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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Poster Presentation 2018

Strand 1: Active and Engaged Learning

 

Title Presenters Poster #
Collaborative Group Quizzes as a Novel Formative Assessment Gerald Feldman, Physics (CCAS) 1

Communication-Focused Simulation to Prepare Students for Pediatric Nursing Clinicals

Kristen Stevens, ABSN Program (SON); Elizabeth Choma, ABSN Program (SON); Jennifer Walsh, ABSN Program (SON); Gretchen Wiersma, ABSN Program (SON) 2
Student Clinicians’ Views of the Electronic Medical Record: Helpful Tool or Not? Rhea Cohn, Health, Human Function, and Rehabilitation Sciences (SMHS); Gemma Rosas 3
Improving Pharmacology National and Final Exam Scores through Team-Based Learning Malinda Whitlow (SON); Majeda El-Banna (SON); Angela McNelis (SON) 4

Promoting intercultural competency and oral proficiency in intermediate Spanish through peer-to-peer video-conferencing

Ashley LaBoda, Spanish (CCAS) 5
Strand 2: Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning

 

Collaboration and Community Engagement: A partnership between Physical Therapy and Biomedical Engineering Students Erin Wentzell, Health, Human Function and Rehabilitation (SMHS); David Lee, Biomedical Engineering (SEAS) 6
Digital Content Creation and Curation: Composing in Wikipedia Poster Tawnya Azar, University Writing (CCAS) 7

Go Outside! Promoting Parks and Community Engagement

Wentzell, Health, Human Function, and Rehabilitation Sciences (SMHS) 8

GW Civic House: Leadership Development and Civic Agency in a Living-Learning Program

Wendy Wagner, Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service; Colleen Packard (GWSPH) 9

Connecting the Classroom, Clinicians and Community Clinics for Active Learning: Leveraging Technology in PA Education

Paige McDonald, Clinical Research and Leadership (SMHS); Howard Straker, Physician Assistant Studies (SMHS); Gregory Weaver, Clinical Research and Leadership (SMHS); Jacqueline Barnett, Director of Physician Assistant Program, Duke University; Debra Herrmann, Physician Assistant Studies (SMHS); Karen Schlumpf, Clinical Research and Leadership (SMHS) 10
Strand 3: Course/Curriculum (Re)design and Assessment of Learning

 

Understanding the Role of the First Language (L1) in Instructed Second Language Acquisition María José de la Fuente, Spanish (CCAS); Carola Goldenberg, Spanish (CCAS)  11
An exploration in integrating feminist pedagogy in undergraduate science education LaTisha Hammond, Honors and Biology (CCAS) 12
Writing in Physics Rachel Riedner, University Writing (CCAS); Carol Hayes, University Writing (CCAS); Gary White, Physics (CCAS), Bill Briscoe, Physics (CCAS) 13
Knowledge Retention Across Curricular Models: An International Collaboration Rosalyn Jurjus, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS); et.al. 14
Designing a three-seminar workshop to increase students’ confidence in beginning the academic job search Kathryn DeVeau, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS); Kirsten Brown, Anatomy and Cell  Biology (SMHS) 15
Strand 4: Diversity and Inclusion

 

Literacy, Sexuality, and L2 English Studies Joshua M. Paiz, English for Academic Purposes (CCAS) 16
Developing Active Learning Techniques in Public Health Coursework that Incorporate Unique Student Identities J. Zoe Beckerman, Health Policy and Management (GWSPH) 17
Strand 5: Innovative Strategies to Advance Student Learning

 

"Why are these underlined?" Students' thought processes during composition revisions Allison Caras, Spanish (CCAS) 18
What Teachers Can Learn from Students Samantha Starr, Medicine (SMHS); Margaret Plack, Health, Human Function, and Rehabilitation Sciences (SMHS); Benjamin Blatt, Medicine (SMHS) 19
Interaction-based learning with feedback for the learning of Spanish past subjunctive  Alexandra Martin, Spanish (CCAS) 20
Do Students Learn More from Their Mistakes? Comparing Student Performance and Student Satisfaction in an Error-Free Versus an Error-Full SAS Learning Environment Heather J. Hoffman, Epidemiology and Biostatistics (GWSPH); Angelo F. Elmi, Epidemiology and Biostatistics (GWSPH) 21
Helping Students Embrace "Growth Mindset" & Its Impact on Learning  Elizabeth Ruckert, Health Human Function and Rehabilitation Sciences (SMHS); Rhea Cohn, Health, Human Function and Rehabilitation Sciences (SMHS) 22
Recognizing Global Thinking in 3rd Grade Students’ Ideas Mary Short, Curriculum and Pedagogy (GSEHD); Tiffany-Rose Sikorski, Curriculum and Pedagogy (GSEHD) 23
Development of an Interactive Online Case Study Tool for Graduate Public Health Students Scott Quinlan, Epidemiology and Biostatistics (GWSPH) 24
Strand 6: Online Teaching and Learning

 

The Development and Use of Virtual Laboratories to Enhance Student Engagement and Learning Marcia Firmani, Integrated Health Sciences (SMHS); Linda Cotton (SMHS) 25
Learning by Being: Graduate Students in Educational Certificate Program Dialogue with Simulated Students in Their "Class" Mayri Sagady Leslie (SON) 26
Ethnocultural Empathy as a Health Equity Outcome of the Online Health Sciences Undergraduate Curriculum Maranda Ward, Clinical Research and Leadership (SMHS) 27
Effectiveness of Discovery-Based Online Learning Activities for Speech Anatomy and Physiology Craig Linebaugh, Speech Language, and Hearing Sciences (CCAS) 28
Decision Making Framework to Determine Online Class Size Karen Kesten (SON); Majeda El-Banna (SON) 29
How do medical students utilize social media platforms to facilitate their anatomy learning during the preclinical years? Kirsten Brown, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS) 30

 

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