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2012
Saturday, September 15th
4:00 PM

Let's Make a Movie: Filmmaking in the (Language) Classroom

Lorely French

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Berglund 145

This session will first show through some specific examples how filmmaking enhances language learning. Second, participants will work collaboratively and interactively to generate ideas for future filmmaking projects that will encourage active learning in a variety of subject areas.

Technology of the Gods...or...the God of Technology: Where does the spiritual belong?

Debby Espinor, George Fox University

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Berglund 139

This session includes case studies, interactive questions, and surveys built into PowerPoint slides.

The following areas would be addressed:

  • Spiritual sensibility: the ability to recognize social and ethical issues in technology;
  • Spiritual analysis skills: the ability to analyze spiritual problems in terms of facts, values, stakeholders and their interests;
  • Spiritual creativity: the ability to think out different options for action in the light of (conflicting) moral values and the relevant facts;
  • Spiritual judgment skills: the ability to give a moral judgment on the basis of different ethical theories or frameworks including professional ethics and common sense morality;
  • Spiritual decision-making skills: the ability to reflect on different ethical theories and frameworks and to make a decision based on that reflection

The iPad is...a problem? Observations from iPad integration at Concordia

Shawn T. Daley, Concordia University - Portland

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Berglund 019

This session will present findings from the Concordia University implementation of iPads with their entire MAT (elementary and secondary) program starting in January 2012.

The use of blended learning to teach genetics in eyecare

Len Hua, Pacific University

4:00 PM - 4:25 PM

Berglund 121

During the summer semester, Moodle was used to deliver the online content of the course in addition to face-to-face discussion in class. Students appear to prefer blended format to the traditional lectures.

4:35 PM

The Best of Both Worlds: Hybrid Teaching for Anatomy & Physiology of Speech and Swallowing

Rik Lemoncello, Pacific University

4:35 PM - 5:00 PM

Berglund 121

This presentation focuses on the development of a hybrid course for a larger undergraduate A&P course and program evaluation based on midterm and final course evaluations, to include demonstration of course materials and strengths and limitations of the hybrid format.