View Presentations from the 2nd Learning Innovation Showcase

View Presentations from the 2nd Learning Innovation Showcase

Monday, January 2, 2017 (12:00 PM)
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ASU Co-sponsors

Center for the Art and Science of Teaching

Practicing the Art and Science of Teaching
Mari Koerner, Director, Center for the Art and Science of Teaching (CAST), Jeffrey Holmes, Assistant Director CAST

Sanford Inspire Program
Brian Nethero

iTeachELL Teacher Quality Partnership Grant Project
Wendy Farr


Center for Education Through eXploration Presentations

The goal of the Center for Education Through eXploration is to develop, deploy, and disseminate digital learning experiences built on the philosophy that students learn best when they actively explore questions of interest to them and answer those questions with data from observations in ways that mimic the real practice of science. Our presentations include the development of digital measures of reasoning and problem solving, evidence of the educational efficacy of virtual field trips, and demonstrations of our most recent digital learning experiences for both undergraduates and younger audiences.

NASA Exploration Connection: The search for small worlds
Ariel Anbar, Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration

Development and evaluation of a fully-online introductory biology course with an emphasis on the possibility of life beyond Earth [with related “Into the Cell” virtual reality demonstration]
Don Bratton, School of Earth and Space Exploration

Measuring scientific reasoning through behavioral analysis in a computer-based problem solving exercise
Chris Mead, Research Specialist Sr., School of Earth and Space Exploration

Assessing problem solving through analytics in an online course
Lev Horodyskyj, Instructional Designer, Sr., School of Earth and Space Exploration

Complementary research on student geoscience learning at Grand Canyon by means of in-situ and virtual modalities
Steve Semken, Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration

Assessing attitudes towards science during an adaptive online astrobiology course: Comparing online and on-campus undergraduates
Viranga Perera, Graduate Research Associate, School of Earth and Space Exploration


Center for Games and Impact - Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation

Immersive Play in Virtual Worlds
My LifeLabs, Unlocking Human Potential
Sasha Barab, Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society and the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University


Institute for Humanities Research

Youth Learning Social Activism through Young Adult Literature 
E. Sybil Durand, Assistant Professor, Department of English

Mapping the American Southwest: Restoring Cultural Memory
Sharona Fredrick, Assistant Director & Assistance Administrative Professional, Arizona Center for Medieval/Rennaisance Studies


Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning (ISTL)

Science of Learning and Educational Technology Lab (SoLET)
Improving Adult Literacy through Intelligent Tutoring and Games 
Presenter: Amy M. Johnson, Assistant Research Professor, Learning Sciences Institute
Co-presenters: 
Jianmin Dai, Assistant Research Professor, ISTL
Cecile A. Perret, Research Specialist, ISTL
Laura K. Allen, Graduate Student, Psychology, Liberal Arts & Sciences
Danielle S. McNamara, Professor, ISTL

Lost in Springdale: An Interactive Narrative 
Presenter: Amy M. Johnson, Assistant Research Professor, ISTL
Co-presenters: 
Tricia A. Guerrero, Research Specialist, ISTL
Jianmin Dai, Assistant Research Professor, ISTL
Cecile A. Perret, Research Specialist, ISTL
Laura K. Allen, Graduate Student, Psychology, Liberal Arts & Sciences
Danielle S. McNamara, Professor, ISTL

Natural Language Processing in Support of Adaptive, Individualized Education 
Presenter:  Laura K. Allen, Graduate Research Assistant, Psychology, Liberal Arts & Sciences
Co-Presenters: 
Zach S. Martin, Research Specialist, ISTL
Aaron D. Likens, Postdoctoral Research Assistant, ISTL 
Kevin M. Kent, Research Specialist, ISTL
Cecile A. Perret, Research Specialist, ISTL
Danielle S. McNamara, Professor, ISTL

SoLET Alliances 
Presenter:  Danielle McNamara (Professor) and the SoLET Lab
Co-Presenter:  Cecile Perret, Research Specialist, RS, ISTL

