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Videos

Videos of CTE seminars, workshops, and other teaching and learning events are available to view.  They are captioned, in mp4 format, and range in time. Please select a category from the list below.

Academic Integrity

Assessment

Constructive Use of Course Evaluations: Myths, Facts, and How to Use Them to Improve Teaching and Learning, presented by Rose Marie Ward and Ellen Yezierski.

Flipping Assessment, presented by Eric Resnis.

Listening to Our Students: What We Have Learned From Doing Small-Group Instructional Diagnosis, presented by Jennifer Blue, Gregg Wentzell, and Matthew Evins.

Perspectives on Moving Courses Online: An Interactive Conversation, presented by a panel of staff and faculty.

Student Learning Assessment: Results and Closing the Loop, presented by Eric Resnis.

Student Perspectives on Grading Fairness, presented by Karly Danos and Courtney Bernard.

Test Creation and Assessment, presented by Jennifer Blue, Marianne Cotugno, and Beth Dietz.

Using the Student Assessment of Learning Gains: A Path to Teaching Excellence, presented by Ellen Yezierski.

CTE Grants and Teaching Awards

Faculty Learning Communities

A Year of Free Tools: An FLC's Exploration of Their Uses in Higher Education, presented by members of the FLC on the Exploration of Free Tools in Higher Education.

Building Learning Communities Online, presented by Karen Swan.

Reflecting FLC: Lecturers and Clinical Professionally Licensed Faculty and the Engaged University, presented by Jennifer Green, Janelle Sikorski, Heeyoung Tai, and Peter Wessels.

Lilly Conference Plenary Sessions

5 Transformative Teaching Practices, presented by L. Dee Fink.

A Conversation About Inclusion, presented by Kathryn M. Plank.

Are Your Students Making Enough Mistakes?, presented by Billie Franchini.

Building Learning Communities Online, presented by Karen Swan.

Can eLearning Technologies Help Students Learn Abstract Concepts? A Project in Deploying Augmented Reality Trails of Integrity and Ethics on Four University Campuses, presented by Eva Wong.

Christian and Muslim Teachers and Students' Views of the Theory of Evolution: Implications for Science and Higher Education, presented by Saouma Boujaoude.

Cooperative, Collaborative, Problem-Based, and Team-Based Learning: Selecting the Best Approach for Your Class, presented by Neil Davidson, Claire Major, and Larry Michaelsen.

Creative Teaching and Learning Possibilities With Emerging Mobile Technologies, presented by Robbie K. Melton.

Evidence-Based Foundations for Motivating Students to Learn, presented by Marilla Svinicki.

Gone Fish'n: How Bass Fishing Can Enhance Your Classroom Teaching, presented by Jay S. Rozema.

How Research-Based Approaches to Cross-Cultural Teachings Can Inform Our Practice: Findings and Implications From a National Study of Indigenous Teaching, presented by Christine Asmar.

Learning to Fail: How to Make Failing Part of Learning, presented by Dennis Cheatham.

Loosening the Grip on Academic Writing: A Learning-Centered Approach, presented by Chris Anson.

Metacognition: The Key to Improving Brain-Based Learning, presented by Saundra McGuire.

Microaggressions in Higher Education: Manifestations, Dynamics, and Impact, presented by Derald Wing Sue.

Starting Students' Engines: Motivating and Retaining Students at Risk, presented by Susan Renes.

Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning, presented by Jose Bowen.

Teamwork that Works: Why Team-Based Learning is Important, presented by Jim Sibley.

The Flipped Classroom and Student Learning: Evidence, Myths, and Suggestions for Success, presented by Todd Zakrajsek.

The Importance of Teacher Empathy in Student Success, presented by Katherine Rowell.

The New Science of Learning: Advances in Brain-Based Research, presented by Todd Zakrajsek and Terry Doyle.

Transforming a College to Embrace Active Learning, Undergraduate Research, and the Scholarship of Teaching, presented by Lynn G. Gillette and J. Robert Gillette.

Using SoTL to Make Student Learning Visible: What is Most Important?, presented by Cathy Bishop-Clark and Beth Dietz.

