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2013 Teaching Learning and Technology Showcase

Teaching and Learning Showcase

Join us for the 9th Annual Teaching & Learning Showcase on April 9, 2015

The showcase is an opportunity for faculty to highlight the innovative practices they are using to help students succeed.  Previously the "Teaching With Technology Showcase," this year we are expanding to feature high impact teaching practices in all areas. 

WHAT?  An open-house style showcase featuring GRCC faculty sharing their high impact practices.  The event is FREE and food will be provided.  We are also giving away one GoPro HERO camera - all attendees will be automatically entered into the drawing!

WHERE?  Sneden 108

WHEN?  Thursday, April 9, 2015 from 3:00 - 6:00

WHY? To learn new teaching techniques and to celebrate the great work faculty are doing to promote student learning

HOW? Faculty who are sharing their ideas will be "hosting" tables where they will discuss their practices and answer questions you may have

WHO? All GRCC faculty (full-time and adjunct) are invited to attend. 

Registration is not required, and you may stop in for as little or as long as you like.  If you have questions about the Showcase, email us at CTE@grcc.edu or call 616-234-2278. 

Showcase Presentations:

Please click on the 2015 Teaching and Learning Showcase download on the right for the presentation descriptions.

Activities That Promote Engagement - Rana Woodhull, Business

Using i>clickers for Discussing Sensitive Issues - Dan Anderson, Language & Thought

Student Knows Best:  Autonomy in the Composition Classroom can Lessen Writing Anxiety, Increase Student Engagement - Megan Lockard, English

Paper, Paper Everywhere - Tips on Going Paperless - Gary Ebels, Criminal Justice

Equipment Checkout/New Classroom Technology - James Schafer, Media Technologies

Using a GoPro camera to Create OnLine Labs - Joe Hesse, Physical Sciences

An introduction to Assistive Technology, Alternate Formatting and Universal Instructional Design (UID) - Steven Gold, Occupation and Disability Support Services

Using Monarch Butterfly Life History to Teach Zoology - Matthew Douglas, Biology

Streamlined video production workflow with Camtasia and Youtube - Andrew Rozema, Computer Information Systems

Navigating a Sea of Information with Subject Guides and Online Modules - Lori DeBie and Sophie Brewer, Library

AdobeConnect - Dawn Zuidgeest-Craft, Nursing

Keeping It Simple: Using Padlet for Online Interactions - Tony Dykema-VanderArk, English

Tough Cases - Garry Brand, Business

How I Am Using My IIPD Grant - Jill Woller-Sullivan, Counseling and Career Center