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Kozimor and Lemster shared their presentation: "Science and Literacy: A Winning Solution!" at the 2022 Ed Rising conference in Washington DC. GCU was extremely well …

Presenters: Alicia Kozimor and Elizabeth Lemster

Session Title: Science and Literacy: A Winning Solution!

Session Description: Let’s review the best practices for integrating science instruction into literacy instruction. Presenters will share strategies for choosing the right text, teaching vocabulary, and incorporating reading skills and…

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It was a BUSY conference set for Paul Danuser and Crystal McCabe as they presented their research at Ed Rising 2022 in D.C.

Crystal also presented a second presentat…

Presenters:  Paul Danuser and Crystal McCabe

Title: Leaving Your Drama Behind: The Successful Transition to College

Session Description: Heading to college can be one of the great experiences in young people’s lives. New adventures and new experiences await all those who enter the “hallowed SATURDAY, JUNE 25 halls of academia.” New friends, new…

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Thomas Christner and Michael McCabe presented at the 2022 Educators Rising National Conference. Their session: “The Multiverse of Educational Technology…Boosting Engagement in…

Presenters: Thomas Christner and Michael McCabe

Session Title: The Multiverse of Educational Technology...Boosting Engagement in your "Marvel"ous Classroom

Session Description: Educators Assemble! In this interactive presentation, participants will channel their inner superhero by "fighting" the villain of Boredom. Using the multiverse of…

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The Center for Innovation in Research on Teaching invites ALL Grand Canyon University Faculty to SoTL Summit!
Join us October 20 and 21, Virtual participation is availabl…

Click here to register: https://gcusotl.wufoo.com/forms/szqs2q6046cxrs/ 

Fall 2022 sessions include:

Post-Pandemic Teaching in the Online Classroom  - In this session you will glean a better understanding of how to deal with the challenges and changes post pandemic so that you can be more effective as an online instructor.

SoTL in Relation to…
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Greg and Shaunna recently presented at the 2022 Distance Teaching and Learning Conference. Their Session "Everything Changes…Or Does it? The Value of Instructor Interacti…


As the number of faculty teaching online continues to grow, so too has the interest in and understanding of the role of instructor interaction in the online classroom. Online learning is here to stay; in fact, it is more relevant than ever. It is therefore important to consider the implications to instructor interactivity and the evolution of…

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