2015 Teaching with Technology Institute: Technology for High Impact Practices
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Thursday, June 4, 2015
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Cole Hall 106
High Impact Practices (HIPs) are proven educational learning experiences that foster more engaged learning, improved performance, advanced skill development and degree completion. HIPs are designed to help your students become adaptive, successful learners who can succeed in the 21st century workplace.
Coupled with technology, HIPs can link the classroom with real world contexts and students’ professional lives. Together, they create a richer and more meaningful learning experience.
At this year's Teaching with Technology Institute: Technology for High Impact Practices, you will explore technology tools, resources, and educational practices that you can use to support student success and personal development. Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center staff will guide you through hands-on experiences to discover the potential and best practices for combining technology and HIPs in your teaching.
8:30 am - Check-in
9:00 am - Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:15 am - Morning Session Start
12:00 pm - Lunch in the Blackhawk Cafeteria
1:30 pm - Afternoon Session Start
4:00 pm - Closing Remarks
This institute is open to all faculty, instructors, and staff (SPS and Civil Service). Registered participants will receive institute materials, lunch, and a certificate of participation. If you do not wish to receive a certificate or will not attend lunch, please indicate it in the accommodation field on the registration form. Advance registration is required.
Due to the expensive nature of the program and the advance notice needed for arranging materials, please register by the deadline and plan to attend the entire institute.
After you register, if you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration by May 30, 2015 here so that those on the waiting list may be given the opportunity to attend the institute or program costs can be reduced.
Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center
Last Updated: 6/4/2015