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Transformations: Research and Teaching in the Digital Age
Emerging technologies are having a transformational impact on what we learn, where we learn, how we learn, and who can learn. Come join us as College of Education and Campus faculty showcase their research and teaching experiences and allow us to explore how these activities are enhanced and impacted by technologies and digital media.
Seminars are held on a bi-monthly basis on Wednesdays from 11-12:30 in Room 10 Education.
Faculty will present from 11-11:45 and staff from the Learning Technologies Unit will provide hands-on demonstrations of technologies related to the talk from 11:45-12:20. Join us in this intellectual and demonstrable pursuit of understanding of technology and digital media.
- September 14, 2011: iPads in Higher Education
Evangeline S. Pianfetti; Faculty, Educational Psychology and Mike Miley; Apple Computers, Inc.
Watch a live stream at: http://fss.education.illinois.edu/transformations/
- September 28, 2011: Cyberbullying and Social Networking: What we need to know to protect our students
Dorothy Espelage, Professor, Educational Psychology
- October 12, 2011: Blended Learning – Blended Teaching: Using Technology to Rethink Teaching in Large Lecture Classes
Johnell Bentz, Clinical Associate Professor, Special Education
- October 26, 2011: Peer Response in Writing in a Computer-Mediated Environment
Sarah McCarthey; Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
- November 2, 2011: Integrating Assessment Into Learning: The “Scholar” Environment in Principle and Practice
Bill Cope; Research Professor, Educational Policy, Organization, and Leadership
- November 16, 2011: Design of Digital Game-Based Learning
David Huang; Assistant Professor, Educational Policy, Organization, and Leadership
- December 7, 2011: Social Networking and its Application in the Classroom
Mark Dressman; Professor, Curriculum and Instruction & Chris Hidaka; Curriculum and Instruction (Ed.M.)
- February 8th: Alan Craig – From the Virtual to the Real: VR, AR, and Personal Fabrication for Education
- February 15th: Phil Rodkin – Designing research in the palm of your hands: Data collection on iOS devices. ~ Location: 27 Psychology Building
- March 7: Jose Mestre – Use of Computer adaptive testing in the service of learning.
- April 4: Sarah Grison – From Theory to Practice: Integrating Research, Teaching, and Assessment in the Development of Educational Technologies that Support Student Learning
- April 18th: James Hahn – Orientation in the palm of your hands: Using mobile apps and new student library orientation
- May 2: Molly Delaney (WILL) and Vanna Pianfetti – PBS LearningMedia: Empowering teachers through technology
With the exception of Phil’s talk which will be in 27 Psychology, all other talks are from 11-12:30 in 10 Education like last time.