Writing Pal: An Interactive Writing Strategy Tutor with Automated Essay Evaluation 
Presenter: Kris Kopp, Postdoctoral Scholar, ISTL
Co-Presenters: 
Rod D. Roscoe, Assistant Professor in the Human and Environmental Systems Department, Cognitive Science and Engineering Program, of the College of Technology and Innovation
Laura K. Allen, Graduate Student, Psychology, Liberal Arts & Sciences
Cecile A. Perret, Research Specialist, ISTL
Kevin M. Kent, Research Specialist, ISTL
Tricia A. Guerrero, Research Specialist, ISTL
Kathleen Corley, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Melissa Stone, Research Specialist, ISTL
Danielle S. McNamara, Professor, Learning Sciences Institute

START: Interactive Strategy Training for Reading and Thinking 
Presenter: Kathryn S. McCarthy, Postdoctoral Scholar, ISTL
Co-Presenters: 
Amy M. Johnson, Assistant Research Professor, ISTL
Laura K. Allen, Graduate Student, Psychology, Liberal Arts & Sciences
Cecile A. Perret, Research Specialist, ISTL
Tricia A. Guerrero, Research Specialist, ISTL
Danielle S. McNamara, Professor, ISTL


Learning and Cognition Lab (LCL)
How Should Collaborative Pairs Be Grouped? (In progress)
Joshua Adams, Michelene Chi, Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College

Dialog vs. Monolog Videos in a College STEM Classroom: Results from Year 1 (In progress)
Christiana Bruchok, Michelene Chi, Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College

Teaching the Crosscutting Concept of Emergent Causality to Overcome Misconceptions (In progress)
David Yaghmourian, Michelene Chi, Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College

Optimizing Cognitive Engagement with ICAP: Our Ongoing Research (In progress)
Ryan Michels, Michelene Chi, Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College


College Research and Evaluation Services Team (CREST)
Partnership with Researchers to Conduct Program Evaluation
Wendy Barnard, Research Assistant Professor and Director, CREST


Designing Equitable Learning, Teaching, and Assessments Lab (DELTA)
Gaming Dr. Discovery: Iterative game design for informal science learning
Brian Nelson, Faculty Research, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation
 

Advanced Distributed Learning Partnership Lab
Supporting Knowledge Acquisition with Cognitive-Based Applied Learning Technologies
Scotty Craig, Assistant Professor, Polytechnic School Human Systems Engineering Programs

Improving Training with Advanced Distributed Learning
Scotty Craig, Assistant Professor, Polytechnic School Human Systems Engineering Programs
Nancy Cooke, Professor, Polytechnic School Human Systems Engineering Programs



ASU Library

Librarians Teaching Instructors: Collaborators for Student Success
Marc Mason, Library Instructor, Academic Success Programs, College of Interdisciplinary Science and Arts

Hidden Meanings of Love and Death in Chinese Painting: Selections from the Marilyn and Roy Papp Collection in the ASU Library Repository
Ralph Gabbard, Subject Librarian
Co-Presenter: Claudia Brown, Professor, Art History, Herberger Institute

Implementing a sequenced approach to information literacy instruction in the 100% Online RN-BSN Program
Kevin Pardon, Assistant Librarian
Co-presenter: Carol Stevens, Clinical Associate Professor, College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Using Library Tutorials to Promote Academic Intregrity and Plagiarism Awareness Among New Online Students
Lisa Kammerlocher, E-Learning Officer
Co-presenter: Tahnja Wilson, Senior Manager, Strategic Design Initiatives, EdPlus

Frankenstein and William Morris Walk Into a Library...
Kathy Krzys, Archivist
Co-presenters:
David Guston, School Director and Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Bob Beard, Program Coordinator Sr., Center for Science and the Imagination

Digitization, Data, Engagement, and Digital Activism
Mimmo Bonanni, Subject Librarian
Co-presenter: Marisa Duarte, Assistant Professor, School of Social Transformation, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Future Learning Spaces in Hayden Library Redesign
Tomalee Doan, Associate University Librarian
Co-presenters:
Jim O'Donnell, University Librarian 
Jennie Duvernay, Associate University Librarian

