“SHIFTING THE PARADIGM”

Date: OCTOBER 9, 2014
Location: Sheraton Boston Hotel, 39 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02199

VIEW EVENT PHOTOS HERE!


Morning Program

CPS_100914_002Welcome: John Caron, Senior Associate Dean-Academic & Faculty Affairs- WATCH VIDEO

 

 

 

CPS_100914_005Greeting: Dean John LaBrie –WATCH VIDEO

 

 

 

Keynote Speaker Introduction: Dr. Gail Matthews‐DeNatale, Faculty Graduate Education

CPS_100914_046Keynote Speaker: Tracy Penny Light, PhD., Executive Director, Centre for Student Engagement and Learning Innovation,   Thompson Rivers University “Ebola and Terrorism: How ‘Big Ideas’ in Higher Education are Relevant in the Classroom (and Can  Save the World)” –WATCH VIDEO

 

 

“Case Studies: Bridging Learning with Real World Challenges”

      • Faculty Presenters-Mary Thompson-Jones, Julia Ivy, Chris Unger, Teresa Goode, and Abdulrahman Alqahtani, MD & MSL student: Four Faculty from different disciplines offer their approaches to teaching with case studies. VIEW  PRESENTATION SLIDES; WATCH VIDEO

“Experiential Learning: Employer and Student Expectations”

      • Ellen Stoddard, Director Cooperative Education; Joanne Goldstein, Assoc. VP Workforce Development & Employer Engagement- VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES; WATCH VIDEO

Afternoon Program

“Raise Your Game”

Engaging Your Students with Current E-Learning Trends and Technologies. Follow a CPS student through his busy day as he engages with some exciting new Blackboard tools. WATCH VIDEO

      • Donna DiGiovanni, Instructional Designer: NU Online; Ryan Fleming, Instructional Designer: NU Online

“Help Yourself Raise Your Game”

“Making Your Course More Accessible for All Learners”

Learn best practices for creating a universally accessible online course.VIEW the process of what happens when a student with a disability enrolls in your course.

      • Jennifer Pope, Copy & Compliance Editor: NU Online

“Superheroes and Storybook Characters: Exploring and Understanding Personality Types and Leadership Qualities”

Reflecting on superhero characters and their influences on group dynamics, relationships, personality differences, and serving the greater good.

      • Rick Arrowood VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES

“Engaging Online Students with Online Virtual Lectures”

      • Darin Detwiler, Faculty-Regulatory Affairs VIEW PRESENTATION SLDIES 

“Applying Adult Learning Theory to Self-directed Learning”

      • Patty Goodman-Faculty-Communication- VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES 

“Forming an Online Book Club with Students”

      • Shauna Harrington-Faculty-Graduate Education VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES 

“Digital Storytelling”

      • Gail Matthews-DeNatale, Faculty-Graduate Education-VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES

“Navigating CPS: Nuts and Bolts”

      • Michael Boudreau, Senior Student Success Specialist; Jay Rivituso, Director , Academic Operations- VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES ; Beth Rochefort, Assoc. Director of Educational Tech VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES

“Using Branch Scenarios for Assessment”

      • Joe Ryan, Instructional Designer: NU Online- VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES

Faculty Recognition: Dean LaBrie-WATCH VIDEO

Poster Session:

    • Rita Allen‐ Faculty, Undergraduate Programs: Personal Branding and Marketing Yourself- VIEW POSTER
    • Brian Bullock-Faculty, Graduate Education; Gail Matthews‐DeNatale, Faculty, Graduate Education on: Twtter as a Tool for Engagement- VIEW POSTER
    • Qinghong Cai‐ Faculty, World Language Center: Bilingual Guided Meditation Program: Academic Anxiety Reduction and Foreign Language Learning Enhancement- VIEW POSTER
    • Sara Ewell‐ Faculty, Graduate Education: Understanding the Support Received by K‐12 Administrators who Complete their Doctor of Education-VIEW POSTER
    • Magali Feruzi‐ Assistant Director, Finance; David Fields ‐ Interim Assistant Dean,Graduate Academic and Faculty Affairs; Deborah Berwaldt ‐ Special Assistant and Project Administrator, Office of the Dean; Mike Jackson‐ Assistant Dean, Summer Term; and Mindy Anastasia‐ Director, Strategic Research and Planning: The World is Too Interesting to Ignore: Advancing CPS Globalization- VIEW POSTER
    • Dave Hagen‐ Faculty, Homeland Security and Criminal Justice; Jason Poitras-Faculty, Homeland Security and Criminal Justice; Establishing Interdisciplinary Student Research Project- VIEW POSTER
    • Justin Horvath ‐ Instructional Designer, NU Online: Strategies to Support Mobile Learning-VIEW POSTER
    • Julia Ivy‐ Faculty, Graduate Programs: Relationship Strategies in a Low‐Trust Environment-VIEW POSTER
    • Fred Lopez‐ Faculty, Mechanical Engineering Technology: Synthesis and Characterization of Aluminum Nanoparticles with Customized Coatings Manufactured via the Flow‐Levitation Method- VIEW POSTER;  VIEW POSTER
    • Dawn Mackiewicz-Faculty, Global and Online: Promoting Learning Through Technology and Team Work-VIEW POSTER
    • S. Atyia Martin‐ Faculty, Homeland Security: Civil Rights and Emergency Management Social Factors of Vulnerability and Ignored Legal Imperatives-VIEW POSTER
    • Vasiliki Mavroudis‐ Director of Operations, Transnational Education: Teach Transnationally: Explore the World-VIEW POSTER
    • Shakir Mustafa‐ Faculty, World Languages Center: Found in Translation: The American Invasion of Iraq that Never Happened- VIEW POSTER
    • Roxanne Palmatier‐ Assistant Head, Research and Instruction; Jamie Dendy ‐ Head,Research and Instruction, NU Library: Library Services for the College of Professional Studies-VIEW POSTER
    • Mary Thompson‐Jones ‐ Professor of Practice, Faculty Director of Global Studies and International Relations: WikiLeaks Workshop: Learning to Use Graduate Students as Research Assistants- VIEW POSTER
    • Esther Tutella‐Chen ‐ Faculty, Foundation Year: Internal Family Therapy as a Framework for Academic Advising- VIEW POSTER

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