Excellence in Teaching Symposium
Elmhurst University’s Center for Scholarship and Teaching presented this symposium on January 20, 2022.
Video presentations will be made available below, as well as links to presentation slides.
Moving Past Debate to Dialogue: Facilitating Discussion on Anti-Racist Texts in a Diverse Composition Classroom
Presenters: Natasha Strother, MA, and Erika McCombs, Ph.D., English
Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL): Connecting Elmhurst Students to Global Students
Presenter: Timothy A. Hazen, Ph.D., Political Science
Using Check-Ins to Support Students and Build Connections
Presenter: Jaime Zurheide, Ph.D., Education
Flexibility from Start to Finish
Presenter: Abigail Hoit, Ph.D., Mathematics
Teaching Students How to Synthesize in a Literature Review
Presenter: Andrea Krieg, Ph.D., Sociology and Criminal Justice
Implementing a Spaced Retrieval Practice Intervention to Improve Students’ Study Skills
Presenters: Heather Mangelsdorf, Ph.D., Psychology, and Kathryn O’Toole, Ph.D., North Park University Department of Psychology
Flipped Classroom Coupled with Game-Based Learning
Presenter: Jennifer Seyler, MBA, MS, RDN, Business and Economics
Asynchronous Presentation: Lightning Review
Presenter: Ruth Schumacher, DNP, R.N., CNL, CPN, Nursing and Health Sciences
For more information on the Excellence in Teaching Symposium, email Nick Behm.