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2005 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Showcase

The 2005 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Showcase is scheduled for Tuesday, April 19, 2:30-5:00 p.m. The Showcase will take place in Mary Gates Commons, and will provide you with opportunities to interact with instructors who are actively engaged in examining teaching and learning in their disciplines.

The 2005 Showcase will feature Roundtable Discussions and Poster Sessions representing the work of 45 Faculty and TAs from 22 departments and programs on all three UW campuses. You are invited to visit the Showcase and see what your UW colleagues have been discovering about teaching and learning.

The Showcase is hosted by by the Faculty Council on Instructional Quality, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Forum, the Teaching Academy, and the Center for Instructional Development and Research. To read more about the Showcase, see "Much Talk of Teaching - and a Little Singing - at April 19 Showcase" (University Week, April 14, 2005).

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Showcase Program

2:30 - Poster Sessions & Roundtable Discussions

3:30 - Welcome and Plenary

4:00 - Poster Sessions & Roundtable Discussions


2:30 Poster Sessions

Astronomy and Astronomy-Writing Link Comparisons: Demographic, Academic Experience, and Grades
Cathy Beyer (Office of Educational Assessment), Michael Griego (Office of Educational Assessment), Nancy Kool (English), & Ana Larson (Astronomy)

Music in the College Classroom: Frivolous "Infotainment" or Legitimate Teaching Tool?
Greg Crowther - Chemical Engineering

Laboratory for User-Centered Engineering Education (LUCEE)
Matt Eliot & Jennifer Turns - Technical Communication

Integrating Learning Theory with Educational Technology
Michael Goldberg - UW Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences

Mutual Teaching and Learning: A Health Sciences Interprofessional and Community Collaboration
Michaelene Kedzierski (School of Pharmacy), Taryn Lindhorst (School of Social Work), Don Downing (School of Pharmacy, & Peggy Odegard (School of Pharmacy)

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2:30 Roundtable Discussions

Classroom Presenter: Using Tablet PCs in the Classroom to Support Active Learning
Richard Anderson - Computer Science and Engineering

Building a Learning Community in an Online Language Course
Miyako Imai McDavid - Technical Japanese Program, Technical Communication

Promoting Knowledge Integration with Engineering Portfolios
Steve Lappenbusch & Jennifer Turns - Technical Communication

Inclusive Teaching - Working with Learners Outside Your Discipline
Linda Martin-Morris - Biology

Incorporating Distance Strategies to Increase Graduate Student Access: Five Years of Evolution
Frederica O'Connor, Maril Albert, Doris Boutain, Mary Durand Thomas - Psychosocial and Community Health

Using On-Line Groups to Foster Engagement and Collaboration in Community Health Nursing
Jerelyn Resnick - UW Bothell Nursing Program

Using Course Portfolios to Create a Disciplinary Commons Across Institutions
Josh Tenenberg and Qi Wang - UW Tacoma Computing and Software Systems

Creating On-line Learning Communities
jenny williamson, Akira Horita, & Trez Buckland - Biobehavioral and Health Systems Nursing and UW Educational Outreach

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3:30 Welcome and Plenary

4:00 Poster Sessions

Enhancing Learning in Laboratory Settings
Kris Bovy - Anthropology

Teaching Students Skills Prior to Immersing Them in Scientific Content Enhances Their Learning and Academic Success
Clarissa Dirks - Biology

A Scholarly Approach to Developing Resources for Engineering Educators
Matt Eliot & Jennifer Turns - Technical Communication

Preparing Students for Success in Upper Division Science Courses
Cheryl Greengrove, Sian Davies-Vollum, Jim Gawel - UW Tacoma Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, Environmental Sciences

Discipline-Based Education Research as a Guide for Instruction
Lillian C. McDermott - Physics

Developing an Interdisciplinary Team Learning-Centered Course
Samra Sangari - Chemical Engineering

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4:00 Roundtable Discussions

Classroom Presenter: Using Tablet PCs in the Classroom to Support Active Learning
Richard Anderson - Computer Science and Engineering

Teaching and Learning with the Consulting Learning Method
James P. Burton - UW Bothell Business Administration Program

Learning Environments Outside the Lecture Course
Donald Chinn - UW Tacoma Computing and Software Systems

Development of an Internship Program for Biology Undergraduates
Alison Crowe - Biology

Teaching Research Literature to Undergraduates
Greg Crowther - Chemical Engineering

Using Undergraduate Appraisals of Learning to Shape Development of Learning Technologies
Jaime Diaz, Jon Howe, Sepideh Aliakbari, Tara Kennedy, Joe Caramagno, Erika Feldman - Psychology

Teaching Quantitative Thinking Holistically
Robert C. Francis and Jodie Little - School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences

Using Video Traces
Scott Macklin - College of Education

Using Entrance and Exit Courses to Help Students Identify Learning Opportunities and Accomplishments
Rick Roth, Suzanne Withers- Geography

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