April 27, 2012
Professor Charles C. Benight, Department of Psychology
In this session I will demonstrate a relational empowerment teaching approach in sharing results from a study of senior seminar students in a trauma psychology course. Come if you dare.
Setting Up Cooperative Groups in an Online Course - Regina Winters, School of Public Affairs
Teaming Online Students in Case Assignments - Monique Dooley, College of Buisness
February 22, 2012
Facilitating and Managing Class Discussions Online - Vicki Brownrigg, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Facilitating and Managing Class Discussions Online
Engaging Students Online with Wikis and Blogs - Janice Thorpe, Department of Communications
Archive presentation available by logging into Blackboard (bb.uccs.edu). Click on the Community Tab. Click on Teaching and Learning Center Online, then Announcements.
Imagine being able to rotate around the solar system, navigate through a data set in 3D, and interact with a simulated ecosystem - all from the palm of your hand. With Augmented Reality, it's possible! Augmented Reality (AR) is a technique through which 3D virtual objects can be overlaid onto the "real world" in real-time, using nothing more than a home computer or a mobile device. In this session we will explore various educational uses of augmented reality including scientific simulations, digital storytelling, assistive technology and data
About Guest Speaker, Craig Kapp: Craig Kapp (M.P.S, New York University, M.S. The College of New Jersey) is an interactive developer who has spent over ten years working to find ways to bring cutting edge technologies into educational settings. Craig recently founded ZooBurst LLC, a web-based startup that focuses on bringing augmented reality digital storytelling tools into classrooms around the world.
Ten Simple Design Considerations that Engage Students in Your Online Course - Sharon Stevens and Scott Switzer
It is essential to engage your students and make your online course as interactive as possible. During this session we will discuss ten considerations when creating an online course or when converting a face-to-face class for the online environment.
Session 2: Designing Effective Assignments and Assessments
Session 4: What does it take? – Online Teaching Experiences of UCCS Faculty
During this session, listen to UCCS online experts talk about their online teaching experiences and get your own questions answered about online teaching.
Practice Session for TLC Summer Conference
Team Blogging for History Students – Engaging In the Making of History - Carole Woodall, LAS
Real Life Scenarios Role Played in Health Science Online Courses - Jackie Crouch, Beth-El
Using Social Justice Videos to Facilitate Online Learning - Eddie Portillos, LAS
Why Teach Online? - Venkat Reddy, COB
Establishing Instructor Presence in Your Online Course - Scott Switzer, COE
Getting Students Engaged in Online Learning - Jackie Crouch, Beth-El