Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning - Events
January 16: CITL Winter Workshop from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm; DSU Room 2004
9:00 – 10:00 Project-Based Learning - This presentation will focus on identifying the elements of Gold Standard Project
Based Learning, how to design Project Based Learning experiences in all modalities,
and identify potential issues in implementation. Participants will leave with a toolbox
of Project Based Learning resources and concrete next steps for design and development.
Presenter: Hannah Digges-Elliott, Instructional Designer II
10:00 – 11:00 Small Teachings Strategies for Face-to-Face and Online Classes –
During this session, we’ll discuss quick and easy strategies you can use to increase student learning and engagement in your face-to-face or online classes. The session is based on the book Small Teachings by Dr. James Lang and Small Teachings Online by Dr. Flower Darby and Dr. James Lang
Presenters: Alicia Pennington, Instructional Designer II, and Catie Weaver, Instructional Designer I
11:00 – 12:00 noon Speed Round – During this session, you’ll get a high-level overview of 3 Blackboard tools that
could make your teaching life easier. In addition, you’ll see how creating multimedia
videos can be made easier by using the CITL Studio.
Presenters: Various CITL staff members
Lunch at Fresh Food (Provided)
1:00 – 2:00 Increasing Student Engagement Through Multimedia – Multimedia tools, such as Mediasite, can be an invaluable tool for increasing student
learning. Drs. Edwards and Reeka will explain how they’ve effectively used Mediasite
to help students learn.
Presenters: Dr. Sarah Edwards, Chemistry, and Dr. Bryan Reeka, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Attend the whole day or come to the sessions you can