What Have We Learned About Promoting Creativity and Innovation in the Last 35 Years? and How Might We Apply That Knowledge?, presented by Tom Angelo.

What Professors Can Learn About Their Students and Themselves as Teachers When They Innovate in Their Teaching, presented by Anabella Martinez.

What Traditional Liberal Arts, Liberal Education, MOOCs, and Online Education Have to Offer, presented by Tracy Mitrano.

Why Do You Ask? Learning About Self and Others, presented by Janel Seeley.

Supporting Students

HELP! Handling Emotional and Life-Challenging Problems With College Students: The Faculty-Staff Dilemma, presented by Kip Alishio and Tim Parsons.

It's On Us: Title IX Reporting and Supporting, presented by Becca Getson.

Students in Crisis, presented by Kip Alishio and Tim Parsons.

Teaching International Students

Best Intercultural Classroom Practices: Top Issues, presented by Jeannie Ducher, Dale Ehrlich, and Tony Cimasko.

Chinese Name Pronounciation, presented by Chen Zhao.

Common Academic Concerns of International Students, presented by Amy Cockrell, Lei Song, Christina Carrubba-Whetstine, Brenda Quaye, and John M. Jeep.

Culture Shock: Through The Eyes of Miami's International Students, presented by Amy Cockrell, Sarah O'Connell, and Jing Luo.

Facilitating Intercultural Communication and Teamwork Among International and Domestic Students, presented by Jim Porter, Heidi McKee, Tony Cimasko, and Jonathan Rylander.

Group Work and International Students: Getting Everyone Involved, presented by Tony Cimasko.

How to Be Understood by Everyone in the Classroom: Adapting Instruction for International Learners, presented by Jeannie Ducher, Jessica Downey, and Dale Ehrlich.

Our International Students: Where They Came From, How They Got Here, and What We're Doing for Them, presented by Molly Heidemann, Amy Cockrell, Jennifer Ward, and Aaron Bixler.

Teaching International Students, presented byAmy Cockrell, Katie Gibson, Lucy Manley, and Brenda R. Quaye.

Teaching International Students - Library and Writing, presented by Katie Gibson and Lucy Manley.

The ACE Program and Chinese vs. American Student Experiences, presented by Carol Olausen.

Understanding Chinese Students at Miami, presented by Chen Zhao.

What Professors Can Learn About Their Students and Themselves as Teachers When They Innovate in Their Teaching, presented by Anabella Martinez.

Teaching Strategies

5 Transformative Teaching Practices, presented by L. Dee Fink.

A Conversation about Inclusion, presented by Kathryn M. Plank.

Alternative Pedagogies, presented by George Ironstrack and Luis Pradanos.

Are Your Students Making Enough Mistakes?, presented by Billie Franchini.

Best Intercultural Classroom Practices: Top Issues, presented by Jeannie Ducher, Dale Ehrlich, and Tony Cimasko.

Christian and Muslim Teachers and Students' Views of the Theory of Evolution: Implications for Science and Higher Education, presented by Saouma Boujaoude.

Constructive Use of Course Evaluations: Myths, Facts, and How to Use Them to Improve Teaching and Learning, presented by Rose Marie Ward and Ellen Yezierski.

Cooperative, Collaborative, Problem-Based, and Team-Based Learning: Selecting the Best Approach for Your Class, presented by Neil Davidson, Claire Major, and Larry Michaelsen.

Creative Teaching and Learning Possibilities With Emerging Mobile Technologies, presented by Robbie K. Melton.

Everyone is Creative: Putting Innovation to Work, presented by Glenn Platt and Peg Faimon.

Evidence-Based Foundations for Motivating Students to Learn, presented by Marilla Svinicki.

Experiences Implementing Social in Higher Education, presented by the FLC on the Exploration of Social Media in Higher Education.

Facilitating Intercultural Communication and Teamwork Among International and Domestic Students, presented by Jim Porter, Heidi McKee, Tony Cimasko, and Jonathan Rylander.

Facilitating Minority and New Faculty Success in Higher Education, presented by Hanna H. Chai and Suzanne W. Soled.

Gone Fish'n: How Bass Fishing Can Enhance Your Classroom Teaching, presented by Jay S. Rozema.

