Improving Teaching Through Enhanced Analysis of Teaching Evaluations. Richard A. Hullinger, John Kruschke, and Ben Motz (Psychological and Brain Sciences).
Arts-Based Approaches for Enhancing Critical Thinking and Conflict Transformation Skills Among Undergraduate Students. Marjorie Manifold and Mousumi De (Art Education, Curriculum, and Instruction).
Evaluation of Practices for Teaching Assistants in Active Learning Classrooms.Tessa Bent (Speech and Hearing Sciences), Julie Knapp (School of Public Health), and Jill Robinson (Chemistry).
Reimagining Opera for Kids: Developing a Pedagogy of Performing Arts Community Engagement. Kimberly Carballo, Kevin Murphy, and Martha Eason (Jacobs School of Music).
Efficacy of Online Learning Modules in a Large Undergraduate Anatomy Class. Polly Husmann (Medical Sciences).
An Ongoing Study Determining the Best Support Programming for Students in Need, Part II: Solving the Finite Mathematics Quandary. Andrew Koke, Kristyn Sylvia, Molly Burke, and Anthony Guest-Scott (StudentAcademic Center); Elizabeth Housworth (Mathematics) and Leslie Robinson (College of Arts and Sciences).
Mathematical Information Understanding via Open Educational Resources andPersonalized Graphical Search. Xiaozhong Liu (Information and Library Science).
Immersive Mobile Technologies for Language Teaching and Learning. Olga Scrivner and Julie Madewell (Spanish and Portuguese Department); Nitocris Perez and Cameron Buckley (University Information Technology Services).
Exploring the Role of Language Aptitude and Motivation in Learning Chinese. Henghua Su, Yung-Yung Chang, and Lan Yu (East Asian Languages & Cultures).
How Can We More Effectively Encourage Faculty to Apply and Do SOTL?. Carol Hostetter (Social Work).
The Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Experience Offered by the PASS Student Led Team Learning Program: Biology and Beyond. Andrew Koke (Student Academic Center).
Analyzing the learning outcomes and teaching strategies of an arts-based general education curriculum on peace and conflict transformation through the arts. Marjorie Manifold and Mousumi De (Education – Curriculum & Instruction).
Service-Learning Attitudes and Project Engagement in a Larger Classroom Setting. Lauren Reiter (Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design).
Teaching as though Learning Matters: A Systematic Study of Graduate Student Reflections on Learning to Teach (and Teaching for Learning) in Higher Education. Jennifer Robinson (Anthropology), Valerie O’Loughlin (Medical Sciences).
The Role of Student Perception in Information Literacy Learning Outcomes in the Archives-centered Advanced Writing Course. Ranu Samantrai and Laura Clapper (English).
Augmented Reality Digital Technologies (ARDT) for Foreign Language Teaching and Learning. Olga Scrivner and Julie Madewell (Spanish and Portuguese), Cameron Buckley (Fine Arts).
Student interaction with instructional activities: Comparing successful and unsuccessful students. Michael Stucker (Music – Recording Arts).
Tweets from Europe: Social Networking as Authentic Learning. Giovanni Zanovello and Katherine Altizer (Musicology).