Conference Schedule

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Day One
Day Two
 
DAY ONE: Tuesday, May 21st
Time Activity Presenters Room
8:30am Registration / Continental Breakfast Multipurpose
Room
9:00am

Welcome



Overview of Day

David N. Rahni
Stephen J. Friedman



Abbey Berg
James Stenerson

Multipurpose
Room
9:15am Keynote Address
In the Cloud and On the Ground: Practical Approaches to Teaching with Digital Resources 
Kelly Schrum Multipurpose
Room
Concurrent Sessions
10:30am - 11:20am Keynote Follow-up Session
The Right Tool for the Job: Practical Approaches to Teaching with Digital Resources
Kelly Schrum W510

Digital Narrative: What are the Possiblities?

 

 
 
Engaging AOK Community Service Students through Film Festival Projects

Maria Plochocki

 

 

James Lawler
Daniel Leinweber
Allan Goldstein

W512

Chair:
Casey Frid

Teaching Circles on Innovative Pedagogy: Report from the School of Education Facilitators & Participants

Brian Evans 
Joan Walker
Joe Ryan
Connie Knapp
Francine Falk-Ross
Peter McDermott
Michael Ulimski
Shobana Musti

W513
11:20am - 11:30am Break
Concurrent Sessions
11:30am

Keynote Follow-up Session
The Right Tool for the Job: Practical Approaches to Teaching with Digital Resources

Kelly Schrum

W510

Undergraduate Student – Faculty Research Thumbnail Presentations

Sue Maxam


June Chisholm
Emilie Zaslow
Marley Bauce

Students:
Kerry McBroome 
Brian Rentas
AliReza Vaziri 
W514

The ePortfolio Journey:  How Student ePortfolio Uses and Style Evolve
 

 

Students Learn Chemistry Through Food and Cooking

Jane Collins
Heather Bryant

 

 

Peggy Minnis

W515

Chair:
Sarah Burns-Feyl
12:30pm - 2:00pm LUNCH - Student Panel
Martha Driver
Michelle Pulaski Behling
 
Students:
Mindy Berard
Veronika Danovich
Tamilee Webb
Multipurpose
Room
Concurrent Sessions
2:00pm - 2:50pm

A Grass Roots Model : How School of Education Faculty and Technology Staff Collaborated to Integrate Technology

 

Francine Falk-Ross
Beth Gordon Klingner
Kelley Lassman
Peter McDermott
Sharon Medow
Joe Seijo
Joan Walker

 

W512

Faculty Research Forum: Report from Faculty Participants

FRF Participants

W513

The Truth About Student Research Skills (…And How It’s Spreading Across the Country!)

Sarah Burns-Feyl 
Douglas Heimbigner 
Jennifer Rosenstein

W514
2:50pm - 3:00pm Break
Concurrent Sessions
3:00pm - 3:50pm Academic Portfolio Workshop - Prep Meeting
(Only Open to June APW Registrants)
Abbey Berg
Jim Stenerson
W515

Blackboard Upgrade - Find Out What's New

Julio Rodriguez
Joe Seijo

W510
Information Technology Services - Services to Help Faculty Communicate with their Students Gabe Moreno W511
Developing Teacher Candidates with Mixed-Media: A Research Group in School of Ed Sharon Medow
Kelley A. Lassman
W210
 
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Reception - Networking & Raffle Giveaway

Multipurpose
Room
DAY TWO: Wednesday, May 22nd
Time Activity Presenters Room
8:30am Registration/Continental Breakfast Multipurpose
Room
9:00am Welcome and Overview of the Day David N. Rahni
Uday Sukhatme
Multipurpose
Room
9:15am - 10:15am Keynote Address
Understanding the Language of Pedagogy: Insights from Conversation Analysis 
Hansun Zhang Waring Multipurpose
Room
Concurrent Sessions
10:30am - 11:20am Keynote Follow-up Session
Teacher Talk in the Classroom
Hansun Zhang Waring W510
Talking the Talk, Walking the Walk: Developing Teachers’ Interactional Awareness
John Beaumont
Christine Jacknick
Maureen Matarese
Elisa Pigeron
W512
Promoting Oral Participation by International Students: Suggestions from Research Soonhyang Kim W513
11:20am - 11:30am Break
Concurrent Sessions
11:30am - 12:20pm

Is There a "there" There?  Raising Students’ Awareness about Disciplinary Discourse Preferences.

Kristen di Gennaro
Eduardo Sundaram

W514

Do You Use Case-based Instruction?:  A Model for Teaching Cases Online and in Hybrid Settings - **CANCELLED**

 

 

Learning Abilities in Diverse Thinkers

Joan Walker

 

 

Daniel Molina
Dahlia Mayerson
W515

Chair:
Fran Falk-Ross
How Students Can Build Sentences, Paragraphs & Essays while also Getting Excited about Literature

Harold Ingram

W511
12:30pm - 2:00pm LUNCH
Keynote Adress
The Challenges of Academic Writing for Multilingual College Students
Monika Ekiert Multipurpose 
Room
Concurrent Sessions
2:00pm - 2:50pm

Keynote Follow-up Session
Grammatical Dimensions of Academic Writing in English

Monika Ekiert

W510

There Should Be a Word for That: Language and Meaning in Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Contexts

 

Students’ Self-assessments and Instructor Expectations: Are We on the Same Page?

Brett Shanley

 

K. Phillip Choong

W512 

Chair:
Kristen di Gennaro

A Hybrid Model of Student Collaboration in Academic Writing

 

Sentence Boundary Errors: How to Eliminate Commas Splices, Run-Ons, and Sentence Fragments from your Students’ Writing

Bede McCormack

 

Rosette Finneran

W513

Chair:
Martina Blackwood
2:50pm - 3:00pm Break
Concurrent Sessions
3:00pm - 3:50pm Tweet Your Thesis Daryl Corcoran W514
Essay and Paragraph Structure: A Tactile/Kinesthetic Approach Annette Miller W515
Writing Center Digital Resources for Students and Faculty Agie Markiewicz W511