SHOW YOUR SoTL STUFF 2018!

Poster Session and Luncheon

 

UM CETL invited faculty to share their involvement in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) at the end of the Spring 2018 Semester. SoTL’s goal is to facilitate improvements in all areas of teaching and learning in post-secondary environments.

This year’s SoTL poster session and luncheon was a huge success.  More than twenty UM faculty members from various disciplines presented posters describing their projects and discussed teaching and learning with their colleagues.  The presenters and poster titles are listed below.

PresentersPoster Title
Matthew T. Becker (PHARM) & Alicia S. Bouldin (PHARM)Student Professional Behaviors: Peer Perceptions of Personal Use of Technology
Alicia S. Bouldin, Ph.D. (PHARM) & Matthew T. Becker (PHARM)Measuring "Habits of Lifelong Learning" in Student Pharmacists
Carol Britson (BISC) & Kelsey Hillhouse (BISC)
Bring Your Own Device Initiative to Improve Engagement and Performance in Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II Laboratories
Tom Brady (EDUC)

Video-Recording Technology to Enhance Virtual Classroom Experience
Sara Platt (EDUC) & Tom Brady (EDUC)TeachLive: Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences with Pre-Service Teachers
Deb Wenger (JOUR)Incorporating Collaboration in Online Courses
Alice Johnston Myatt (DWR) & Rachel Johnson (DWR)Talking Through Text: Using Tutor/Student Perceptions to Implement an Asychronous Tutoring Program
Adam Pate (PHARM) Development and Implementation of an Exam Autopsy to Promote Metacognition at Multiple Programs
Dinorah Sapp (IEP)Teaching the Common Reading Experience to International Students
Carey Bernini Dowling (PSY) & Carrie Smith (PSY)Getting from Mindsets to Academic Success in College: Looking for Mediators and Needing a New Measure
Ellen Foster (EDUC)NCGE-GeoCamp Iceland: Transforming Professional Development in Geography Education
Georgianna Mann (NHM)Service-learning in a Community Nutrition Course: Influence of Site on Student Perceptions
Patricia O'Sullivan (PLATO), Stephen Monroe (DWR) & Christie Forgette (PLATO) We're Listening: Student Feedback on Adaptive Learning Courseware
Brian Platt (GEOL) & Sara Platt (EDUC)Application of Curriculum Based Measurement to Assess Graduate Writing in the Geosciences
Alexander Lopez (ENGR) & Georgianna Mann (NHM)Enhancing Teamwork Skills and Learning Through Multidisciplinary Experience Between Nutrition and Chemical Engineering
Colleen Thorndike (DWR)Questing for Change: Using Quest Gamification to Encourage the Writing Process
Adam Pate, Kristen Pate, Kris Harrell, & Alicia Bouldin (PHARM)Evaluating the Impact of Cognitive Test Anxiety on NAPLEX and Didactic Curriculum Performance: A Multi-site Study
Marc Watkins (DWR)Using Technology and Open Educational Resources in Writ 102
Nancy Wiggers (CETL)Analysis of Supplemental Instruction (SI) Integration