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Defining a T1 University
Christine Cutucache, University of Nebraska at Omaha; Stephanie Salomone, University of Portland; Eric Anctil, University of Portland; Heather E. Dillon, Ph.D., University of Washington-Tacoma Campus; Carolyn James, University of Portland; Valerie Peterson, University of Portland; Tara Prestholdt, University of Portland
Institutions of higher education are experiencing a paradigm shift. Research activity has long been seen as separate from teaching and of greater value to the institution's prestige and impact. We take the ...

Conference Day: June 10, 2021
Time: 9:30am PT / 10:30am MT / 11:30am CT / 12:9:30am PT / 10:30am MT / 11:30am CT / 12:30pm ET
Session Type: Concurrent Session, Presentation

The Role of Course-Based Communities of Transformation in Moving Toward Active Learning: What We Learned about Supporting Change During the Pivot to Online Learning
Jill Nelson, George Mason University; Jessica Rosenberg, George Mason University; Robert Sachs, George Mason University
Student engagement in active learning has been shown to improve retention and understanding, but effecting sustained change in STEM instruction has proven challenging, particularly in large courses. In this ...

Conference Day: June 10, 2021
Time: 10:05am PT / 11:05am MT / 12:05pm CT / 1:10:05am PT / 11:05am MT / 12:05pm CT / 1:05pm ET
Session Type: Presentation, Concurrent Session

Pooling Knowledge for Rapid Response: Covid-19 Prompted a Network of Research Universities to Share Best Practices for Assessing Student Learning Online
Joshua Potter, University of Kansas Main Campus; Linda Slakey, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Doug James, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The sudden and wholesale shift in March 2020 away from brick-and-mortar classrooms and toward hybrid and online teaching due to the pandemic was experienced by most faculty as a crisis moment. For many faculty ...

Conference Day: June 10, 2021
Time: 12:40pm PT / 1:40pm MT / 2:40pm CT / 3:12:40pm PT / 1:40pm MT / 2:40pm CT / 3:40pm ET
Session Type: Presentation, Concurrent Session

When Seeing is Believing: Generalizability and Decision Studies for Observational Data in Evaluation and Research on Teaching
Tim Weston, University of Colorado at Boulder; Charles N. Hayward, University of Colorado at Boulder
Structured classroom observations are widely used in research and evaluation of STEM classrooms to characterize teaching and learning activities. Because conducting observations is typically resource intensive, it ...

Conference Day: June 10, 2021
Time: 1:10pm PT / 2:10pm MT / 3:10pm CT / 4:1:10pm PT / 2:10pm MT / 3:10pm CT / 4:10pm ET
Session Type: Concurrent Session, Presentation