CTLT Dialogues

The Blog of the Center for Teaching & Learning with Technology

TNT Institute — 2008

Student-Centered Learning

Wednesday, May 21st
Registration
Welcome by Catherine Kelley and Sandra Selick,
Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology

Presentation
“Teaching and Learning Using Cell Phone Technology”
Patricia Kahn, Leslie Wilson and Jessica Brandt
Montclair State University
MS PowerPoint presentation

Presentation
“Blogging for Dollars: An Engaging Student Activity”
Jonathan Goodman
Silberman College
MS PowerPoint presentation

Lunch
Films Media Group Announcement
Denise O’Shea
CoolCAT NJ Systems Librarian

Session A
“Blogging with your Students: The Pedagogical Approaches to Using Blogs”
(A hands-on workshop)
Jonathan Goodman
Silberman College

Session B — Rescheduled to Friday
“Wikis as a Teaching Tool”
(A hands-on workshop)
Daniel Cassino
Becton College

Thursday, May 17th
Presentation
“Moving from Passive to Active Learning”
Raymond Schroeder
University of Illinois at Springfield
Raymond Schroeder’s blog: Active Online Learning

Session C
“Podcasting in the Virtual Classroom”
Linda Elfers-Mabli
Petrocelli College
Website: Podcasting in Higher Education

Lunch

Presentation
“The Innovation Imperative: Student-Centered Models for Learning”
Richard Sweeney
New Jersey Institute for Learning
Richard Sweeney’s Webpage
Millennial PowerPoint
FDU Presentation May 22, 2008 PowerPoint

Session D
“Tied Up in Knots: Tech Modeling for Novices”
(A hands-on workshop)
Ellen Campbell
University College

Friday, May 18th
Session B — Rescheduled
“Wikis as a Teaching Tool”
(A hands-on workshop)
Daniel Cassino
Becton College

Session E
“Digital Storytelling”
(A hands-on workshop)
Peter Burkholder
Becton College
Digital Storytelling: A Technical Guide

Lunch
Presentation
“Students’ Perspectives on Their Own Learning: FDU’s Global Mission”
Moderated by Diana Civitan
Global Learning
MS PowerPoint presentation

Closing comments by Catherine Kelley and Sandra Selick
Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology

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