August ITE Workshop

ITE August  Workshop

August 31st , 2017

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9:00 - 9:30

Registration, Breakfast, and Introductions

CKB  116

9:30 - 10:00

Welcome and What’s New This Academic Year

Blake Haggerty, Mike Koskinen, and John Carpinelli

CKB 116

10:00 - 11:00

Making the Most of SCALE-UP

This will be a discussion about how to most effectively use NJIT's new SCALE-UP classroom to promote student engagement and learning.  I will share my recent experience teaching in the SCALE-UP classroom and report on strategies and research presented at the International Forum on Active Learning Classrooms.    


Maria Stanko


Outdated Technology Tools and What To Use Instead

Are you tired of using the same old tech tools from year to year? If you are still using a transparency projector, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, plain emails, and whiteboard lecture notes, attend this workshop! ODL will introduce you to the most current, trendy tools to spice up your pedagogy and tech toolbelt.


Jenna Corraro

CKB 116



Participatory Learning:  Deeper Learning by Engaging Students in the Entire Problem Lifecycle

We’ve been using a new approach in some courses for students to learn more deeply.  Participatory Learning (PL) actively engages them in the full lifecycle of homework, projects and exams. In this session we’ll briefly introduce PL and give a quick demo, explore with you how it might work in your classes with the types of problems your students do, and discuss several interesting issues that arise such as students’ ability to design high-quality problems and grade accurately, motivating students to learn, and trusting peers.


Michael Bieber

CKB 08

What’s New With You Moodle?

This session we will go over the major changes with Moodle for fall 2017  and will provide an question and answer session to assist with getting your courses ready for the semester.


Michael Koskinen

CKB 116



CKB 116



Innovation Across Curriculum

New Associate Director for ITE John Carpinelli will discuss new ways of integrating teaching techniques into the classroom while sharing them among colleagues.

CKB 116



Enhancing the Undergraduate Experience: Challenges and Opportunities

Laurent Simon


CKB 116



Intro to OER:  Using Open Educational Resources @ NJIT

This interactive session will help you get started finding good quality free or inexpensive web or library information sources for teaching in your subject area.  Learn about the NJIT grants to help faculty replace expensive textbooks. Bring your syllabus/textbook and your laptop.

Raymond  Vasquez and Davida Scharf

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

Create a Classroom Community: Connecting with Students Through Twitter Chats

This session will discuss using Twitter as a tool for synchronous chat with students outside of the classroom. Students who feel more connected to their instructors and classmates are more successful. Twitter also helps to prepare students for communicating in different discourse communities and public accountability.

Nikki Bosca

CKB 116



Focus Group Spring 2017 Recap and Discussion

Student Expectations vs Faculty Expectations

In this informal discussion we will examine some of the feedback students gave from the spring 2017 ITE focus group event and discuss with attending faculty some of the same challenges discussed  from the event.

Blake Haggerty & John Carpinelli

CKB 116


Drawing for Prizes

CKB 116


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