TTS 2013 Schedule

Resources
Wednesday, April 3, 2013

10:30am Using Facebook to Engage Learners in a Large Introductory Course
Kevin Dougherty, Associate Professor of Sociology
Brita Andercheck, Graduate Assistant, Sociology Department
Moody Library, Garden Level Study Commons East
 
11:00am Seminars for Sophomores: Transforming the Lower-level Classroom Through Small Group Close-reading
DeAnna Toten Beard, Associate Professor of Theatre History and Dramaturgy
Moody Library, Garden Level Study Commons East
 
11:30am-
1:00pm
Luncheon Keynote: Real Work is Better than Homework
Brian Coppola
Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
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1:30pm What Works (and What Doesn't): Empirically-Validated Teaching
Charles Weaver, Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Dept. of Psychology and Neuroscience
Moody Library, Garden Level Study Commons East
 
2:00pm Afternoon Reception & Course Trailers Display
Moody Library, Garden Level Study Commons East
 
2:30pm A Textbook Case of Innovation
Matt Ricks, Baylor University Marketing Specialist, Baylor Bookstore
Allen Pine, Manager-Computer Department, Baylor Bookstore
Moody Library, Garden Level Study Commons East
 
3:00-4pm Etextbook Pilot Panel
Moody Library, Garden Level Study Commons East
 
Thursday-April 4, 2013
 
12:00-
1:00pm
Luncheon presentation: Web 2.0 Tools in the course Biblical Heritage and Contemporary Ethical Issues
Jason Whitlark, Associate Professor, Baylor Interdisciplinary Core
Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
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(streamed) Remaining presentations will be streamed from the ELI Online Spring Focus Session 2013.
 
12:55-
1:30pm
Everything You Think You Know About MOOCs Could Be Wrong
Michael Feldstein and Phil Hill, Ed Tech Consultants
Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
 
1:35-
2:10pm
Designing and Implementing MOOCs that Maximize Student Learning
Seth Anderson, Duke University
Amy Collier, Stanford University
Cassandra Volpe Horii, California Institute of Technology

Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
 
2:15-
2:50pm
MOOCs for Credit: Current State of the Art
Cathy Sandeen, American Council on Education
Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
 
2:50-
3:05pm
Refreshment Break
Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
 
3:05-
3:35pm
Backgrounds and Behaviors of MOOC Participants and Implications for Faculty
Andrew Ho, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard
Lori Breslow, MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory, MIT
Jennifer DeBoer, MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory

Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)
 
3:30-
4:40pm
MOOC Provider Panel: Coursera, Academic Partnerships, Instructure, EdX
Relly Brandman, Coursera
Barbara Truman, Academic Partnerships
Rebecca Petersen, EdX
Maria H. Andersen, Instructure
Jones 200 (2nd floor open presentation space)