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ITLS Schedule


ITLS Conference Schedule

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ITLS 2020 Schedule
Time Session Presenter Institutional Affiliation Session Title Location
8:00-8:55 Check-in and Continental Breakfast
(Conference badge required)
Houston (220)
9:00-9:50 Keynote Houston (220)
Dr. Jeff Morgan UH Welcome
Robyn Hrivnatz Microsoft A Day in the Life of Modern Teaching and Learning
10:00-10:50 Session 1
Jennifer Mitchell EdtotheMax Unlock the Power of Office 365 (10:15-11:30) Space City (214)
Dr. Diana de la Rosa-Pohl UH The Endeavour S-STEM Program and the Case for FIGs Bayou City (219)
Dr. Xyanthine Parillon UHD E-Cases: Digital Resources for Collaboration in Education Heights (224)
Dr. Sherry Vafa and Charlene Murphree UHV Use of Microsoft Office Tools: Flipgrid, Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Photo in Higher Education Downtown (261)
Dr. Michael LaMontagne UHCL A Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience in Microbiology that Teaches Core Techniques by Engaging Students in Microbial Discovery Midtown (262)
11:00-11:50 Session 2
Jennifer Mitchell EdtotheMax Unlock the Power of Office 365 (10:15-11:30) Space City (214)
Andy Moon and Dr. Phillip Campbell UH #ImagineIF Bayou City (219)
Drs. Burak Basaran and Navdeep Singh UH Redefining a Student –Success- Marker Course through Experiential Teaching Practices: A First Step to Change an Entire Program Heights (224)
Dr. Lisa Jones and Alex Nguyen UHCL Finally! I can exhale: The Effectiveness of using Digital Grading Rubrics Downtown (261)
Dr. Emese Felvegi, Thanh Tran, Denise Diosdado, Michelle Tamez, Andrew Emerson, Cole Taylor, Caleb Omlin, Avani Shah and Hector Gonzalez UH Developing Authentic Experiential Learning Projects for Undergraduate Mass Sections Midtown (262)
12:00-12:50 Lunch Conference badge required Houston (220)
1:00-1:50 Session 3
Ed Puckett UHCL Manage your Projects with Microsoft Planner Space City (214)
Drs. Sanghamitra Saha and Mary Jo Parker UHD Using Technology Tools to Create an Instructor Presence in an Online Environment Bayou City (219)
Dr. Ricardo Teixeira UHV Teaching Core Curriculum with Magic Tricks Heights (224)
Dr. Dan Burleson UH Flipped Classroom Approach to Online Learning: A Blended Asynchronous and Synchronous Delivery Downtown (261)
Melanie Lazarus and Devin Dabney UH Lessons Learned in the Rapid Selection and Implementation of a New Learning Management System Midtown (262)
2:00-2:50 Session 4
Dr. Laura Heidel UH "Chem Gym"; A Group Tutoring Program for Chemistry 1331: Program Design, Data Analyses and Lessons Learned Bayou City (219)
Dr. Leah McAllister–Shields, Dr. Paige Evans, Jacqueline Ekeoba, Ramona Mateer, and Dr. Mariam Manuel UH Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Leveraging Culture as a Cognitive Scaffold for Student Achievement Heights (224)
Manuel Fernandez, Dr. Dagmar Scharold, Dr. Adriana Visbal, and Heather Seratt UHD Digging Deeper with Digital Annotations Downtown (261)
Dr. Michael Murray UH Incorporating Open-Source Tools in a Graduate Business Course: A Case Study Midtown (262)
3:00-4:00 Wrap-Up Party Join us for the door prize drawings as well as refreshments and fun! Space City (214)

The Innovative Teaching and Learning Symposium, a joint venture for all four UH System Universities (UH, UH-Downtown, UH-Clear Lake, and UH-Victoria), is designed to bring together individuals interested in the review and evaluation of emerging technologies. We are interested in interactive sessions for workshops, discovery sessions, information sessions, and hands-on demonstrations that engage and inform participants.

Questions about ITLS? Send us an email.

fdis@uh.edu