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The summer workshops are a series of three-hour meetings where faculty come together to discuss curriculum development and improvement projects that are designed to enhance the learning of their students. The workshops are funded by the National Institutes of Health RISE and BUILD programs at Xavier University of Louisiana. Each participant gives a 20 to 25 minute talk that provides the rationale for and details of their project. Participants also share data (including methods of assessment), challenges and successes and future directions for their projects. Plans for dissemination of the findings is a key part of every presentation. The 2019 presentations occurred as follows:
 
The summer workshops are a series of three-hour meetings where faculty come together to discuss curriculum development and improvement projects that are designed to enhance the learning of their students. The workshops are funded by the National Institutes of Health RISE and BUILD programs at Xavier University of Louisiana. Each participant gives a 20 to 25 minute talk that provides the rationale for and details of their project. Participants also share data (including methods of assessment), challenges and successes and future directions for their projects. Plans for dissemination of the findings is a key part of every presentation. The 2019 presentations occurred as follows:
  
Monday, June 17, 2019
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'''Monday, June 17, 2019'''
  
Grants Overview by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh
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* Grants Overview by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh
Workshop Structure by Dr. Tiera S. Coston Media:2017 Summer Workshops Agenda.pdf
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* Workshop Structure by Dr. Tiera S. Coston [[Media:2017 Summer Workshops Agenda.pdf]]
Developmental Biology (BIOL 3162) by Dr. Ian Davenport Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf
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* Developmental Biology (BIOL 3162) by Dr. Ian Davenport [[Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf]]
Evaluating Science as a Consumer (XCOR 3010) by Drs. Terry Watt & Tasha Toro Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf
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* Evaluating Science as a Consumer (XCOR 3010) by Drs. Terry Watt & Tasha Toro [[Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf]]
Revision of Introductory Physics Labs (PHYS 2010L/2020L) by Dr. Freddie Landry Media:Intro to Physcis Labs.pdf
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* Revision of Introductory Physics Labs (PHYS 2010L/2020L) by Dr. Freddie Landry [[Media:Intro to Physcis Labs.pdf]]
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
 
  
Evaluation of the Quantitative Analysis Laboratory Curriculum (CHEM 3210L) by Dr. Mehnaaz Ali Media:Intro to Physcis Labs.pdf
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'''Tuesday, June 18, 2019'''
Ethics at the End of Life (PHIL 3000/XCOR 3010) by Dr. James Dunson Media:Ethics at the End of Life.pdf
 
Improving Principles of Polymer Chemistry (CHEM 4230) by Dr. Asem Abdulahad Media:Ethics at the End of Life.pdf
 
Introduction to Biochemistry - Incorporation of 3-D Molecular Models (CHEM 3130) by Dr. Terry Watt Media:Introduction to Biochemistry.pdf
 
Advanced Biochemistry (CHEM 4060) by Drs. Kelly Johanson & Terry Watt Media:Advanced Biochemistry.pdf
 
Overhaul of General Biology I and II Lecture Courses (BIOL 1230/BIOL 1240) by Drs. Ian Davenport, Cecily Defreece and Thomas Huckaba Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf
 
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
 
  
Dr. Melissa 'Missy' Beers, Program Director for Introduction to Psychology and Coordinator for Introduction to Social Psychology at The Ohio State University, spoke on the topic Making and Old Course New Again: A Teaching Workshop in Two Parts - Part One: Teaching Traps and Part II: Assessment to the Rescue.In Part One of the workshop Dr. Beers discussed three common teaching traps along with ideas and tools to escape them. Part Two highlighted five (plus one bonus) practical, easy to implement assessment strategies that can be integrated into any class. Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf
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* Evaluation of the Quantitative Analysis Laboratory Curriculum (CHEM 3210L) by Dr. Mehnaaz Ali [[Media:Intro to Physcis Labs.pdf]]
Thursday, June 20, 2019
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* Ethics at the End of Life (PHIL 3000/XCOR 3010) by Dr. James Dunson [[Media:Ethics at the End of Life.pdf]]
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* Improving Principles of Polymer Chemistry (CHEM 4230) by Dr. Asem Abdulahad [[Media:Ethics at the End of Life.pdf]]
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* Introduction to Biochemistry - Incorporation of 3-D Molecular Models (CHEM 3130) by Dr. Terry Watt [[Media:Introduction to Biochemistry.pdf]]
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* Advanced Biochemistry (CHEM 4060) by Drs. Kelly Johanson & Terry Watt [[Media:Advanced Biochemistry.pdf]]
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* Overhaul of General Biology I and II Lecture Courses (BIOL 1230/BIOL 1240) by Drs. Ian Davenport, Cecily Defreece and Thomas Huckaba [[Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf]]
  
Forget Fashionable Fads: Practice Proven Pedagogy by Dr. Tiera S. Coston Media:Participation in SoTL.pdf
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'''Wednesday, June 19, 2019'''
Integration of an Evaluation Plan for Sound, Responsive and Effective Evaluation by Dr. Roshan Nayak Media:Assessment and Survey Design.pdf
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Outcomes and Evaluations by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh
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* Dr. Melissa 'Missy' Beers, Program Director for Introduction to Psychology and Coordinator for Introduction to Social Psychology at The Ohio State University, spoke on the topic Making and Old Course New Again: A Teaching Workshop in Two Parts - Part One: Teaching Traps and Part II: Assessment to the Rescue.In Part One of the workshop Dr. Beers discussed three common teaching traps along with ideas and tools to escape them. Part Two highlighted five (plus one bonus) practical, easy to implement assessment strategies that can be integrated into any class. [[Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf]]
Progress Report and Future Directions by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh
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'''Thursday, June 20, 2019'''
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* Forget Fashionable Fads: Practice Proven Pedagogy by Dr. Tiera S. Coston [[Media:Participation in SoTL.pdf]]
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* Integration of an Evaluation Plan for Sound, Responsive and Effective Evaluation by Dr. Roshan Nayak [[Media:Assessment and Survey Design.pdf]]
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* Outcomes and Evaluations by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh
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* Progress Report and Future Directions by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh

Revision as of 20:55, 24 June 2019

The summer workshops are a series of three-hour meetings where faculty come together to discuss curriculum development and improvement projects that are designed to enhance the learning of their students. The workshops are funded by the National Institutes of Health RISE and BUILD programs at Xavier University of Louisiana. Each participant gives a 20 to 25 minute talk that provides the rationale for and details of their project. Participants also share data (including methods of assessment), challenges and successes and future directions for their projects. Plans for dissemination of the findings is a key part of every presentation. The 2019 presentations occurred as follows:

Monday, June 17, 2019

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

  • Dr. Melissa 'Missy' Beers, Program Director for Introduction to Psychology and Coordinator for Introduction to Social Psychology at The Ohio State University, spoke on the topic Making and Old Course New Again: A Teaching Workshop in Two Parts - Part One: Teaching Traps and Part II: Assessment to the Rescue.In Part One of the workshop Dr. Beers discussed three common teaching traps along with ideas and tools to escape them. Part Two highlighted five (plus one bonus) practical, easy to implement assessment strategies that can be integrated into any class. Media:Gen Bio I and Dev Bio.pdf

Thursday, June 20, 2019

  • Forget Fashionable Fads: Practice Proven Pedagogy by Dr. Tiera S. Coston Media:Participation in SoTL.pdf
  • Integration of an Evaluation Plan for Sound, Responsive and Effective Evaluation by Dr. Roshan Nayak Media:Assessment and Survey Design.pdf
  • Outcomes and Evaluations by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh
  • Progress Report and Future Directions by Dr. Maryam Foroozesh