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Friday, May 5

11:00am CDT

Master Teachers, Master Assessment Practices: Presentations from 2016 QIC Award Winners
Master Teachers, Master Assessment Practices: Presentations from 2016 QIC Award Winners
Emily Cauble (Law), Michele McCay (CSH), Jacqueline Kelly-McHale (Music), Michele Morano (LAS)

Join four of the 2016 Quality of Instruction Council faculty award winners for a lively PechaKucha presentation and discussion of teaching values and practices. PechaKucha is a highly visual and engaging format where speakers present 20x20 (twenty slides for twenty second each). Presentations will be followed by a large-group discussion.

Moderated by Allison Ortlieb (Law) 



Dr. Jacqueline Kelly-McHale

Associate Professor // Director of Music Education, DePaul University
Jacqueline Kelly-McHale is an associate professor and the director of music education at DePaul University in Chicago, IL. Her research focuses on culturally-responsive teaching in K-12 music classrooms, the role of social justice in music teacher education programs, and composition... Read More →
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Dr. Michele McCay

Teaching Assistant Professor, DePaul University
Dr. Michele McCay has worked with public health initiatives that focus on the diverse issues that affect women, children, and families including chronic diseases, affordable healthcare, smoking prevention, and perinatal mental health issues. Issues related to maternal and child health... Read More →

Friday May 5, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
LPSC 120AB 2250 N. Sheffield Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60614-3673

2:15pm CDT

PechaKucha Session: Tools and Resources for Learner Engagement
PechaKucha is a presentation that includes 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each. It is fast-paced, informative, and fun!

Slack for Improving Communication, Collaboration, and Engagement in the College Classroom
Jessica Bishop-Royse, Social Science Research Center

"Maybe I shuld clarify lmao": Capturing Student Learning and Building Rapport with Google Docs
Jennifer Z. Ingersoll, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Assessing the Impact of Librarian Presence in an Online Course
Jessica Alverson and Susan Schultz, University Library 

Harnessing Emerging Technologies to Build Better Classrooms
Patrice Boyles, Chicago State University 


Patrice Boyles

Asst. Professor Business Ed, Chicago State University
Dr. Patrice C. Boyles received her doctorate in Adult, Counseling and Higher Education from Northern Illinois University. She also earned a MS in Occupational Education (Technology Education) and a BA in Business Administration from Chicago State University (CSU). She is an Associate... Read More →

Susan Shultz

Business & Social Sciences Librarian, DePaul University

Friday May 5, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
LPSC 324 2250 N. Sheffield Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60614-3673