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Seminar on Teaching

The Seminar on Teaching is a seminar series for faculty, staff, and students of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Sponsored by the Office of Academic and Student Affairs, the Seminar on Teaching began in 2007, providing a venue to enhance teaching excellence by focusing on teaching and learning related topics of interest. The Seminars are held each fall and spring semester on every other Friday, from noon to 1:00 p.m. in 215 Pomeroy.  Both internal and external speakers are included.  We hope you can join us!

Do you have an idea for a Seminar on Teaching? Email Deb Wingert to share your idea. 

Past Seminars on Teaching

Making Groups Productive in Active Learning Classrooms - Presented by Dr. Sue Wick
October 18, 2013

Virtual Badges - Presented by Dr. Amy Pittenger
September 20, 2013

Outcomes Assessment of DVM Admissions Process - Presented by Drs. Laura Molgaard and Aaron Rendahl
September 13, 2013
Presentation Slides

Moving Forward with eLearning - Presented by Dr. Brad Cohen and Chris Ament
May 3, 2013
Presentation Slides

Cognitive Stuffing - Presented by Dr. Erin Malone
April 26, 2013
Presentation Slides

Engaging Students in Public Policy Through Classroom Activities - Presented by Dr. Will Heuston
April 19, 2013
Handout | Food Irradiation and Public Health | Genetically Engineered Foods

VitalSims Gaming Technology - Presented by Dr. Tom Clancy
April 5, 2013

Integration: From Biochem to Beside - Presented by Dr. James Nixon
March 29, 2013

Team-Based Learning - Presented by Timothy Lindberg
March 15, 2013
Handout

Help! How Can I Get Students to Work Constructively Together? - Presented by Dr. Deb Wingert
February 15, 2013
Processing Group Work | Group Work That Works | Why Groups Fail

Accessible Learning: Big Picture and Small Steps - Presented by Dr. Ilene Alexander and Tim Kamenar
February 8, 2013
Universal Design for Instruction | Universal Design for Learning Guidelines | Essential Requirements | Engaging Accessible Discussions | Halpern and Hakel Article

Connecting the Curriculum: The Changing Role of the Course Coordinator - Presented by Dr. Robert J. Washabau
January 18, 2013
Preventing Curriculum Drift Article | Course Coordination in VCS | CVM 6130 Course Review

Teaching in the Active Learning Classroom - Presented by Dr. Mike White
January 11, 2013
Presentation Slides

Learning to Love Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) - Presented by Dr. Sehoya Cotner
November 30, 2012

Using Multimedia Tools to Enhance Online Instruction and Peer Group Interactions - Presented by Nima Salehi
November 9, 2012
Presentation Slides

Activities/Strategies Instructors can use to Enhance Intercultural Learning, Especially in Large Classes (100+) - Presented by Barbara Kappler and Gayle Woodruff
November 2, 1012

What's on the NAVLE? - Presented by Drs. Peggy Root Kustritz and Laura Molgaard
October 26, 2012

Preparing Students and Preceptors for Clinical Experience in Clinical Laboratory Sciences - Presented by Patricia Brennecke and Dr. Janice Conway-Klaassen
October 19, 2012

Social Media and Social Networking Risks - Presented by Drs. Al Beitz and Tom Molitor
October 12, 2012

Using Learning Technologies for Engagement and Achievement - Presented by Dr. David Arendale
October 5, 2012

Freeing up Time for Active Learning: Videos and Active Learning - Presented by Dr. Frank Williiams
September 28, 2012
Notable Software for Mobile Platforms

Using a Case-Based Teaching Format - Presented by Dr. Leslie Sharkey
September 21, 2012
Homework Example | Homework Example Key | Chem Table Format Template | Chem Table Student Example 1 | Chem Table Student Example 2

The Consequences of Pedagogy and Space: New Empirical Research in Active Learning Environments - Presented by Drs. J.D. Walker and D. Christopher Brooks
September 14, 2012
Download .pdf of presentation slides here

Stop Telling Students to Study for Exams! - Presented by Drs. Al Beitz and Peggy Root Kustritz
May 18, 2012

But I'm Giving Up Lecture Time! Alternative Teaching Methods for Pathology - Presented by Drs. Rob Porter, Erik Olson, and Deb Wingert
May 11, 2012

Learning Presentations: Moving from Template-Based Technologies to Learner-Focused Approaches - Presented by Dr. Ilene Alexander
April 6, 2012

Integration of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) into Course Curriculum - Presented by Daniel Goscha, Janice Kanyuskik, and Bob Kanyuskik
March 30, 2012

Backwards Design - Presented by Erin Malone and Jeff Lindgren
March 23, 2012

Interwrite (SmartBoards) - Presented by Tom Molitor, Kevin Sayers, and Tim Franke
Part 1 | Part 2
March 9, 2012

Enhancing Intercultural Learning in Your Classes - Presented by Gayle Woodruff and Barbara Kappler
March 2, 2012

Technology in the Classroom - Presented by Tyler (TJ) Mattai
February 17, 2012

CVM Student Panel on Lecture Capture - Presented by CVM Students
January 27, 2012

Making the Grade- Presented by Jane O'brien
December 9, 2011

Smart Boards/eInstruction Mobi- Presented by Geoger Molitor and Kevin Sayers (Lakeville School District)
Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Segment 4 Segment 5

Peer Teaching and Learning Through an Online Forum and Multiplayer Game for Course Assignments- Presented by Larry Copes
October 21, 2011

