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Conference for High-Impact Instructional Practices

East Tennessee State University

Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent Session Offerings

August 3rd: 10:00 - 11:00 am

Technology Tips for Improving Student Engagement in Online Courses

Dr. David Toye, Northeast State

High Impact Instruction in an Integrated Neurologic and Psychiatric Pharmacy Course

Drs. Sarah Melton, Brooks Pond, Stacey Brown, Rebecca Maloney, ETSU

Giving Students More Control & Making Failure OK with a New Kind of Grading

Dr. Alison Barton, ETSU

August 3rd: 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Living Langston: Entangled Knowledge in a Broadly Imagined Community

Shara Lange & Joy Fulkerson, ETSU

Through the eyes of a child: how what we know about how children learn can inform our practice in the college classroom

Dr. Patrick Brown, ETSU

Nerding Out: Embracing Authenticity to Foster a Spirit of Inclusion, Inquiry, and Engagement with Students

Dr. Lori Meier, ETSU

August 4th: 8:30 - 9:30 am

Take a "moment" and make your class massively better

Dr. Susan Epps, ETSU

Student Engagement and Relationship Building: For the on-Line Environment

Dr. Flo Weierbach, ETSU

Igniting In-Class Participation and Learning with D2L Warm-Ups

Dr. Joshua Reid,  ETSU

August 4th: 9:45 - 10:45 am

Experiential Service Learning: Stripping Away the Norms, Exposing New Tools & Techniques

Dr. Melanie Richards & Megan Short Fannon, ETSU

Integrating Reflection Into Online Courses

Dr. Jill Channing, ETS

Race in Class

Kelsey Trom & Dr. Ashley Rattner, Tusculum University



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