Conference Proceedings

2015 CCTL Conference Sessions

  • Creating "Reflective Practitioners": Fostering Connective Learning in an Accelerated Course

    By: Kristine Principe

  • The Buddy System

    By: Christopher Aquino and Ian Burt

  • The Lived Experience of Studying Abroad in Finland: Impact on Pre-Service Teachers’ Beliefs as Future Educators

    By: Chris Yuen, Riikka Alanen, Elizabeth Wright

  • Supporting the Changing Nature of Faculty in Institutions of Higher Education

    By: Michael Berta, Becca Bley, Bruce Shields

  • Curriculum Collaborations: Creating Thematic Instruction that Facilitates Collaboration with Grants & Partnerships

    By: Lisa Casper and Krystle Januale

  • Paris today, Antarctica tomorrow!

    By: Kayla Jaehn

  • Expanding Access to Ecology Field-Based Research Techniques for Students at a Distance using Open Educational Resources

    By: Nathan Whitley-Grassi, Audeliz Matais, Kevin Woo

  • Evaluation of Case Studies and Learning Groups in teaching Analytical Chemistry

    By: Robyn Goacher

  • Developing an Effective Career Panel

    By: Mollie Ward-Crescente, Heather Harris

  • Case Study: Competition-Based Collaborative Learning

    By: Yonghong Tong

  • Educators’ Perspective of Institutional Shift in Focus to Online Programs

    By: Christopher Aquino, Lei Han, Danyelle Moore, Joe Winter

  • Online Faculty Development: Extending Reach and Purpose

    By: Anne Reed, Robin Sullivan, Martha Greatrix, Athena Tsembelis

  • An Empirical Study on College Students’ Utilization of Reading Comprehension Strategies and Study Skills: Implications for Instruction

    By: Youngsoo Choi and Kathleen McGrath

  • Serendipity in the Classroom - Teaching Social Media and Lessons of Letting go of Control

    By: Heather Harris

  • The 8 Principles of Learning from Teaching: Using research findings to Improve College Instruction

    By: Paul Vermette

  • Gamification in the Classroom – How to Incorporate Game Elements into Your Teaching

    By: Jeremiah Grabowski

  • Increasing Student Engagement in Reading by Creating YouTube Videos

    By: Sharon Green

  • To Flip or not to Flip: The Journey from Podcast to Pencast Online Lectures and the In-Class Engaged Learning in General Chemistry.

    By: Matthew Ward

  • Flipping the Classroom to Engage Non-Majors in the Sciences

    By: Meredith Ezak

  • The Motivating Power of Peers

    By: Susan Mason, Margot Hickey, Amanda Smith, Amber Markham 

  • Embracing the Introvert

    By: Mollie Ward-Crescente

  • Common Core and Common Sense: Developing Anti-Poverty Initiatives with the Classroom

    By: Howard Slepkov

  • Is There a Multiple-Choice Testing Advantage?

    By: Donna Fisher-Thompson and Burt Thompson

  • Detailed Assignment Directions in Online Instruction: How Much is Too Much of a Good Thing?

    By: David Mike

  • Project-Based Learning: Expanding Beyond Classroom Boundaries

    By: Mitch Alegre and David Taylor

  • Bringing it all Together: “Argumentation and Advocacy” as a Cornerstone Course in General Education

    By: Carol Tutzauer and Frank Tutzauer

  • Reducing the Amount of Feedback to Improve Student Learning

    By: Vince Rinaldo and Mark Gallo

  • Using TitanPad for Collaborative Learning to Support Teacher Candidates’ Teaching and Learning

    By: Camille M. Pontrello

  • Thematic Instruction for Adult Basic Education Highlighting Two Generation Literacy

    By: Lisa Casper

  • How a Non-Techie Used Google to Enhance Student Learning During Tutor Training

    By: Lindsay R. Masters, Carol McPhillips

  • Daemen TEC Lab: Classroom Design to Foster Learning & Collaboration through Technology

    By: Mimi Steadman, Kelly Duran, Mike Berta

  • Guided Inquiry Learning in the Physical Chemistry Laboratory: Implementation of the POGIL-PCL Model at Buffalo State College

    By: Maria Pacheco

  • Active Learning in the Online Classroom: It Works!

    By: Danyelle Moore

  • The Benefit of Peer Observations and Student Perceptions in Faculty Development

    By: Robyn Goacher, Barbara Iannarelli, Cynthia Kline, Paul Vermette

  • How Four Unsung Faculty Members are Harnessing Competitive Activities to Excite and Motivate Their Students

    By: Carol Tutzauer

  • Active Learning in the Classroom Using Student Response Systems

    By: Emma Bojinova and James Oigara

  • Readability of Math Content and Usability of Learning Environment

    By: Lisa Casper, Jeanne Myers, and Chris yuen

  • Faculty Attitudes and Behaviors Towards Bain's Hallmarks of the Best College Teachers

    By: Peter Butera and Paul Schupp