Featuring MSU Faculty Award Winners" Byron Brown, Professor of Economics and Coordinator of Instructional Technology Support for Libraries, Computing and Technology, MSU
David Gift, Vice Provost for Libraries, Computing, and Technology, MSU
Joan Predko , Director, Virtual University Design and Technology and the Instructional Media Center , MSU
MSU Panel of winners of the SBC Faculty-Staff Awards in Instructional Technology:
Walter Benenson, University Distinguished Professor, Lyman Briggs, MSU
Danielle DeVoss, Associate Professor, Writing, Rhetoric, and American Culture, MSU
Jon Vredevoogd, Associate Professor, Planning, Design and Construction, MSU
Mary Winter, Professor, Mathematics, MSU

Teaching to the Multicultural Self: Cognitive and Cultural Complexity
Lee Knefelkamp,Professor of Psychology and Education, Program in Social-Organizational Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University , and Senior Fellow, Association of American Colleges and Universities


SPRING 2005

Integrating Museum Resources into your Teaching, Research and Outreach and Engagement Activities
Susan Bandles, C. Kurt Dewhurst

MSU as an International University: Teaching International Students
Peter Briggs

Helping Students Learn: A Workshop for Science and Mathematics Faculty
Lilliam McDermott, Paula Heron, Brad Ambrose

Harnessing the Power of Hybrid Strategies to Enhance Course Outcomes
Joel Hartman, Charles Dzuban, David Gift

Enacting Diverse Learning Environments: Understanding and Realizing the Benefits of Diversity in Higher Education
Jeff Milem

Assessing Along the Continuum of students Learning
Peggy Maki


FALL 2004

Using Reflective Writing Assignments to Promote Critical Thinking
Lynn Fendler
Janet Swenson

Introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Karl Smith

Using Peer Facilitation to Improve Learning in Small Groups
Steve Kaagan
Diane Ebert-May
Julie Golding

The Course Design Process: The Big Picture
Chris Reznich

Problem Based Learning and Case Controversies
Mark Ryan
William Rucker
Henry Campa

Promoting Responsibility and Integrity in Graduate Research Mentoring
Hans Kende
Karen Klomparens
Nick Steneck
Judith Stoddart

Teaching Critical Thinking: Are You Doing IT and How can You and Your Students Know It?
Christina Reimers
Bill Roberson

Teaching and Evaluating Oral Communication Skills: Focus on Student Oral Presentations
Janet Lillie

Evaluating Teaching Performance: New Lessons Learned
Peter Seldin

Using the Teaching Portfolio to Improve Performance and Promotion/Tenure Decisions
Peter Seldin


SPRING 2004

Designing Effective Explanations
Steve Yelon

Know What We Know About First-Year Students: Reports on MSU Freshmen and Implications for Teaching
June Youatt

Building Tests that Reflect What You Teach: The Art and Science of Test Development

Using Case-Based Instruction to Develop Thinking and to Make Learning Relevant
Mary Lundeberg

Assessment of Learning in Large and Small Classes
Diane Ebert-May

Confessions of a Converted Lecturer
Eric Mazur

Integrating Service Learning and Civic Engagement into Your Courses

Developing Engaging Learning Experiences for Students: Focus On Design Projects
Karl Smith
Karl Smith
Punya Mishra


FALL 2003

Grading Group Work
Karl Smith
Stan Soffin

Initiating Curriculum Change Through Teaching Innovations
Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore
Colleen Tremonte

How do they work? A deeper look at innovations in teaching
Marilla Svinicki

Introducing Controversial Issues in the Classroom
Beth Kangas
Fransisco Villuarrell

Elements of a Great Study Abroad Experience
Kelly Millenbah
Ed Ingrham

Instructional Models and User Centered Technology Design
Jim Porter
Jeff Grabill

Using the ANGEL Course Management System at MSU
Byron Brown

Proctoring Tests for Maximum Security: Tips from a National Testing Center
Linda Trevarthan


SPRING 2003

What if They Call me a Racist? And Other Discussion Stopping Concerns and Strategies for Response
Frances Kendall

Calibrated Peer Review: A Writing and Critical Thinking Instructional Tool
Arlene Russell

Problem Based Learning: Experiences at MSU
Neeraj Buch
Jan Patterson

Design and Implementation of Problem Based Cooperative Learning
Karl Smith
Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore

Creating Community in the Classroom: Whether Actual or Virtual
Steve Kaagan

Facing Student Plagiarism: Approaches and Strategies
Elaine Yakura
Stan Soffin

Distressed Students: Risk Factors for Faculty and Staff
Mary Clearing-Sky

Why Don't You Teach the way I Want To Learn? Effectively Teaching Today's Undergraduates
Phillip Gardner
Kevin Johnston


FALL 2002

Philosophies and Pragmatics of Designing the Course Syllabi
Colleen Tremonte
Susan Wilson

Bringing it All Back Home: Place Based Learning
Terry Ling

Dealing With Difficult Students
Steve Yelon
Stan Soffin

A Team Approach to Preparation for Classes
Duncan Sibley

Beyond the Highlighter: Developing Strategies that Improve Reading Comprehension
Janet Swenson
Rique Campa

Solving Problems from Diverse Audiences in an On Line Web Based Environment
Norm Lunds

How Students Learn: What is Known about Acquiring New Information
Todd Takragek


SPRING 2002

A Workshop for New College Teachers: Powerful Principles of Instruction – Part I
Steve Yellon

A Workshop for New College Teachers: Powerful Principles of Instruction – Part II
Steve Yelon

