ITE May 2017 Workshop

ITE May 2017 Workshop

On May 18, 2017 the ITE is excited to offer the 2017 ITE May Workshop to faculty and instructional staff.

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8:30 - 9:00

Registration, Breakfast, and Introductions

CKB G-8 (lower level Scale-up Classroom)

9:00 - 10:00

New Teaching Opportunities - Central King Building

Learn about the new capabilities available in the newly renovated CKB building.  Topics covered will include using flexible furniture to support active learning, embracing a BYOD environment, teaching in a scale-up classroom and incorporating synchronous learning with new Converged classrooms.  

Blake Haggerty and Mike Koskinen
​CKB G-8 (lower level Scale-up Classroom)

10:00 - 11:00

Real-time Assessment of Student Learning using Tech Tools in Teaching

In this presentation, we will discuss how we take advantage of free technology tools to enhance the learning environment in our classrooms and increase student engagement. These tools would enable the instructor to gauge students' understanding in real time and adjust their teaching accordingly.

Bruce Bukiet and Padma Natarajan
​CKB 116 (Multipurpose Room)

Creating Kaltura Quizzes and Interactive Moodle Activities

Engage and assess students with interactive video quizzing. Learn how to insert multiple choice questions at any point in a video you have created. The finished product can then be embedded into Moodle using the new H5P resource.

Amanda Molina
CKB G-8 (lower level Scale-up Classroom)

11:00 - 12:00

Evolving an Online Course from a Face to Face Course

One way of developing an online course would be, over a period of time, evolving it from a face to face class.   There are many differences, and a need to have a quantifiable measure of the structure of this course.   We will discuss a possible structure using an NJIT rubric, the technologies in creating materials for this type of course, as well as some issues in evolving from a face to face course to an online course.

Ron Rockland
CKB 116 (Multipurpose Room)

Aligning your Moodle Course with Effective Syllabus Design

Whether you teach online or face-to-face and are using Moodle, an effectively designed syllabus should be the cornerstone of any course that guides students through the class. In conjunction with that, the Moodle course page should be a reflection of the syllabus and be designed to connect logically with the course schedule, acting as a supplementary guide through the course for students. This workshop will discuss best practices in syllabus design for both online and face-to-face courses. Participants will receive strategies for aligning their Moodle page with their course syllabus.

Nikki Bosca
CKB G-8 (lower level Scale-up Classroom)




CKB 116

12:30 - 1:30

Lunch with the CIO

A brief presentation by the NJIT Associate Provost for Information Services & Technology and Chief Information Officer about changes and improvements to IT Services for the upcoming year followed-up with an opportunity for general questions.

David Ullman
CKB 116 (Multipurpose Room)


1:30 - 2:30

Maintaining Academic Integrity in the Digital Learning Environment

This session will explore strategies and tools that can be used to maintain academic integrity in the digital learning environment. We will also discuss academic integrity concerns as well as how to handle any potential violations.  Some of the tools that will be discussed include Respondus Lockdown Browser, Respondus Monitor, Proctor U, Turnitin, Vocarium and Moodle logs/reports.

Mike Koskinen and Blake Haggerty
CKB 116 (Multipurpose Room)

2:30 - 3:30

Gamifying an Online Oral Communications Capstone Course (Quality Matters Certified!)

The first course to be officially QM certified at NJIT. Join us in a discussion revolving around gamification strategies to engage students in an online course. We will also talk about the QM certification process and how we can encourage more instructors to have their courses reviewed by QM.

Jim Lipuma and Jenna Corraro
CKB G-8 (lower level Scale-up Classroom)

Moodle: Open Ended-Topics


Have any questions pertaining to Moodle or are you new to Moodle? This session will go over new features and introduce some of the basics. In addition we will also take specific faculty questions and provide hands on assistance.


Nikki Bosca, Amanda Molina, and Michael Koskinen
CKB 116 (Multipurpose Room)

3:30 - 4:30

Assessing Individual Performance within a Group Setting

There are many reasons for students to be involved in a group.  In courses that involve laboratory, students typically work with one or more other student as lab partners. In a capstone project, which is required by an accreditation agency such as ABET, students work together, both on the project, presentations and reports. In and out of class, students may have group projects or study. Teamwork is good, since it is a skill required by industry, since it happens in industry, and team study has been shown to be an effective way to enhance learning. However, there are aspects of teamwork that we need to consider, and they will be the main focus of this discussion.They are:

  • Do we, or how should we, teach teamwork skills to our students?
  • How do we form these teams?
  • How do we assess performance of individuals within a team setting

Ron Rockland
CKB 116


Drawing for Prizes
CKB 116

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