Learning with Distinct Materials
Nancy Godoy, Archivist

SolarSPELL: Solar Powered Educational Learning Library
Laura Hosman, Assistant Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society and The Polytechnic School
Co-presenter: Lorrie McAllister, Assistant University Librarian

Growing Citizen Science @ ASU
Dan Stanton, Subject Librarian
Co-presenters:
Rene Tanner, Subject Librarian
Joel Smalley, Project Coordinator West Regional Storage Trust Library-Access Services
Micah Lande, Faculty Research, Polytechnic School of Engineering Programs
Darlene Cavalier, Professor of Practice, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes

Engaging Students @ the ASU Library MkrSpace
Wes Edens, Librarian

 

ASU Individual Presenters

College of Health Solutions

Integration of Digital Portfolios in Competency Based Learning
Yuna Buhrman, Assistant Director, CHS Deans Office
Co-presenter: Julie Liss, Instructional Design

A Paradigm for Online Design: The Basic Bits
Shawn Hrncir, Lecturer, Exercise Science and Health Promotion

Removing Barriers to Learning Statistics: Use of Excel versus SPSS
Mac McCullough, Assistant Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery


College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Using Adaptive Learning in U.S. History Instruction: A Compelling Case Study  
Denise E. Bates, Assistant Professor, Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies
Co-presenters:
Peter van Leusen, Instructional Designer, EdPlus at ASU
Dale P. Johnson, Adaptive Program Manager, EdPlus at ASU

Off-The-Shelf Gaming in Small Group Communication
Ian Derk, Course Coordinator, Language & Cultures

Putting on Your Teaching Face to Enhance Learning
Judy Grace, Faculty Associate, Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies

Superstition Review
Patricia Murphy, Principal Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Humanities and Arts

Composition in the Global Freshman Academy
Adam Pacton, Lecturer, Global Freshman Academy
Co-presenters:
Patrick Pettyjohn, Instructional Designer, EdPlus at ASUCo-presenters: 
Mark Haunschild, Course Coordinator, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Lauren Leo, Instructional Designer, Academic Advising/Curriculum, EdPlus
Duane Roen, Dean & Professor, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Student Excuses: To Deceive or Inform
Brent Scholar, Instructor, Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies
Co-presenter: C. Mark Wessinger, PhD, CogNeuro Learning, LLC, Founder & Chief Educational Officer

Takin’ It to the Streets: “Doing” History Beyond the Classroom
Pamela Stewart, Senior Lecturer, History

Writing Together: Peer-to-Peer Learning in the Writers' Studio
Michelle Stuckey, Clinical Assistant Professor MY FSC, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Co-presenters:
Zach Waggoner, Course Coordinator, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Don Bapst, Course Coordinator, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Ebru Erdem, Course Coordinator, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Using Peer Coaching in Leadership Development: Outcomes and Challenges
Mai P. Trinh, Assistant Professor, Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies

Spaces of/for Innovation: Collaborative Language and Humanities Learning on the DPC
James Wermers, Course Manager, Languages & Cultures, Center for the Study of Race and Democracy
Co-presenter: Peter Lafford, Associate Research Professional, University Technology Office, Video Conferencing and Collaboration


College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Capital Gains:  The influence of a summer bridge program on first-year students’ social capital
Michael Ashley, Laboratory Coordinator, School of Life Sciences
Co-presenters:
Sara Brownell, Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences
Katelyn Cooper, Academic Success Coordinator, School of Life Sciences

The impact of a short evolution module on students’ perceived conflict between religion and evolution
M. Elizabeth Barnes, Grad Teaching Assistant, School of Life Sciences
Co-presenter: Sara Brownell, Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences

What’s in a name?  The importance of student perceptions of an instructor knowing their names in a high enrollment biology classroom
Anna Krieg, Undergraduate Researcher, School of Life Sciences
Sara Brownell, Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences
Katelyn Cooper, Academic Success Coordinator, School of Life Sciences

Improving Engagement and Performance in a Flipped Chemistry Course
Pamela Marks, Principal Lecturer, School of Molecular Sciences
Co-presenter: Stacy Sendler, Instructor, School of Molecular Sciences

