2013 Teaching and Learning Symposium

Welcome to the third annual

Teaching and Learning
Symposium

 

Thursday, April 18, 2013
10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
North Creek Events Center
UW Bothell

 
Sponsored by Teaching and Learning Center & Office of Academic Affairs

The Symposium provides an opportunity for all of us in the teaching and learning community to share best practices, celebrate accomplishments and discuss the scholarship of teaching and learning in a forum dedicated to enriching the UW Bothell experience for faculty, staff, and students. 


Call for Proposals

The University of Washington Bothell 2013 Teaching and Learning Symposium invites you to submit a proposal for a poster presentation and to share this announcement with interested colleagues.

Schedule at a Glance

10:30 - 11:45    Poster Session I
11:45 - 12:00    Break
12:00 - 1:00    Workshop with Dr. David Goldstein:
                          A LUNCHEON CONVERSATION: SCHOLARSHIP OF  
                          TEACHING AND LEARNING

  1:00 -   1:15    Break
  1:15 -   2:30    Poster Session II
  

Poster Session I

10:30 - 11:45

Expanding Our Public: Locating Community Partners for Participatory Collaboration
Christian Anderson, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

An Approach to Teaching Pattern Recognition for Professional Writing
Laurie Anderson, Ph.D. (Computing and Software Systems), Nancy Kool, Ph.D. (CUSP)

Learning and Transformation at UW Bothell
Leslie Ashbaugh, Ph.D. (CUSP); Martha Groom, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences); Dan Jacoby, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences); Jerelyn Resnick, Ph.D., RN (Nursing and Health Studies);Karen Rosenberg, Ph.D. (Writing and Communication Center)

Collaborative Partnerships: Academic-Community Outcomes
Mabel Ezeonwu, Ph.D., RN (Nursing and Health Studies)

Women on Film
Ruth Gregory, MFA (CUSP)

Cultivating Critical Thinking Skills Among Conservation Biology Students
Martha Groom, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences); David Stokes, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Integrated and Inclusive: Connecting Diverse Community Newspapers and Student Learning
Kristin Gustafson, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Forming High-Performance Student-Directed Teams for Learning
Mark Kochanski, M.S. (Computing and Software Systems)

Of Beaks and beakers: Integrating Experiential Learning in a First-Year Animal Studies Course
Nancy Kool, (CUSP)

Bridging Academia and Communities: A Skill-Buyilding Course in Community-Based Participatory Research
Selina Mohammed, Ph.D., MPH, RN (Nursing and Health Studies)

Using Reflection to Promote RNB Students' Application of Theory to Practice in an Ethics Course: What We Are Learning So Far
Jerelyn Resnick, Ph.D., RN (Nursing and Health Studies); Susan Jones, BSN, Graduate Student (Nursing and Health Sciences); Nazanin Shobeiri, Undergraduate Student (Science and Technology)

(RealISE) UW Bothell Wiki
Drew Stone, Undergraduate Student (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Have your science go viral! On-line surveys and scoial media to teach science
Bryan White, Ph.D. (Science and Technology)

Poster Session II

1:15 - 2:30

The Development of Resources for Integrating Community-Based Learning into the Health Studies Major Curriculum
Christopher Wade, Ph.D., MPH (Nursing and Health Studies)

Chess Empowers Young Females in the Classroom
Chouchan Airapetian, Graduate Student (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Conceptualizing Connections: Laying the Foundations for Assessment
Alyssa Berger, MLIS (Library); Nia Lam, MLIS (Library); Megan Watson, MLS, MA (Library)

The Prison Education and Action Project
Dan Berger, Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Wiggio Webinars: Professional Development in the Virtual World
Helen "Trez" Buckland, Ph.D. (School of Public Health, UW Seattle); jenny williamson, Project Director (UW Seattle); Cheryl Lydon, Science Program Manager (Puget Sound Educational Service District)

Professional Development in the Age of Social Media: Lessons from the Teachers
Helen "Trez" Buckland, Ph.D. (School of Public Health, UW Seattle); jenny williamson, Project Director (UW Seattle); Conn McQuinn, Assistant Executive Director; Technology (Puget Sound Educational Service District)

Commit to Flipping Without Making a Full-Time Commitment
Erin Hill, Ph.D. (Quantitative Skills Center); Linda Martin-Morris, Ph.D. Biology (UW Seattle)

Reflective Pedagogies: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Religion in Secular Settings
Nina Kim, Instructor/Graduate Student (UW Seattle)

The Challenge Cycle: Puget Sound Teachers Connect Neuroscience with Teaching and Learning through an Iterative Learning Model
Kieran O'Mahoney, Ph.D. (LIFE Center)

Learning Anywhere and Everywhere: A Day in the Life of the UW Student
Heidi Stahl, IT (UW Seattle)

Student Driven Peer Mentorship Pilot Project
Cora Thomas, Graduate Student (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Layers of Mentoring in Community Justice Projects
Camille Walsh, J.D., Ph.D. (School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Breakout Sessions: A Win-Win Situations for Students and Peer Facilitators
Bryan White, Ph.D. (Science and Technology); Students in Science and Technology: Chelsea Broomhead, Sherry Mae Ancheta

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Resources for Presenters