Session Materials: General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment

AAC&U thanks the session facilitators for sharing their work. Resources and materials are provided at the discretion of the facilitators. Additional materials will be posted over the next few weeks.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Poster 6: The Somebodiness ProjectFirst-Year Experience and Vocational Exploration
Gina J. Camodeca, Briana J. Jegier, and David T. R. Stewart—all of D'Youville College

Poster 18: Detecting Bull**** in an Interdisciplinary Community of Learners
Adrienne Button—Emory University

Poster 22: Integrative Learning: The Foundation of General Education
Melanie Jenkins, David Allred, and Lindsay Chaney—all of Snow College

Poster 32: Methods and Tools for Assessing the General Education Program
Tatiana M. Nazarenko and Stephen M. Contakes—both of Westmont College



Friday, February 21, 2020

Plenary Session: A Learner-Centered Approach to Teaching General Education Courses
Terry J. Doyle—Ferris State University and Learner-Centered Teaching Consultants

CS 3.2: Engaging Students' Attitudes, Perceptions, and Experiences with General Education
Michelle Pautz and Judy Owen—both of the University of Dayton

CS 3.4: Freeing Their HIPs: Integrating with High-Impact Practices and Faculty Autonomy
David Moon, Phillip Haisley, Sylvia Mendez, Sarah E. Long, Niki Juhl, Omar Montoya, and Michelle Neely—all of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs

CS 3.6: ISAE! Changing the Deictic Nature of Assessment Dialogue and Practices
Karen M. White-Goyzueta—Texas Southmost College

CS 4.2: Making Meaning through Faculty Learning Communities
Margaret Shippey and Barika Barboza—both of Miami Dade College

CS 4.5: Adventures in Student-Generated Learning
Beth D. Benedix, Emma Houston, and Jacob Correa—all of DePauw University



Saturday, February 22, 2020

Pecha Kucha 6.1: An Efficient Peer-Mentoring Program to Promote Professional Competency 
Gioia Polidori—University of Southern California

Closing Plenary: Fostering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Pedagogy: A Social Neuroscience Perspective
Jennifer Kubota—University of Delaware