UWS Presentations

Here you can view the various types of SoTL presentations made by Wisconsin authors throughout the years. If you are a UWS SoTL researcher and would like to add your presentation to this section go to the Contact Us page to submit your information.


   
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Workshop A Model for Motivating SoTL Momentum (Workshop)
In this interactive workshop, participants will experience the process used on the UW Oshkosh campus to motivate faculty involvement in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning with the use of a... more
Author(s): Carrell, L.
Panel A Multi-Layered Approach to SoTL (Panel)
We propose a presentation that describes the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's multi-layered approach to SoTL that allows faculty and students to discover, and enter into, SoTL work via multiple... more
Author(s): Meyers, R., (Chair), Ciccone, T., & Lazarides, K.
Panel A New Approach to Teaching Twentieth Century World History (Panel)
In Fall 2003 I revised my HIS 127, The World in the Twentieth Century course. I wished to achieve more effectively my primary learning goal of having students understand that the present is rooted in... more
Author(s): Patrick, S.
Panel A Student-Centered Model of Inclusive Teaching and Learnng (Panel)
A new model, the model of inclusive teaching and learning, was proposed in this paper. The ITL model contains each of the significant elements of the inclusive teaching and learning process:... more
Author(s): Barge, S.
Panel Academic Open Meetings: Activating Student Participation in the Learning Process (Panel)
The academic open meeting is a strategy which can bring the personal meaning dimension to our disciplines in a way that encourages students to trust their own ability to know and think about the... more
Author(s): Holleran, T
Paper Active Learning and Practice at the Master's Level in Communication. (Paper)
This paper examined the potential of active earning and multiple, low-risk application trials to promote understanding and professional skills in a Master's level 'Introduction to Communication... more
Author(s): Olson, K
Poster Advancing the Practice of Teaching through Scholarly Inquiry into Student Learning: SoTL Work in the UW System Cluster (Poster)
Author(s): Lazarides, K., & Meyers, R.
Paper An Integrated, Simple, Effective Horticulture Assessment Model (Paper)
Assessment has become an essential activity within higher education. Development of an assessment program is often an evolving process as institutions and programs gain experience and test models... more
Author(s): Ferriss, T. L.
Panel Are you in the Group or Not?: The Role of Cohort Learning Groups in Classroom Participation (Panel)
A research team, consisting of two students and a teaching professor, presented the research process and the findings of a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Student/Faculty partnership study. The... more
Author(s): Ottman, C. K., Kunath, H., & Anderson, A.
Paper Assessment Strategies for Data Analysis and Research Assignments: Using Embedded Assessments and Self-Assessments of Learning Grants to Measure and Improve Teaching (Paper)
This presentation discusses the implementation of data analysis and research exercises that feature embedded evaluation of student learning (at the individual assignment level) and student... more
Author(s): Cross, A.
Poster Assessment of Integrative Learning in Music Therapy (Poster)
Stemming from the Essential Learning Outcomes grant, (funded by OPID and sponsored by the UWS Leadership Site), this poster highlights the two-year project by grant Recipient Lee Anna Rasar, UW-Eau... more
Author(s): Lee Anna Rasar, Katie Rydlund, and Iansa Zaldarriaga
Panel Beginnings and Endings: Entering and Exiting a Major Program (Panel)
Students entering and exiting major programs face different (but related)challenges. This panel showcased the projects of three 2004-2005 Teaching Fellows. Rhonda Sprague's project explores the... more
Author(s): Sprague, R., Handrow, P., & Lynch, S.
Panel Beyond Content: Ethical Attitudinal and Reflective Learning in the College Classroom (Panel)
This session focused on results of our ongoing scholarly investigations into teaching as 2004-05 OPID Teaching Fellows. Specifically, each of our projects is concerned with the ways and what students... more
Author(s): Hassel, H., Burkholder, P., & Clark, D.
Panel Biology Interest Groups(BIGs): Challenging real-world Problems and Developing a Supportive Learning Community for First-Year Students (Panel)
Biological-sciences faculty teaching topical courses for first-semester students described experiences and assessment of small-group, case-based/PBL learning approaches and the learning-community... more
Author(s): Ives, A.R., Parrish, J.P., Meyerand, M.B., Tong, L.
Panel Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Applications: An Inquiry into Atmospheric Science Teaching (Panel)
Author(s): Roebber, P.
Poster Building A Multi-Institutional Collaborative Structure and Process for Advancing the Practice of Teaching through Scholarly Inquiry into Student Learning (Poster)
Author(s): Meyers, R., & Lazarides, K.
Poster Building A Multi-Institutional Collaborative Structure and Process for Advancing the Practice of Teaching through Scholarly Inquiry into Student Learning (Poster)
Author(s): Lazarides, K., & Meyers, R.
Panel Building Capacity for SoTL through Faculty Learning Communities (Panel)
This presentation described one aspect of the SOTL initiative on the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire campus. We re-defined our Teaching Scholars program as a year-long Faculty Learning Community... more
Author(s): Carpenter, L.
Poster Building a Multi-Institutional Framework for Advancing the Practice of Teaching Through Scholarly Inquiry into Student Learning (Poster)
Author(s): Lazarides, K., & Meyers, R.
Workshop Campus structures to Support Learning (Workshop)
Author(s): Kornetsky, L.,Ciccone, A., & Valde, G.

   
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