Digital Portfolios in the ASU Writing Programs
Adelheid Thieme, Senior Lecturer, English
Co-presenters:
Shirley Rose, Professor, Director of Writing Program, English
Katherine Heenan, Lecturer Senior, English

Fostering Students' Critical Thinking through Competition: The New Technologies for Public Participation Open House Assignment
Deirdre Pfeiffer, Assistant Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning

How identity, biology content, and instructional practices impact religious students' sense of belonging in the biology classroom
Jasmine Truong, Learning Assistant, School of Life Sciences
Co-presenters:
M. Elizabeth Barnes, Grad Teaching Assistant, School of Life Sciences
Sara Brownell, Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences

Utilizing Quizzes in Video Lectures
Peter Van Cleave, History Faculty, School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies
Co-presenter: Matthew Robinson, Instructional Designer Senior, School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies

Simulated Nation Building and Diplomacy
Tara Lennon, Lecturer, School of Politics & Global Studies


College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Virtual Simulation: Delivering Interprofessional Education to the Distance Learner
Heidi Sanborn, Associate Program Director, Clinical Assistance Professor FSC, Nursing - RN-BSN
Co-presenters:
Jessica Cole, Instructional Designer, EdPlus at ASU
Teri Kennedy, OLLI , Administrative Professional (FSC), School of Social Work


College of Public Service and Community Solutions

Service Learning...online! Developing Social Empathy through Service
Bailey Borman, Community Solutions Coordinator, College of Public Service and Community Solutions

The ASU Inside Out Prison Exchange Program
Kevin Wright, Associate Professor, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice


Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering

Student Reflections on Educational Experiences using Digital Portfolios
Amy Trowbridge, Lecturer, Academic & Student Affairs

Towards Knowledge Curation and Community Building within a Postdigital Textbook
Erin Walker, Assistant Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering

Scaffolded Prototyping Activities in Product-Based Learning Engineering Design
Micah Lande, Faculty Research, Polytechnic Sch EGR Prgrms

Automated Formative Feedback for Writing: Student Perceptions, Revisions, and Future Intentions
Rod Roscoe, Assistant Professor, Human Systems Engineering


Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Design & Create your own APP – iPad, and/or Android APP
Gary Bitter, Professor, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation

Using the LA[B]RID Class Setup to Promote Active Learning
Jane Legacy, Clinical Professor, Division of Teacher Preparation

Increasing Learning and Efficacy about Emerging Technologies through Transmedia Engagement by the Public in Science-in-Society Activities
Ruth Wylie, Associate Director/he Center for Science and the Imagination and Assistant Research Professor, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation
Co-presenter: Bob Beard, Professor, Program Coordinator, Center for Science and Imagination


School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Science and Society: Engaging Museum Visitors in Conversations about Current Research
Rae Ostman, Associate Research Professor, Center for Engagment and Training in Science and Society
Co-presenter: Jeannie Colton, Program Coordinator, Center for Engagement and Training in Science and Society


Herberger Institute of Design and Art

Creative Push: a multimedia art and oral history project about birth
Forrest Solis, Associate Director & Associate Professor, School of Art
Co-presenter: Ashley Czajkowski


School of International Letters and Cultures

GRaNT: Graduate Resource and Network Tool for Graduate Success
Shannon Lujan, Program Manager, Academic Initiatives, Graduate Education and PhD Candidate, English
Co-presenters:
José Juan Gómez-Becerra, Mellon Connected Academics Fellow and PhD Candidate, Spanish
Eric Wertheimer, Associate Dean, Academic Initiatives, Graduate Education and Professor of English


University College 

Driver of Student Change: How an academic success program influences teaching and learning
Gina Beyer, Director, Academic Success Programs
Co-presenters:
Shannon Lank, Instructor, Academic Success Programs
Allison Atkins, Instructor, Academic Success Programs


WP Carey School of Business

Brand New: An Integrated, Meaningful Brand Promotion (IMBP) Plan
Nancy Gray, Clinical Assistant Professor, Marketing

Age of the Platform
Phil Simon, Lecturer, WP Carey Information Systems