[Socrates] Teaching Innovation Showcase - Friday May 9 (9am to 4pm)

Jean Kelly Jean.Kelly at qc.cuny.edu
Wed May 7 12:17:59 EDT 2014

Sent on behalf of Michelle Fraboni:

Please break bread with us (and watch presentations on great teaching and learning practices) at CTL's Teaching Innovation Showcase Friday, May 9. 

The complete schedule for the day’s presentations is below; you will find additional information (descriptions of each presentation) on the event’s webpage: http://ctl.qc.cuny.edu/teaching-innovation-carnivale/

Please let us know if you will be attending, by completing this brief RSVP form: http://goo.gl/nXAP1J

Best - 

Teaching Innovation Showcase - http://ctl.qc.cuny.edu/teaching-innovation-carnivale/
May 9, 2014, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Agora Café, Student Union

Food (and great teaching and learning practices) will be served, so please RSVP: http://goo.gl/nXAP1J


9:00 am – Breakfast

9:30 am – Tsippa Ackerman (Psychology) – It’s Not Just for Cat Videos: Using YouTube to Help Teach

10:00 am – Anaiis Cisco, Nicole Bugarin, Chad Scantlebury, Professor Roopali Mukherjee, and Professor Ellen Scott – The Ethnic Media Collective

10:30 am – Chris Hanusa (Mathematics) – Individual Research in Mathematics

11:00 am – Fern Estrow (FNES) – Virtual Meeting Tools: Beyond Teaching Off Campus

11:30 am – Robin Hizme, Rafal Olechowski, Brian Sweeney, Chris Lore, Laura Caba and Sadiqah Ali (College Preparatory Programs) – Collaborating with Technology in Humanities Courses

12:00 pm – Intermission and lunch

1:00 pm – Mark Levy (Civil Rights Initiative), Norka Blackman-Richards (SEEK), Ryan Smith (Design/Art), and Leslie Leach (BALA) – Is the 1960s Civil Rights Narrative Relevant to QC Students Today?

2:00 pm – Ted Kesler (EECE) and Damian Walsh – Multimodal and Multimedia Writing for a Better World

2:30 pm – John Dennehy (Biology) – Genomics Research Experience: An Introductory Biology Lab

3:00 pm – Hannah Schwadron (Drama, Theatre, and Dance) – Testing Theory-Practice in the QC Dance Classroom

3:30 pm – Ramona Pérez (Anthropology) – From Candycane Colonialism and Competitive Kula Exchange to the Cooperative Economics of Grades: Teaching Simulations and Student Motivations in Anthropology 101 and 201

4:00 pm – Raffle


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