2013 Teaching Festival Archive

Program of Events

All Times in Central Standard Time
Events Take Place in the Faculty Development Center, Emerson Library, Room 420, *unless otherwise noted

Monday, February 18

3:00pm – 5:00pm

Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations & Opening Reception

*Held in East Academic Building, Rooms 253/262

Poster presentations are opportunities for faculty members to share effective and innovative teaching using compelling, large-format print displays. Posters will be on display throughout the week and presented at the Festival Opening Reception.

 

Tuesday, February 19

10:00am – 11:00am

Panel

Preventing Plagiarism

Presenters:

Ellen Mayes,
MSN Student, College of Arts & Sciences

Anne Schappe,
Professor, Nursing Department, College of Arts & Sciences

12:00 Noon

Panel

Surviving Real World Survivor

Presenters:

Bruce Umbaugh,
Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts & Sciences

Victoria McMullen,
Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education

Holly Hubenschmidt
Department Head, Instruction, Liaison and Reference Services, Webster University Library

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Workshop

Brain-Wise Strategies for the College Classroom

*Held in the East Academic Building, Room 102

Presenter:

Carolyn Cottrell,
Regional Director for Kansas City Programs 

 

3:15pm - 4:15pm

Workshop

Practical Strategies & Tools/Student Writing

*Held in the East Academic Building, Room 102

Presenters:

Roshanda Cade, Coordinator, Writing Center

Gad Guterman, Assistant Professor, Conservatory of Theatre Arts, Leigh Gerdine School of Fine Arts

George Shea, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Arts, Reading and Early Childhood, School of Education

 

Wednesday, February 20

12:00 Noon

Panel

Reflections on Study Abroad

Presenters:

Kimberly Mantia-Ochoa,
Study Abroad Advisor, Office of Study Abroad

Kate Brooks,
Department Associate, Office of Study Abroad

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Workshop

Working with Students with Disabilities

*Held in the Emerson Library Conference Room

Kevin Pelzel,
Assistant Director & ADA Coordinator, Academic Resource Center

Cindy Yamnitz,
Assistive Technology Coordinator, Academic Resource Center

3:00pm – 4:15pm

Panel

Kemper Award Winners Panel

How to do Oral Presentations that Engage Your Students and Teach Them Something 

*Held in the Emerson Library Conference Room

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Panel

Promoting Academic Writing for Graduate Students

DJ Kaiser
Assistant Professor / Coordinator, TESL

 

Thursday, February 21

9:00am – 10:00am

Panel

Service Learning

Presenters:

Amy Terbrock,
MSN Student, College of Arts & Sciences

Anne Schappe,
Professor, Nursing Department, College of Arts & Sciences

*12:00 Noon

*Postponed due to weather - check back for updated time

Panel

Teaching Literature Students to Question

Presenters:

Karla Armbruster,
Professor, English Department, College of Arts & Sciences & Students

*2:00pm – 3:00pm

*Postponed due to weather - check back for updated time

Panel

The Transformative Effects of Webster's Global Hybrid Courses

Presenters:

Anne Browning,
Program Director, Walker School of Business & Technology

Brad Scott,
Associate Professor,Business Department, Walker School of Business & Technology

Roy Tamashiro,
Professor, Multidisciplinary Studies Department, School of Education

*3:00pm – 4:00pm

*Postponed due to weather - check back for updated time

Panel

Bringing the Street to Campus and Taking the Campus to the Street

Presenters:

Joe Roberts,
Associate Professor, Management Department,Walker School of Business

Gary Rentz,
Professor of Management, Management Department, Walker School of Business

 

Friday, February 22

*10:00am – 11:00am

*Postponed due to weather - check back for updated time

Roundtable Discussion

Find a Story in the Song: Teaching the Genres of Storytelling through Music

Presenters:

Carol Hoyt,
Associate Professor, School of Education

Lori Diefenbacher,
Experiential Learning, Education for Global Sustainability, School of Education

*12:00pm - 1:00pm

*Postponed due to weather - check back for updated time

Roundtable Discussion

Honoring a Sustainable Future with Curriculum

Presenter:

Lori Diefenbacher,
Experiential Learning, Education for Global Sustainability, School of Education

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Roundtable Discussion

Enhancing Oral Communication Beyond Your Classroom

Presenter:

Ralph Olliges,
Chair & Associate Professor, Coordinator-M.E.T. Education Tech/President of the Faculty Senate, Multidisciplinary Studies Department,School of Education

*2:00pm – 3:00pm

*Postponed due to weather - check back for updated time

Roundtable Discussion

Designing Course Content Beyond Our Disciplines: Towards a Model for Shared Course Content

Presenter:

Liz Miller,
Electronic/Photographic Media Department, School of Communications

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