Friday Program

The FTTC Friday sessions are listed below with descriptions for each session. For best results, the program should be viewed on a tablet or computer.

7:30 a.m. | Registration opens | JCP Lobby
7:30-8:20 a.m. | Breakfast | Jumpstart your morning | JCP Summit
8:30-9:20 a.m.
Presenter Title and Description | denotes STEM-related sessions.
Special Session
8:30-11:30 a.m.

JCP Hawthorne Room
Classroom Design Users Group
TBD,
Pearson

JCP Summit

Session title coming soon.
Sarah Huisman,
Fontbonne U.

JCP 92

Forward Reflection: Using VLOGs in Experiential Learning Experiences
Patrick Finnegan,
Clark Kebodeaux,
Golden Peters, & Ryan Browning,
STLCOP

JCP 63
Academic Integrity and IT in Higher Education
Janet Roberts, Facilitator
Maryville U.

JCP 202
iPad Superheroes: Teaching in a Digital World
Joy Santee,
McKendree U.

JCP 204
Tools for Teaching Students to Write Well in the Digital Age
Denise Mussman,
UMSL

JCP 402
Teaching International Students: Strategies to Understand and Overcome Cultural and Language Differences
Rob Hallis
UCM

JCP 403

Overcoming Obstacles: Building Bridges through Library Instruction
TBD,
Blackboard

JCP 404
Session title coming soon
9:30-10:20 a.m.
Andy Goodman, UMSL
& Estelia Young,
Canvas by Instructure
JCP Summit
Canvas by Instructure Presentation
Description TBD
Mark Poepsel,
Soren Nastasia,
& Debbie Mann,
SIUE

JCP 92
Open Educational Resources and iPads as Textbook Alternatives and Supplements
Jesse Kavadlo,
Maryville U.

JCP 63
Bringing Ambient Awareness into the Classroom
Rick Bonsall
McKendree U.

JCP 202
Utilizing Case Studies as an Active and Collaborative Learning Technique to Develop Critical Thinking Skills
Violane White,
Martha Caeiro,
Amy Michael,
& Sandra Trapani
UMSL

JCP 204
Enhancing Learning with Targeted Technology: Examples from the Language Classroom
Shamim Ansari,
Michaella Thornton,
& David Taylor,
STLCC

JCP 402
STLCC Student Engagement Panel (Three 15-minute presentations)
1. Structured Discussion Forums and Student Engagement in Online Teaching

2. Rewindable Writing Feedback: Engaging Students during the Writing Process

3.“Digitalizing” the College Classroom: Engaging Students and Assessing Learning
Monica Swindle,
STLCC

JCP 403
Using Social Annotations to Develop Students' Close Reading Skills
Valerian D'Souza,
UMSL

and Dana McClane & Jennifer Becker,
McGraw-Hill

JCP 404
Teaching Intro Chemistry through Personalized Learning Paths
10:20-10:40 a.m. | Mid-Morning Break: Meet with vendors while enjoying a refreshment break. | JCP Lobby
10:40-11:30 a.m.
Iris Hinderliter,
UMSL

& Kimberly Allen
Maryville U.

JCP 92
Coffee or Tea? How to Build a Community of Inquiry Using a Virtual Café to Measure Social Presence and Mindfulness of STEM Students
Denise Leonard
& Erin Solomon
WUSTL

JCP 63
Catalysts for Active Learning in the Classroom
Andy Goodman, Moderator,
UMSL

JCP 202
Effective Teaching: Tips from Award-Winning Instructors
Laurie Milburn,
UMSL

JCP 204
Making Students' Thinking Visible: Thinking Routines for In-Class and On-Line
Julie Phelps
& Amy Skyles,
MST

JCP 402
Encourage Enrollment by Promoting Your Course
Shared Session,
McKendree U.
JCP 403
Designing Online Management Courses: Lessons Learned (10:40 – 11:05)
Sinan Onal, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

BYOT: Integrating personal technology into the classroom (11:05 – 11:30)
Christaan Eayrs, Amber Schmisseur, and Keith Oliver, St. Louis Community College
TBD,
Cengage

JCP 404
Session title coming soon
11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. | Lunch with Teaching Award Nominees | JCP Summit
12:30-2:00 p.m. | Keynote

Todd Zakrajsek,
UNC-Chapel Hill

JCP Auditorium
Session information coming soon.
2:15-3:05 p.m.
Todd Zakrajsek,
UNC-Chapel Hill

JCP 202
Keynote Workshop2:15-4:05 p.m.
Session information coming soon.
Kelli D. Whittington
& Richelle Rennegarbe,
McKendree U.

JCP 92
Virtual Me: Developing Your Presence in an Online Classroom
Teri Graville,
Dorothy Welty,
& Monica Swindle,
STLCC

JCP 63
Techniques for Supporting Student Success in the Online Environment
Melody Niesen
& Amanda Drake
UCM

JCP 204
This is a Remix: Traditional Skills Using 21st Century Technologies
Leilani Carver,
Maryville U.
Emily Goldstein,
UMSL

JCP 402
Thinking Outside the Screen: Innovative Ways to Engage Online Learners
Blended and Hybrid Learning Shared Session
JCP 403
Motivate Students in Labs and Classrooms through Blended Learning (2:15 – 2:40)
Shayna Burchett and Klaus Woelk , Missouri University of Science and Technology
Jack Lee Hayes, State Fair Community College

Successes, Challenges, Lessons Learned: Teaching with Technology and the Hybrid Classroom (2:40 – 3:05)
Theresa Odun-Ayo and Tayo Obafemi-Ajay, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Chaya Gopalan,
SIUE

JCP 404
Student Performance between Partial Flip and Full Flip
TBD,
UMSL

JCP Lobby
Classroom Design Users Group Tour of UMSL Learning Spaces
3:15-4:05 p.m.
Jerol Enoch,
UMSL

JCP 92
Being Flexible: Listening to Your Students about What Works
Jennifer Mishra,
Amanda Davis,
Matt McKeever,
& Mason Rekittke,
UMSL

JCP 63
Creating an Online Professional Development Experience: Learning by Doing
Teri Portman,
Melissa LaMonica-Indelicato,
& Tyann Cherry,
Webster U.

JCP 204
Finding a Middle Ground: a Video-Enhanced Alternative for Face-to-Face Students
Faith Notz
& David Collum,
Missouri Baptist U.

JCP 402
Virtual Labs in a Flipped Laboratory Setting: Enhancing Student Learning
Jennifer Albat,
SIUE

JCP 403
Are You Seeing Zombies?
Daniel Rust,
UMSL

JCP 404
All Aboard! Building Pathways for Online Non-Majors to Connect in Specialized Courses
4:15 p.m. | Closing Remarks & Door Prizes in Summit Lounge (Must Be Present to Win!)
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