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ODU's Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs hosts regular Conversations as an opportunity for faculty to share, think, and reflect on a wide range of teaching issues. Award-winning faculty members are invited to share their successful experiences, followed by a discussion and question-and-answer session. This series is supported by ODU's Center for Learning and Teaching.

Provost's Conversations on Teaching and Learning Old Dominion University

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ODU's Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs hosts regular Conversations as an opportunity for faculty to share, think, and reflect on a wide range of teaching issues. Award-winning faculty members are invited to share their successful experiences, followed by a discussion and question-and-answer session. This series is supported by ODU's Center for Learning and Teaching.

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    PCTL: Engaging Students in Online Teaching Environments

    PCTL: Engaging Students in Online Teaching Environments

    Dr. Ryan Klinger facilitates a Conversation about teachers' experiences managing the virtual classroom. How, in the online environment, does one collect student feedback, encourage peer-to-peer collaboration, make oneself available to students, and manage the distribution of course content?

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    PCTL: Inclusion, Integration, and Separation: Meeting the Unique Needs of those with Unique Needs

    PCTL: Inclusion, Integration, and Separation: Meeting the Unique Needs of those with Unique Needs

    Dr. Justin Haegele of Old Dominion University's Human Movement Sciences Department believes that the word "inclusion" is one of the most commonly used, yet most commonly misunderstood, terms in education today. Consequently, he says, the words inclusion and integration are often muddled together and are used interchangeably. In this Conversation, Dr. Haegele conceptually defines these terms and discusses their utility in helping teachers meet the unique needs of an increasingly diverse student body.

    • 59 Min.
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    PCTL: Mutual Respect: Faculty/Student Interaction at its Best

    PCTL: Mutual Respect: Faculty/Student Interaction at its Best

    Thomas Socha, Professor of Communication at ODU, believes that it is through everyday messages that teachers and students create discursive contexts that welcome us to perform at our very best. His Conversation will remind us that positive communication in teacher-student relationships is indeed like child's play.

    • 57 Min.
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    PCTL: Theory and Practice: Reaching the Modern Learner

    PCTL: Theory and Practice: Reaching the Modern Learner

    Jay Morris, senior lecturer in Old Dominion University's Computer Science department, supports and criticizes various instruction techniques, "mercilessly pointing out" their strengths and weaknesses. He hopes to open a debate about the changing role of the professor in the classroom - not only as a lecturer and pontificator, but as mentor, role model, counselor, enforcer, and the "hundred other opportunities for personal growth in the land of the ivory tower."

    • 44 Min.
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    PCTL: Constructing the Creative Environment: A Director's Guide

    PCTL: Constructing the Creative Environment: A Director's Guide

    Jenifer Alonzo, an assistant professor in Communication and Theatre Arts at ODU, discusses how to create safe environments for students to take creative risks. Watch a hands-on exploration of the techniques that theatre directors use to promote creativity in the rehearsal room. Alonzo then shares how she translates these techniques to the classroom.

    • 59 Min.
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    PCTL: Forget Edutainment: Implement Mastery Learning to Foster Student Success

    PCTL: Forget Edutainment: Implement Mastery Learning to Foster Student Success

    Jason Osborne, an Associate Professor of Educational Foundations and Leadership, has been teaching Statistics and Research Methods to what he calls "unwilling students" for approximately twenty years. Here, Osborne considers the nearly-hundred years of research on student achievement, motivation, engagement, and resiliency, and shares examples of the implementation of mastery learning in both undergraduate and graduate level courses.

    • 57 Min.

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