College of Arts and Letters Retreat for Learning with Technology

Fri Apr 11, 2014 10:00am - 1:00pm @ Native American Cultural Center

Category: Custom Training Seats Available: 53

Format: Presentation  Delivery Method: Real-time  Delivery System: Classroom 

Instructors: Debbie Shepard, Don Carter, Linda Neff


Join us for a faculty learning with technology retreat for the College of Arts and Letters held in the Native American Cultural Center. Come see how CAL colleagues are fostering engagment and interaction in their classes. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn and share ideas about teaching with technology.

College of Arts and Letters Retreat for Learning with Technology
Friday, April 11, 2014
10 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Native American Cultural Center
Hosted by the e-Learning Center

Schedule and Topics

10 am
Don Carter

10:05 am
Rebecca Rinsema
College of Music
Modeling Critical Thinking in Blended Courses: Ways to Bring Students' Ideas Into Focus Outside and In the Classroom

10:35 am
Yuly Asencion Delaney
Corianne Blackman
Global Languages and Cultures
Screencast Feedback and Students' Writing: Benefits and Challenges

11:10 am
Sandra Raymond
Connected Learning: Participatory Culture, New Media, and 21st-Century Learners

11:40 am
Bernd Conrad
Timothy Darby
Global Languages and Cultures
When Sustainability and (Still) Planned Obsolescence Clash: How Can CALL Meet the Challenge?


12:15 pm Lunch and follow-up conversations


Register today!