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2022 CETL Expo

Mark your calendars for CETL’s annual celebration of innovative teaching!  The Community Expo for Teaching and Learning supports CETL’s continued efforts to promote and disseminate Gannon faculty and staff’s innovative pedagogical and andragogical strategies.


The Expo will include digital presentations from our 2021 Course Redesign Grant recipients and electronic poster presentations from Gannon faculty. The event provides an opportunity to network with colleagues and learn about current services, tools, and resources provided by different departments on campus. Plus enjoy appetizers, vote for your favorite presentation, and enter to win a variety of prizes. Winners and prizes announced at 1:00pm. 


Featuring presentations by: 

Summer 2021 Course Redesign Grant Recipients:

Rebecca L. Mokris, D.Ed., LAT, ATC, CES, ROT, Engaging Clinical Preceptors Use of Evidence-Based Practice Through Intentional and Practical Student Learning Ann M. Bomberger, PhD, Using Activities, Perusall, Mentimeter, and Jamboard to Coax People Into Conversations About Race. Diann C. Cooper, PhD, MSN, RN, BC and Patricia Marshall, MSN, RN, CCRN, From Online Testing to Preparing for the Future: Next Generation NCLEX Exam Questions and Blackboard Blake Hoppe, DO, MSMEd. and Heather P. Adams, PMAS, PA-C, Instruction Innovation for Physical  Diagnosis Ikechukwu Ohu, PhD, Teaching Ergonomics Through Videos and Digital Human Simulations Anjali Sahay, PhD, MBA, Technology and Education: Prepare, Engage, and Pace Lisa Nogaj, PhD, Chemistry Case Studies to Boost Self-Efficacy Dr. Nancy Morris, Promoting Engagement and Community Through the Use of Social Learning Tools Holly Mihaly M. Ed., R.T. (R)(CT), Radiation Intensity: Basic Principles and Concepts Dr. John Vohlidka, The Medieval Era via The Digital Era: Using Technology to Flip the Medieval History Classroom Carmella Covell, PT, PhD, Methods and Materials for Teaching     English Language Learners (ELLs): Engaging Lectures with Interactive Discussion Posts and Method of Grading

 

Poster Presentations By:

Dominic Prianti, M.A, Using Perusall and OER for Cheap and Effective Student Reading Elizabeth Garloch, CloudSource OA Daniel Salamone, Why Use Service-Learning to Teach? Dr. Lucy Parker Barnes, Creatively Collaborating About Classism: An Online Counseling Student Centered Research Group Created Post COVID-19 Dr. Rick Stachel, Integrating Student-As-Partner Activities for Dynamic Curricula Revitalization Jessica Mando, The Effects of Textbook Pricing on Student Mental Wellbeing Derek DiMatteo, PhD, Office 365 in the Classroom Lauren Garskie, PhD and Shreelina Ghosh, PhD, Demonstrating What We Value Through Our Feedback on Writing Gary Vanderlaan, PhD and Matthew Gacura, PhD, Leveraging the Power of YouTube in the Modern, Digital Classroom Matthew Gacura, PhD and Gary Vanderlaan, PhD, The Microbial Art Plate: An Artistic Approach to Mastering Microbiology Lab Techniques Keith Krise, PhD, Designing a Hybrid General Chemistry Laboratory Course that Incorporates Faculty Prepared Virtual Experiment Modules