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.

7:30-8:20 a.m. | Breakfast | Cengage Learning: Your Publishing Partner | Summit Lounge, JCP
8:30-9:20 a.m.
Presenter Title and Description
Josh Robinson,
UAB
& Lamar Hester,
Cengage Learning


JCP Summit
Conference Sponsor
Mindtap: The Integrated Technology to Enhance the Student Experience
Letrice Young,
McKendree

JCP 92
How Social Media Can Help Students Become Better Writers
Irina Ivliyeva,
MST

JCP 93
Breakfast of Champions: Feedback Strategies for the Graduate Teaching Assistant
Michael Porterfield,
UMSL

JCP 202
iPad Innovation Panel
Jenny Shrensker &
Nazire Koc
UMSL

JCP 204
Making the Journey from Traditional to Online
Bobbi Shatto
SLU

JCP 402
Flipping the Classroom to Promote Retention of Key Material
Glen Garrett,
iClicker

JCP 403
Conference Sponsor
Clicking with Your Students: iClicker’s Approach to Engaging Students
Stephanie Van Stee,
UMSL

JCP 404
Promoting Learning and Engagement in a Shorter Term Course
9:30-10:20 a.m.
Ted Chaffin,
Washington U.

JCP 92
Peer Leaders, Powtoon, and Project Managers: Students Leading Video Projects
Michael Howard,
UMSL

JCP 93
New Adaptive Learning Tools to Enhance STEM Students' Learning
Tami Eggleston
McKendree U.

JCP 202
Adventures in FLIPping: Fulle, Logical, Intermittent, or Partial Explorations with the Flipped Classroom
Rhonda Gregory,
Greenville College

JCP 204
A Learning Journey: Sharing Our Portfolio Experiences in Higher Education
Rebecca Hodges,
UMSL

JCP 402
Quality Discussion, PBL and Authentic Online Using Blackboard's Discussion Board
Amy Peach,
Fontbonne U.
& Blackboard Inc.

JCP 403
Conference Sponsor
Master Students: Leveraging Your Learning Management System to Breed Excellence in Your Students
Renato Cataldo,
CrazyForEducation

JCP 404
Conference Sponsor
Flip Teaching: Jump the First Hurdle with Blazing Speed
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.
Keeta Holmes
& Panel
UMSL

JCP 92
Strategies for Student-Centered Online Course Design: Showcase and Panel Discussion
Julie Tonsig-Meyer,
McKendree U.
JCP 93
Discovering Apportunities
Andy Goodman and Panel,
UMSL

JCP 202
Effective Teaching: Tips from Award Winning Faculty
Patrick Dempsey,
Webster Groves School District

JCP 204
Chrome Demo Slam-Off
Bryn Lutes,
Washington U.

JCP 402
There's No Dongle for That: Classroom Technologies to Encourage Collaborative Learning in STEM
Michael Lewis,
Saint Louis U.
& Jennifer Becker,
McGraw-Hill

JCP 403
Conference Sponsor
Flipping the Classroom in Chemistry: Second Time Through the Process
Estelita Young,
Canvas

JCP 404
Conference Sponsor
Canvas, An LMS and Beyond
11:30 a.m. | Lunch and Prize Drawing | JCP Summit (Must Be Present to Win)
12:45-2:00 p.m. | Keynote

David Ross Boyd Professor Emeritus at the University of Oklahoma
Professor of Management at University of Central Missouri

Friday Keynote
Getting Beyond Covering Content: A Key to Student Motivation and Success
2:15-3:05 p.m.
Larry Michaelsen,
UCM

JCP 202
Keynote Workshop
Designing Group Work that Really Works Online and in the Classroom
Keynote Workshop: 2:15-4:05 p.m.
Susan Yoder-Kreger,
UMSL

JCP 92
Teaching Foreign Language Courses Online Without Sacrificing Students' Oral Proficiency
Richard Long,
David Taylor
& Rebecca Burns,
STLCC

JCP 93
Technology in Composition: A Panel Discussion
Laura Million,
SIUE

JCP 204
Know Your Student's Expectations in an Online Course
Jayme Swanke
& Tiffany Smith,
SIUE

JCP 402
How to Flip Your Class and Measure Success
Nina Zimmerman
Maryville U.

JCP 403
Application of a Mind-Mapping Tool: A Spicy and Creative Alternative
Donna Church
Webster U

JCP 404

Pardon My Bias: Using Search Strategies to Teach Critical Thinking
3:15-4:05 p.m.
Jillian Baldwin-Kim
& Lisa Fisher,
SLU

JCP 92
English as a Virtual Language: Non-Native Speakers in Technologically-Mediated Classrooms
Rhonda Gregory,
Greenville College

JCP 93
Cooking 101: Choosing the Right Ingredients to Maximize Student Learning
Larry Michaelsen
U. of Central Missouri

JCP 202
Keynote Workshop
Designing Group Work That Really Works Online and in the Classroom
Continued Keynote Workshop.
Rob Hallis,
UCM

JCP 402
Flipped Workshop on Enhancing Concepts Through Using Critical Thinking Skills in Library Instruction
Richelle Rennegarbe,
McKendree U.

JCP 403
Orient Me: Transitioning to the Online Learning Environment
Kristine Helbling,
Washington U.

JCP 404
Using Zotero to Mentor Writing Instructors and Teach Research Skills
4:15 p.m. | Closing Remarks & Door Prizes in Summit Lounge (Must Be Present to Win!)
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