Dealing with Difficult Students
Stan Soffin
Steve Yelon

Active Learning in Large Classes
Karl Smith
Cathy Bristow

Strategies for Implementing Problem Based Learning in Undergraduate Courses
Deborah Allen

Creating a Teaching Portfolio
Ed Neal

Learning Through Community: Techniques for Fostering an Open Environment in the Classroom
Elaine Yakura
Marsha Cardan

Effective Grading: Tools for Learning Assessment
Ginny Anderson


FALL 2001

The College Classroom – Rules, Freedom, Reality and Popular Culture
Tom Wolff
Integrating Writing into Large Classes

Universal Access to Web Content: Disability Access Techniques and Emerging Standards
Mike Hudson
David Holstius

Back to the Future: A little whimsy, a little research, and a lot of prediction!
Carl Berger

Analyze your Test Questions: A Test Review Workshop
Steve Yelon

Systemic Reform in Undergraduate Education: The Role of Collective Responsibility
P. David Fisher
Jim Fainether

Delivering Web Based Education
Dana Stewart
Sue Minley

Momentum and Energy – The Mechanics of Meshing Optional, Service Learning Experiences with Large, Lecture Science Courses
Tom Glassmacher
Karen Casey

Living the Academic Life: The Challenger of Carreer Stages, Contexts and Expectations
Ann Austin
Kevin Johnston


SPRING 2001

A Departmental Model for Teaching and Assessing Writing in Upper Division Classes
Patti Stock
Roger Wallace
David Adams

Pedagogy and Technology
Ed Neal

Reinventing the Role of Students with Technology: Students as Content Experts and Teachers
Norm Lownds
Carrie Heter

Learning Styles, Critical Reasoning and Instruction on the Internet
Fransisco Villarruel
David Lmis
Deb Bailey

Cooperative Learning in the Classroom Laboratory
Karl Smith
Doug Luckie

A Workshop for New College Teachers, Part I
Steve Yelon

A Workshop for New College Teachers, Part II
Steve Yelon

Research Basics and Automated Evaluation of Papers in Technologically Assisted Courses
Paul Hunt


FALL 2000

Academic Integrity
Barbara Steidle
Ann Bogler

Creating a High Impact Classroom Climate
James Eison
Introducing Cooperative Learning
Karl Smith

Teaching and Learning as Inquiry
Ann Austin
Patti Stock

How do we Evaluate Good Teaching
Bill McKeachie

Helping Students Understand that Academic Experience is Test Preparation
Linda Trevarthan

Web Based Class Management Tools: Blackboard in Your Classroom
Byron Brown

Incorporating Race into the Curriculum: Student and Faculty Perspectives
Betty Schmitz
Tara Bethea

Technology in the Classroom: Success and Problems
Ed Kashy
Guy Albertelli


SPRING 2000

Part II: Choosing Assessment Tools that Get What You Want
Dianne Ebert-May

Project Storyboard: How to Make Your Team Work
Bruce Matza

Desigining Group Experiences that Work
Karl Smith

Peer Writing Groups: Using Graduate Student Writing Groups in the Sciences
Sherry Thomas
Kenate Snider
Lenora Smith

Service Learning: Connecting Learning to out Students Lives
Steve Esquith
Richard Hall

Dealing with Online Cheating: Cut and Paste Plagiarism
Michael Lorenz
Laura Julier

Pedagogical Changes the Foster Critical Thinking and Level the Playing Field for All Your Students
Craig Nelson

Student Evaluation of Teaching: What We Know and How to do it
Theodore Wagenaar

Newspapers in the Curriculum: The MSU Readership Program Revisited
Nancy Pogel


FALL 1999

Choosing Assessment Tools to Get What You Want
Dianne Ebert-May

Who Are Our Students, What do They Bring and What Does it Mean for Our Teaching
Cathy Bristow
Barbara Steidle
Ann Bogler

Successful Faculty0Teaching Assistant Relationships: Making it Work for Everyone
Ann Austin

Cooperative Learning or Cheating?
Karl Smith

Thinking Toward Solutions: Problem Based Learning
Barbra Duch

Liberal Education and the University in the 21st Century
Stanley Katz

Developing Virtual University and Interactive Web Course Materials at MSU
Alan Arbogast


SPRING 1999

Formal Cooperative Learning: Structured Controversy
Karl Smith

Moving Beyond Testing to Evaluate Learning
Dianne Ebert-May

Classroom Assessment Techniques: What makes them Work, and Where do I Go from Here?
Ann Austin

Teaching with Technology and the Internet
Pijanowski, Kort

Dealing with Cheating and Plagiarism in the Classroom
Stan Soffin

Using Computers in the Classroom
Krehbiel

Undoing Gender Bias in the Classroom
McNaron

Newspapers in the Curriculum: The MSU Readership Program
Nancy Pogel

What Do We Know About How Students Learn and How Can We Apply it in Lecturing?
Neal


FALL 1998

Student Drinking and Drug Use: What Faculty Need To Know
Bob Eubanks
Mary Clearing-Sky

Classroom Assessment: Planning to Incorporate Assessment in Your Course
Donald Straney
Cathy Bristow

Using Writing to Teach: Teaching Across the Curriculum
Patti Stock
Elaine Yakura

Teaching with Technology and the Internet
Dean Rehberger

Faculty Course Portfolios: From Teaching to Learning
Debbie Lanssam

Using Learning Theory to Inform Teaching Practice
Marilla Svinicki

Teaching Innovations in Agriculture and Natural Resources
Rique Campa

An Introduction to Cooperative Learning Techniques
Karl Smith

Rethinking Gender in the Classroom
Kelly Morrison