Tag Archives: Innovation 20/20 series

Innovation 20/20 with Dr. Nathan Jenkins

Dr. Nathan Jenkins (KINS)
Friday, March 20, 2015
10am 631 Aderhold
“A Flipped Class Experiment (n = 1): Trial Run in an Exercise Science Course”

The ‘flipped classroom’ approach involves moving content delivery outside of the classroom, and using in-class time to focus on the information processing part of learning (synthesis of ideas, problem-solving, etc.). The method has been used for many years in some disciplines, particularly in the humanities. This presentation will provide a personal account of its implementation in an exercise science course, including summaries of what has and has not worked, and some strategies for the future.

Innovation 20/20 with Dr. Dr. Ilse Mason

Innovation 20/20 series

Dr. Ilse Mason (KINS (Physical Education))
Thursday, November 13, 2014
2:00 p.m., 631 Aderhold

“Online Walking: From Oxymoron to Reality”

Traditionally, physical education courses take place in a face-to-face setting and because of their nature, present unique challenges when transforming them into an online format. In this presentation, I will share how an online walking course was created and elaborate on the role of technology in this course.


Join us for 20 minutes of presentation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion time.

We will be recording the presentation part of this session, and will post the video on our Web site.

Visit http://www.coe.uga.edu/itt for more information about the Spring Innovation 20/20 speaker schedule.


COMING NEXT:

Dr. Nathan Jenkins
TBA
631 Aderhold


VIDEO ARCHIVE OF PAST INNOVATION 20/20 SESSIONS

To view video recordings of past sessions, go to the Innovation in Teaching and Technology Web site
These presentations are included as a playlist on UGA’s YouTube channel.


NOMINATE SOMEONE TO DO AN INNOVATION 20/20 SESSION!

Anyone can be nominated – faculty, students, and staff – to conduct an Innovation 20/20 session. Each session consists of 20 minutes of presentation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion.

While it is difficult to pin down what is meant exactly by “innovative teaching,” here are are a few guidelines. Nominees should be more than just good teachers. They are people who take some risks and try new things. They are also people who are known to use one or more unique innovative strategies consistently as part of their teaching repertoire.

The focus is squarely on “innovation in teaching,” but if some attention is given to how technology makes the teaching innovation possible or feasible, all the better.

To submit a nomination, send the following information to Lloyd Rieber at lrieber@uga.edu:

*Name and email of the nominee
*Nominee¹s department and/or program
*Short explanation of why you are nominating this person (e.g. in what way is the person innovative in his/her teaching)
Self-nominations are also accepted, but priority will be given to people nominated by others.


Dr. Lloyd Rieber
Innovation in Teaching & Technology, Director
201C Aderhold Hall, College of Education

Innovation 20/20

Innovation 20/20 with Dr. April Galyardt

Innovation 20/20 series

Dr. April Galyardt (EPSY)
Thursday, October 23, 2014
2:00 p.m., 631 Aderhold

“It’s the Little Things”

Innovations can be flashy and obvious or they can be subtle and unobtrusive. I’ve incorporated changes of both sorts, and have often found that the subtle changes have a greater impact on student learning.


Join us for 20 minutes of presentation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion time.

We will be recording the presentation part of this session, and will post the video on our Web site.

Visit http://www.coe.uga.edu/itt for more information about the Spring Innovation 20/20 speaker schedule.


COMING NEXT:

Dr. Nathan Jenkins
Wednesday, November 12, 2pm – 3pm
631 Aderhold


VIDEO ARCHIVE OF PAST INNOVATION 20/20 SESSIONS

To view video recordings of past sessions, go to the Innovation in Teaching and Technology Web site
These presentations are included as a playlist on UGA’s YouTube channel.


NOMINATE SOMEONE TO DO AN INNOVATION 20/20 SESSION!

Anyone can be nominated – faculty, students, and staff – to conduct an Innovation 20/20 session. Each session consists of 20 minutes of presentation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion.

While it is difficult to pin down what is meant exactly by “innovative teaching,” here are are a few guidelines. Nominees should be more than just good teachers. They are people who take some risks and try new things. They are also people who are known to use one or more unique innovative strategies consistently as part of their teaching repertoire.

The focus is squarely on “innovation in teaching,” but if some attention is given to how technology makes the teaching innovation possible or feasible, all the better.

To submit a nomination, send the following information to Lloyd Rieber at lrieber@uga.edu:

*Name and email of the nominee
*Nominee¹s department and/or program
*Short explanation of why you are nominating this person (e.g. in what way is the person innovative in his/her teaching)
Self-nominations are also accepted, but priority will be given to people nominated by others.


Dr. Lloyd Rieber
Innovation in Teaching & Technology, Director
201C Aderhold Hall, College of Education

Innovation 20/20