Helping Student Learn to Learn by Not Over-Teaching a Topic- Presented by Dr. Sue Wick and Dr. David Matthes
October 7,2011

MOODLE Basics Part II: Creating Assignments, Wikis and Discussion Boards- Presented by Becky Balestrieri
Sept. 30, 2011
Also: UTTC's How To for Groups and Collaboration (PDF download)

Learning in Groups- Presented by Jeff Lindgren
September 23, 2011

Moodle Basics: Creating Quizzes- Presented by Becky Balestrieri
Sept. 16, 2011

Teaching Required Courses: From Student Resistance to Engagement- Presented by Dr. Anita Gonzalez
June 3, 2011

Teaching with Case Studies Using Moodle- Presented by Dr. Molly McCue
April 8, 2011

Team-Based Learning (TBL)- Presented by Erin Malone
March 4, 2011

Chime in- Presented by Erin Malone and Colin McFadden
February 18, 2011

Stress and Learning: How Brain Research Can Support Your Teaching- Presented by Christina Peterson
February 4, 2011

Active Learning Classrooms: Teaching More, Talking Less- Presented by Dr. Robin Wright
January 21, 2011

NAVMEC UPDATE: News from the North American Veterinary Medical Education Consortium- Presented by Dr. Laura Molgaard, Dr. Julie Churchill and Dr. Peggy Root
January 7, 2011

Development of an Innovative Faculty Tool to Systematically Construct, Bank and Retrieve Test Items- Presented by Dr. Ranier Adarve
November 19, 2010

Selecting and Developing Critical Thinking- Presented by Dr. Nathan Kuncel
November 5, 2010

Using Wimba- Presented by Jenise Rowekamp
October 22, 2010

Strategies for Maximizing Learning Outcomes and Student Engagement in Online/ Blended Learning Environments- Presented by Dr. Aimee Whiteside
October 8, 2010

Intellectual Property: Best Policy and Best Practices- Presented by Janet Shanedling and Greg Brown
October 1, 2010

CVM Lecture Capture: Take Two- Presented by Laura Molgaard
September 10, 2010

Moodle Workshop #3: Creating Moodle Quizzes (and a bit about Grading)- Presented by Ellen Thayer
August 20, 2010

Creating Moodle Assignments and Activities- Presented by Ellen Thayer
August 19, 2010

Moodle Workshop: Creating Basic Course Websites- Presented by Ellen Thayer
August 6, 2010

Bayer Animal Health Communication Training- Presented by Dr. Tina Clarkson
May 21, 2011

CVM eLearning – it’s not necessarily about distance- Presented by Alicia Johnson and Andre Nault
Education Day, May 17, 2010

Mentoring Graduate Students- Presented by Jan Morse and Matt Hanson
Education Day, May 17, 2010

CVM Student-Faculty Debate: Assessment
May 6, 2010

Using Writing to Enhance Teaching and Learning (Without Killing the Teacher)- Presented by Mitch Ogden

CVM Student-Faculty Debate: Broad-Based versus Narrow-Based Graduate Education Debate 2009
Part One
Part Two

Rubrics for Effective Instruction and Internalizing Learning- Presented by Mark Hilliard
April 23, 2010

Recording Made Easy: Media Magnet- Presented by Colin McFadden
February, 19, 2010

Podcasting CVM Style- Presented by Olivia Kilian and Brent Renneke
Podcasting Powerpoint (PDF Download)
Media Mill Handout (PDF Download)
iTunes and iTunes U Handout (PDF Download)
iTunes U Online Orientation Handout (PDF Download)
January 8, 2010

Clicker Training- presented by Dr. Al Beitz
Seminar on Teaching
Monday, December 21, 2009

Technology Toolkit for Scenario-Based Simulations- Presented by Dr. Jane Lindsay Miller, Director of AHC Simulation Center and Interprofessional Education and Resource Center (IERC)
Technology Toolkit Handout (PDF Download)
Friday, December 4, 2009

Moodling in Toxicology- Presented by Dr. Ashok Singh
November 20, 2009

Communicate, Collaborate, Present: Emerging Technologies for Teaching, Learning, and Research (Part Two!)- Presented by Paul Baepler, OIT Digital Media Center, and his colleagues, Lauren Marsh, OIT Digital Media Center, and Cristina Lopez, OIT Digital Media Center.
Digital Stream Handout 2
November 6, 2009

Communicate, Collaborate, Present: Emerging Technologies for Teaching, Learning, and Research (Part One!)- Presented by Paul Baepler, OIT Digital Media Center, and his colleagues, Lauren Marsh, OIT Digital Media Center, Cristina Lopez, OIT Digital Media Center and Kurtis Scaletta, OIT Digital Media.
Digital Idea Stream Handout 1
October 23, 2009.

The University of Minnesota Vet-Dent Trainer, Center for Simulation Innovation- Presented by Dr. Gary Goldstein, Associate Medical Director,
October 9th, 2009

Multicultural Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age- Presented by Dr. Walt Jacobs
Sept. 25th, 2009

Conversations on Teaching

In concert with the seminars, the Conversations on Teaching provides an informal discussion venue for CVM faculty and staff.  Participants can join with their CVM colleagues in discourse of a wide variety of teaching and learning related issues/topics of concern and interest.  The Conversations on Teaching are held each fall and spring semester on every other Friday, from noon to 1:00 p.m., in 215 Pomeroy.
 

 

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