Group Work and International Students: Getting Everyone Involved, presented by Tony Cimasko.

How Research-Based Approaches to Cross-Cultural Teachings Can Inform Our Practice: Findings and Implications From a National Study of Indigenous Teaching, presented by Christine Asmar.

How to Be Understood by Everyone in the Classroom: Adapting Instruction for International Learners, presented by Jeannie Ducher, Jessica Downey, and Dale Ehrlich.

Learning to Fail: How to Make Failing Part of Learning, presented by Dennis Cheatham.

Loosening the Grip on Academic Writing: A Learning-Centered Approach, presented by Chris Anson.

Metacognition: The Key to Improving Brain-Based Learning, presented by Saundra McGuire.

Mentoring Graduate Students in Teaching and Research, presented by Stacey Lowery Bretz.

Microaggressions in Higher Education: Manifestations, Dynamics, and Impact, presented by Derald Wing Sue.

Performative Pedagogy, presented by Katie N. Johnson.

Perspectives on Moving Courses Online: An Interactive Conversation, presented by a panel of staff and faculty.

Reflecting in Writing: Double-Entry Notebooks and Writing to Learn/Cover Letters and Writing to Persuade, presented by Katharine J. Ronald.

Service-Learning Basics, presented by Christie Zwahlen and Jessica Weasner.

Setting the Stage for Student Success: Avoiding Demotivating Students, presented by Marjorie Keeshan Nadler and Ann Bainbridge Frymier, Communication.

Starting Students' Engines: Motivating and Retaining Students at Risk, presented by Susan Renes.

Student Response Systems: Pedagogy Meets Technology, presented by Melinda Caban and Beverley A. P. Taylor.

Teaching Critical Thinking, presented by Leonard Mark, Heidi McKee, Elizabeth Mullenix, and Beverley Taylor.

Teaching Critical Thinking, presented by James Moller and Steven L. Tuck.

Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning, presented by Jose Bowen.

Teamwork that Works: Why Team-Based Learning is Important, presented by Jim Sibley.

Technology in the Classroom: From Distraction to Engagement, presented by Jerry Gannod, Steve Norris, Ibrahima Poda, Tim Buckley, Curtis Pittman, and David Spooner.

The Flipped Classroom and Student Learning: Evidence, Myths, and Suggestions for Success, presented by Todd Zakrajsek.

The Importance of Teacher Empathy in Student Success, presented by Katherine Rowell.

The New Science of Learning: Advances in Brain-Based Research, presented by Todd Zakrajsek and Terry Doyle.

Tips and Tricks for Improving Efficiency - Google Apps, presented by Jason Cardoso and Matthew Evins

Transforming a College to Embrace Active Learning, Undergraduate Research, and the Scholarship of Teaching, presented by Lynn G. Gillette and J. Robert Gillette.

Using Service-Learning (S-L) Pedagogy: A Workshop for Faculty and Administrators, presented by Kathy McMahon-Klosterman and Jessica Weasner.

Using SoTL to Make Student Learning Visible: What is Most Important?, presented by Cathy Bishop-Clark and Beth Dietz.

Using the Student Assessment of Learning Gains: A Path to Teaching Excellence, presented by Ellen Yezierski.

What Have We Learned About Promoting Creativity and Innovation in the Last 35 Years? and How Might We Apply That Knowledge?, presented by Tom Angelo.

What I've Learned About Learning to Teach and Learn... I Think, presented by Peter Jamieson.

What Traditional Liberal Arts, Liberal Education, MOOCs, and Online Education Have to Offer, presented by Tracy Mitrano

Which Web Conferencing Tool is for Me?, presented by Matthew Evins.

Why Do You Ask? Learning About Self and Others, presented by Janel Seeley.

Why Is It So Hard to Talk About Difficult Topics, Such as Race and How Can We Get Better at It?, presented by Stephen John Quaye.

Other Videos of Interest

Academic Motherhood: Pathways on the Journey for Professional and Personal Fulfillment, presented by Amity Noltemeyer and Rose Marie Ward.

The Global Miami Plan, presented by Richard Taylor.