Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Conference
Coastal Georgia Center
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 -
Friday, March 28, 2014
Join President Keel, Provost Bartels, and participants from around the world at this international conference that serves as a catalyst for learning, conversations and collaborations about teaching and learning, and evidence-based research on improving student learning experiences.
For GSU faculty and staff interested in moderating a session, the $150 registration fee is waived (contact academics.georgiasouthern.edu/ctl/volunteer).
I've taken the liberty of suggesting some specific sessions which might interest people from your college, though there are many more.
-Teaching Teacher Candidates to Use Technology Games as a Teaching Strategy
-Why don't they stop Plagiarizing? Helping faculty help students
-Exploring Associations between Flipped Learning and Students' Approaches to studying
-Students' Academic Motivation and Grade Estimation. Should we Care? (Georgia Southern Faculty)
-Creating and Sustaining Collaboration and Learning in Asynchronous Online environments
-The Combined Effect of Problem-based learning and the flipped classroom
-A Multi-Case Study of Student Perceptions of Online Course Design Elements and Success
-Exploring Student Commitment to Use Peer Advice (GSU Faculty)
-Factors Influencing Teachers' Technology Self-Efficacy: A Case study
-Voice Thread as a pedagogical tool in asynchronous courses
-Web-based student peer review: A research summary
Calendars: College of Education - Professional Development and Training