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1 From Initial Design to Final Assessment: Increased Learning through Intentional Pedagogy April 4, 2013 Indianapolis, Indiana

2 Welcome! Angelito "Lito" de Leon David “My Reflections

3 Thank you! Special thank you to :  AKD  NCSA  ASA Teaching and Learning Section  NCSA conference staff  Today’s presenters!  And to YOU for being here!

4 Opening Activities  Worksheet #1 – Key Concepts  Worksheet #2 – Techniques for Assessing Prior Knowledge: Key Concepts

5 Recap  Take away points:  1.  2. Questions I still have… Birch tree oil painting by Niki Gulley

6 Begin at the End: Intentional Course Design  How do we define success?  Note card

7 How do you define success? On note card:  What would need to have happened today for you to feel that this workshop was a success? (Expectations for presenters, content and self?)

8 Workshop Objectives/Outcomes At the end of this session participants will: 1. I have increased knowledge about how to design my courses in order to maximize learning 2. Have acquired concrete examples of techniques they can apply in their classes. 3. Have considered overarching processes/ideas that will inform future teaching choices. 4. Be able to identify and contact other enthusiastic scholarly teachers. 5. Express a commitment to involvement in AKD & the T&L sections of NCSA & ASA.

9 Begin at the End: Intentional Course Design  Worksheet #3  What would a successful student “look like” at the end of your course?  Content mastery  Skill development  Attitudinal and behavioral changes

10 Recap  Take away points:  1.  2.  3. Questions I still have… Anime “First Impressions”

11 Keynote Intentional Curriculum: The Importance of Teaching to the Cloud Kathy Rowell, Sinclair Community College

12 Recap  Take away points:  1.  2. Questions I still have…

13 Break  Take a deep breadth  Stretch  Meet someone new! Cast bronze female “Yoga Stretch”

14 Concurrent Roundtables: Round One  Table 1: Choosing Texts  Nancy Greenwood, Indiana University Kokomo  Table 2: Grading and Assessment  Rebecca Erickson, University of Akron  Table 3: Online Classes  Darlaine Gardetto, St. Louis Community College-Meramec  Table 4: Using Technology  Melinda Messineo, Ball State University  Table 5: Teaching Portfolio  Rebecca Bordt, DePauw University

15 Expert Learner & Scholarly Teacher Session Constructing a Meaningful Classroom Culture Leslie Wang, Saint Mary’s College

16 Lunch: Interest Group Discussions Table 1:“Work-Life Balance” Debra Swanson, Hope College Table 2:“Responding to Challenging Situations” Darlaine Gardetto, St. Louis Community College-Meramec Table 3:“Tips that Helped Me Survive” Rebecca Erickson The University of Akron Table 4: "Mentoring Faculty of Color" Fayyaz Hussain, Michigan State University and Leslie Wang, Saint Mary’s College Table 5:“Managing Appointments Across Numerous Institutions” Kim Hennessee Sherman, Ball State University

17 Reflection and Refocus  Being Present Activity  Review your notes…Questions?  Where do you hope to be at the end? How can you get there? Christine Carmel - “Refocus”

18 Expert Learner & Scholarly Teacher Session The Curriculum: Where Does Your Course Fit In? Kathy Feltey, University of Akron

19 Small Group Discussion Worksheet #4  ** How can the study results inform your teaching choices? Provide an example.  **How does this experience reflect your own approaches to assigned readings?

20 Meet and Thank-Our-Sponsors  Jeff Chin Professor of Sociology & Carnegie National Scholar, Le Moyne College Past-Chair, ASA Teaching & Learning Secretary-Treasurer, Alpha Kappa Delta  Margaret Vitullo Academic and Professional Affairs Program, American Sociological Association

21 Concurrent Roundtables: Round Two  Table 1. Using Humor to Create a Sociological Identity  Table 2. Facilitating Learning through Discussion  Table 3. The "A" Word: Improving and Developing Curricular Assessment in Face of Resistance  Table 4. The Art of Games-Based Learning  Table 5. Teaching Controversial Topics with Team- Based Learning.  Table 6. Teaching & Learning in socioeconomically diverse classrooms.  Table 7. Unique Experiences of Community College Students: Dealing with External Factors

22 Next Steps, More Resources, Parting  Teaching Sociology  TRAILS  NCSA & ASA Teaching & Learning Section as your home.

23 Continue the conversation… “Authors Meet Critic” Greenwood and Howard, Friday 9:30am “The Core of Sociology” Ballantine, Friday 11am Professional development certification

24 Seminar Closing Thank you for being here! “Goodbye Dorothy” by Denise Harrelson

25 Planning Committee Members:  Becky Erickson  Melinda Messineo  Special thanks to Jeff Chin & Joyce Lucke

26 Thank you!  AKD  NCSA  ASA Teaching & Learning  NCSA conference staff  Today’s presenters!  And to YOU for being here!


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