Loyola University Chicago

Focus on Teaching and Learning

January 2020 FOTL Schedule

 

FOTL will be held in the Schreiber Center in rooms 405, 406, 525, 725, and 908

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Event

Room

Time

Breakfast and Registration

908

9:00-9:15AM
Welcome and Presentation of Teaching Awards 908  9:15-9:45AM
Faculty Panel: Creating Learner-Centered Engaged Experiences

Seungho Moon, School of Education
Stefan Kanzok, College of Arts & Sciences 
Tania Schusler, Institute of Environmental Sustainability 

908

9:45-10:45AM

 

 

 

Session 1

 

11AM-12:00PM
A Learner-Centered Approach to the Online Teaching of Practice Courses and the Development of Practice Skills

Mauricio Cifuentes, School of Social Work
525

 

Responding to the Emotionally Distressed Student

Andrea Boyd and David deBoer, Wellness Center
405

 

Creating Room to Fail: Administering Student Feedback and Engaging Students in Feedback Processes

Sydney Curtis and Blanca Torres-Olave, School of Education
406 

 

Switching it Up: The Exploratory Learning Paradigm in the Classroom 

Ryan Leach, Department of Psychology
725

 

 

 

 

Lunch

908  12-12:45PM

 

   

Session 2

  1-2PM
Building a Bridge--Creative Assessment of Student Learning Through Learning Portfolios

Brody Tate and Cynthia Stewart, Center for Experiential Learning

Sandra Kaufmann, Department of Fine and Performing Arts

525

 
Teaching Quantitative Reasoning With Data using Project EDDIE: Environmental Data Driven Inquiry and Exploration

Megan Kelly, Arrupe College 

405 

 
Why are the Hard Subjects So Hard for Students to Hear?: Resistance to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusions Practices in the Classroom

Kevin Kaufmann, Center for Experiential Learning 

406 

 

 

   

Session 3

  2:15-3:15pm 
Helping the Leopard Change its Spots

Sarah Kentner, Instructional Technology Services

Aeva Munro, School of Continuing and Professional Studies
525   
Working Towards Increased Reciprocity in Community Engagement: A New Framework for Partnerships at Loyola

Andrew Miller and Cynthia Stewart, Center for Experiential Learning

405 

 
Developing a Community-Based Experiential Course Curriculum: A Novel Interdisciplinary Recipe

Lucia H. Garcia, Stritch School of Medicine

Mary Mora, Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health

406 

 

 

   

Closing Session 

908  3:20-4:00PM