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Concurrent Sessions Information

Concurrent Session 1 | 10:30-11:10

Application of Generally Accepted Course Quality Criteria – CHIPS 208
During this presentation, three faculty members will demonstrate home their courses meet generally accepted quality criteria. Each faculty member will discuss essentials as well as innovative online methods of instruction. Dr. Porter will provide an example of how the Quality Matters (QM) rubric was applied to obtain QM certification. 
Presenters: Keevia Porter, DNP, NP-C, RNMarcia Sharp, EdD, RHIAMarion Donohoe, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC

Course Design Example using Student Centered Pedagogy – CHIPS 307
This presentation will explore and demonstrate how following the student-centered pedagogy of my discipline (Rhetoric and Composition) has helped my course design maintain high quality over the years. For instance, knowing that students who take my classes have a wide-variety of knowledge and skills (or lack thereof) about navigating course spaces, my courses are designed so that anyone (from the extremely proficient to completely novice users) can easily access the materials they need and/or easily access help to do so. The course demonstrated is a first-year writing course within the Blackboard Learn LMS. 
Presenter: Tiffany Mitchell, MA

Designing a Collaborative Online Graduate Course in Counseling/Using Zoom to Teach Debate Techniques in Health Policy – CHIPS 102
Dr. Dietrich will share how he constructs a dynamic system of online course delivery for counseling students. Practical examples will be discussed to help instructors assess their own level of collaboration in online courses, and to suggest ways to further encourage and reward student collaboration. Specific practices, policies and assignments will be shared and discussed. This session will be useful to current online instructors and educators who are considering teaching complex skills online. Dr. Bellflower will demonstrate and discuss how a web conferencing tool is used to teach debate techniques in Health Policy. 
Presenters: David Dietrich, PhDBobby Bellflower, DNSc, NNP

Designing with UDL - CHIPS 304
Universal Design for Learning is a researched-based design framework that addresses and celebrates student diversity proactively. In this section, you'll briefly encounter what UDL is and why it matters in higher education today. You'll be given resources to pursue UDL further as you design and deliver your courses in such a way that all of your students may more effectively and efficiently achieve your rigorous goals. 
Presenter: Eric Moore, PhD, UDL

 

Concurrent Session 2 | 11:20-12:00

Teaching the RN-to-BSN Option Online for Practicing Registered Nurses - CHIPS 208
The focus of the presentation is to discuss methods, modules, and madness of teaching the N411 Advanced Health Care online for registered nursing students enrolled in the RN-to-BSN Online Option Program at U.T. Martin. Nurses enrolled in the program hold current registered nursing licenses and have elected to return to earn a BSN degree online while continuing to work in the hospital and nursing profession. An exemplar of a N411 Advanced Health Care Module will be presented along with grading rubric for Discussion Board and a Clinical Field Area Assignment. The Seven Principles for Good Practice, Social Media, Digital Accessibility for the Online Student, Netiquette, and Limitations with be addressed.
Presenter: Nancy A. Warren, PhD, RN

Building Online Learning Communities: Active Environments & Large Online Classes - CHIPS 307
This demonstration retraces the steps involved in converting a 120+ student class into an online experience. Topics will include: pedagogical methods, course constraints, learning outcomes, student activities, and modes of assessment. 
Presenter: Chad Harriss, PhD

Combining Ideas and Technology to Maximize Impact/Launching Online: The 7 Faces of BOSS - CHIPS 102
Active learning can be infused at the program as well as the course level. During this session, Dr. Collins will share lessons learned from the in-house planning, creation, and launch of seven online asynchronous courses for a Business Minor.
Participants in this session will learn how the right technology can turn simple ideas into meaningful learning experiences. Mr. Stevens will share examples and provide tips for creating multimedia based instructional components that promote student engagement and active learning throughout the semester. 
Presenters: Mark Collins, PhD; Brian Stevens, MS

Creating a User-Friendly Course: Lesson Objectives and Course Alignment - CHIPS 304
In this hands-on session, participants will practice writing measurable, student-centered course and lesson objectives.  Participants will also have an opportunity to learn how to design their learning activities and assessments in alignment with course and lesson objectives. It is requested that attendees bring current course syllabi along for the hands-on portion of this session. 
Presenters: Jacque Bradford, PT, EdD, DPTAisha McGriff, PhD

Last Published: Mar 12, 2021