THURSDAY, AUGUST 13TH
TLC20 will be held live virtually. Register for the conference using this survey. Come join your higher education colleagues in sharing evidence-based teaching and learning practices.
Our Keynote Speaker for TLC 2020 is Dr. Cindy Nebel!
Dr. Cindy Nebel earned her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and has worked as the Assistant Chair of Psychology at Lindenwood University and Associate Professor of Psychology at Washburn University. Cindy currently serves as a Lecturer in the Leadership and Learning in Organizations EdD program at Vanderbilt University and has been a member of the Learning Scientists team since 2016, regularly contributing to the podcast, blog, videos, and workshops. Cindy has broad interests in human learning and memory and applying cognitive concepts to improve education. Follow Cindy on Twitter at @PsyDocCindy.
To catch any presentation you might have missed or re-watch any material please click the link on the session title below.
|Session||Presenter(s)||Session Title||Additional Resources|
|Keynote||Cindy Nebel; master of ceremonies Kevin Randall||Using Cognitive Science to Optimize Learning||Slides|
|A1||Christine Cardinal||Health Law and Your Syllabi: Protecting Students and Protecting Yourself|
|A2||Danhong Chen & Renjie Zhou||Exploring Blended Instructional Practices to Enhance Student Learning Outcomes|
|A3||Morgan Lutz, Thomas Sosebee, & Ray Scheel||Accessible Course Materials 101: What You Need to Know to Ensure Equal Digital Access|
|A4||Dianna Kim & Stacy Johnson||Anatomy of an Article: Active and Reflecting Learning in Your Instruction Space|
|A5||Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin||Scaffolding using Templates|
|B1||Erin Owens||Spontaneous Applause: First-Year Outcomes of the OER Course Redesign Grant at SHSU|
|B2||David Thompson, Tarek Trad, & Mila Wagner||Ramps into Research: Strengthening Learning in Research Courses|
|B3||Katharine Hubbard||Minimize Your Slides to Maximize Your Message|
|B4||Faruk Yildiz & Melody Rich||Outcomes of Great Teaching Retreat|
|B5||Nadia Arensdorf||Challenging Introductory Writers: Scaffolding Discipline-Specific-X-2 Research Papers for First-Year Learners|
|B6||Kay Angrove||SHSU Common Reader Program: American Like Me - My Identity is my Superpower, not an Obstacle|
|C1||Cindy Nebel||A Hands-on Workshop for Retrieval Practice||Slides|
|C2||Kevin Randall||Incorporating Learner-Centered Syllabi Components|
|C3||Katharine Hubbard||Tech in the Classroom to Foster Learning: from Polling to Pinterest|
|C4||Brandy Doleshal & Li-Jen Lester||Engaging Classrooms Overview|
|C5||Enrique Mallen||Achieving Productive Online Learning Through Project-Oriented, Self-Reflective Activities|
Grading for Growth: A Pragmatic Approach to Increasing Student Success and Teacher Satisfaction
|D2||Joyce McCauley, Lee Miller, & Taylor Morrison||Moving Academic Community Engagement (ACE) online: Challenges and Surprising Possibilities|
|D4||Heather Adair & Ashley Crane||Misinformation in the Disciplines|
|D5||Li-Jen Lester||Engaging Classrooms – QEP Assessment Finding|
|Closing||Cindy Nebel||Live Q&A Session|
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