Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Learning

Schedule

Schedule-At-A-Glance

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
8:30-9:00 AM
Breakfast and Registration
9:00-9:20 AM
Welcome and Opening Session
9:30-10:00 AM

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Concurrent Sessions

Student Pedagogical Teams: Effects of Engaging Students in the Teaching Process

Debrief Is the Main Event: How Debrief Activities Transformed My Flipped Classroom

The Impact of Mentored Undergraduate Research Experience on STEM Career Persistence: A Case Study From the Health Sciences

Boundary Crossing and Guarding in a Two-Semester Writing Class

Breaking Down Silos: A Collaborative Approach to Supporting International Students

10:10-10:40 AM

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Concurrent Sessions

Motivating Your Learners (And Yourself) Through a Feedback Team
*10:10 – 11:20 AM

A Faculty-Driven Model for Engaging Remote Faculty in the SAIL Initiative

Authorship Not Caught and Not Taught in STEM Undergraduate Research Experiences

Students as Partners: Empowering TAs to Design, Teach, and Assess

Making Co-Curricular Learning Visible to International Students Through Faculty/Advisor Collaboration

10:50-11:20 AM

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Concurrent Sessions

A Collaborative Approach to Designing an ePortfolio to Support Critical Reflection in a Capstone

Software-Supported Active Learning Cycles Allow Combined Learning and Assessment Activities

Broadening Access to Resource-Intensive Courses Through Multi-Institutional Virtual Learning

A Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Mindfulness Training in Education on Self-Compassion

11:30 AM-12:15 PM
Lunch
12:30-1:45 PM

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Keynote Presentation

“Working Alongside Those That Are Typically Viewed as Having the Power”: Expanding Structures to Support Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching

2:00-3:15 PM

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Concurrent Workshops

A Conversation With Alison Cook-Sather

Reimagining Your Learning Opportunity: Using SAIL to Illuminate Embedded Competencies, Skills, and Literacies

SoTL-In-Progress: Locating Yourself in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at Northeastern

Pop Up Courses: Why, What, How?

Designing Co-Curricular Learning: Models From the Faculty-In-Residence Program

3:15-4:30 PM

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Poster Presentations/ Wine & Cheese Reception

A Collaborative, Personalized Approach to Promoting Growth and Development in Student-Athletes

Bridging the Gap Between Competencies and Assessment Data: Professional, SAIL, and Outcomes

Designing Engaging Educational Modules to Teach Multiple Analytical Techniques and PCA in Matlab

Developing and Implementing Comics as a Visual Learning Tool

Students as Partners as a Model for Research on Reflection in Cooperative Education

The SAIL Experience and Opportunities for Faculty: “I SAILed My Course, Now What?”

The Use of Open Educational Resources (OERs) in the Classroom

We Own This: A Class Patent System as Experiential Learning

* Please note: the interactive session titled “Motivating Your Learners (and Yourself) Through a Feedback Team” runs for the duration of two time slots (from 10:10 AM-11:20 AM).

Questions?

If you have any questions, email learningresearch@northeastern.edu.