Presented by: Dr. S. Raj Chaudhury
Dr. S. Raj Chaudhury is a physicist and educational developer who has been using classroom response systems for over fifteen years. He was inspired to start using them in his own teaching having observed other physics educators such as Eric Mazur engage large audiences through thought provoking conceptual questions and peer discussion. Chaudhury has conducted research and published articles on ways of improving teaching effectiveness and enjoyment and enhancing student learning through interactive classroom pedagogies and technologies. He has presented clicker workshops all across the US, in Europe, Brazil and India. At the University of South Alabama, Chaudhury is the Executive Director of the Innovation in Learning Center which supports faculty in many aspects of their professional development with a special emphasis on teaching.
Presented by: Matt Evans, Physics Professor at Univeristy of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Matt Evans has been teaching physics for over 18 years at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, often exploring new techniques and technologies that can enhance the classroom experience for students, including online homework systems and pre and post lecture support videos. For over the past 10 years he has been using student response systems in his classrooms. Currently he serves as the Interim Director of the Ronald E. McNair program on his campus. Learn more about Matt by viewing his profile here.
Presented by: Angela Nickoli, Instructional Technologist at Ball State University
Angela Nickoli is an Instructional Technologist in the Integrated Learning Institute (iLearn) department at Ball State University. Prior to her position in iLearn, she was a full-time contract faculty member in the Department of Criminal Justice/Criminology at Ball State University. Her 19 years of teaching experience includes teaching both large and small sections of a variety of criminal justice courses, both introductory and specialized. In 2009, she became the "iClicker faculty fellow" for the Office of Educational Excellence in which she developed a series of faculty workshops and an in-house tech support program for BSU. In the fall of 2016, Angela accepted a full-time position with the Ball State Integrated Learning Institute where she continues to lead iClicker workshops and is currently developing a faculty training programs for the campus' Canvas Pilot Initiative.
Presented by: Kate Biberdorf, PhD, The University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Kate Biberdorf was the recipient of the 2015 Natural Science Foundation Teaching Excellence Award as well as the recipient of the 2016 College of Natural Sciences Outreach Excellence Award. To learn more about Kate, visit her website.
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Smart devices and laptops are an essential part of our day-to-day lives, but should they be part of the classroom?
At iClicker, we are fully committed to providing state-of-the-art hardware and mobile student response solutions. But we believe the decision on whether or not to allow mobile devices and laptops in the classroom lies with you, the educator. To help you consider the pros and cons of going mobile, we invite you to join three longtime faculty users, each with a different perspective.
Presented by: Michael Shapiro, PhD, University of Georgie and Kristina Treadway, iClicker Product Manager
With iClicker's Reef application, taking accurate attendance is now as simple as clicking a button.
Instead of using codes that can be shared, iClicker’s new attendance solution uses geolocation technology that recognizes if students are within range of the classroom when they “check in.” No more cheating—or voting from dorm rooms!
Experienced user Dr. Michael Shapiro, Professor at the University of Georgia, and Kristina Treadway, iClicker Product Manager, showcase iClicker’s new attendance tool.
Presented by: Kevin Revell, PhD, Murray State University
More and more, educators are bringing a “flipped” classroom approach to their courses to encourage student preparation before lecture and make class time more interactive. With all the buzz around flipped instruction, many wonder: How much work will it require? What are the best practices? What is the impact?
Professor Kevin Revell shared practical tips and tricks for building a flipped classroom to increase student engagement and improve learning.
Presented by Matt Evans, PhD, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
Matt Evans, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, uses iClicker’s mobile solution, iClicker Reef, in his classroom–and the results have been remarkable. Across the board, his students have become better critical thinkers and more engaged learners.
- Track student understanding
- Address misconceptions
- Encourage attendance
- Break up the lecture
- Give every student a voice
Presented by Leslie Hendrix, PhD, University of South Carolina, Columbia
Leslie Hendrix, is an active learning guru. Join the discussion as she talks about engagement strategies and tools that are working in her courses–and how her students have responded to her active learning efforts. She’ll show you how easy it is to increase participation, confirm understanding, and measure student performance using iClicker's flexible active learning platform, iClicker Cloud.
Presented by Charlie Rigdon and Eric Aldrich, University of Missouri
Charles Rigdon and Eric Aldrich at the University of Missouri–Columbia are two seasoned, data-driven professionals who utilize a variety of technology tools to report on student success.
Presented by Deb Pires, PhD, UCLA Department of Life Sciences Core Education
Research shows that classrooms centered on active student participation consistently deliver increased learning gains while reducing achievement gaps. Deb Pires, PhD, knows this firsthand, having transformed her classroom at UCLA into a more active course with diverse learning exercises. In this session, she tells the story of that transformation, and how she integrated technology-based content with tech-free activities and in-class questions to elevate student learning outcomes. You'll come away with at least one new thing to try in your class–register today!
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