Session Materials: Creating a 21st-Century General Education Conference

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.

Friday, February 15, 2019

Poster 2: The New History: Revising General Education Strategically
Christopher Fischer, Linda Maule, and Christopher Olsen—all of Indiana State University
Poster

Poster 4: Creating Interprofessional Partnerships for Learning
Cynthia Geer—Xavier University
Poster

Poster 12: The Graduate at Graduation: Predicting Student Learning Outcomes Based on Senior Exit Survey
Michelle Chavez, Lindsay Couzens, and Laurel Pritchard—all of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Poster

Poster 13: Infusing Computational Thinking into General Education Using a VALUE-Style Rubric
Kevin Guidry—University of Delaware
Poster

Poster 14: Leveraging General Education Assessment to Improve Courses and Degree Plans
Jeanette Herman—The Unviersity of Texas at Austin
Poster

CS 2: Using ePortfolios to Connect, Curate, and Create Meaningful Learning Experiences
Jenae Cohn, Helen Chen, Sheetal patel, and Laura Dominguez Chan—all of Stanford University
Presentation

CS 11: Funneling Faculty Dialogue: Promoting Intentionality, Transparency, and Assessment in General Education Redesign
Philip Dunwoody, Katharine Johanesen, and Erik Rasmussen—all of Juniata College
Presentation
Handout

CS 17: Assignment-Based Strategies for Assessing Transdisciplinary Learning Outcomes
Tracy Scott and Brandy Simula—both of Emory University
Presentation

CS 18: Re-envisioning General Education to Prepare Graduates with Essential Employability Qualities
Ralph Wolff—The Quality Assurance Commons for Higher & Postsecondary Education
Presentation

CS 21: Better Access, Better Outcomes: Leveling the Internship Playing Field
Sara Leoni and Nathan Gamble—Greenfig
Presentation

CS 25: Back to the Drawing Board: Revising a General Education Program through Assessment
Abdou Ndoye, Jennifer Cellio, Bethany Bowling, and Burke Miller—all of Northern Kentucky University
Presentation
Handout 1
Handout 2
Handout 3
Handout 4
Handout 5

CS 26: Designing a General Education Curriculum for the 21st-Century: Succeeding at Process and Product
Emily Esch and Barbara May—both of College of St. Benedict and St. John's University
Handout

CS 27: Pathways to the Majors: Fostering Interdisciplinary Collaboration between Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professional Schools
John Lutz—Long Island University Post Campus; Margaret Boorstein and Lori Knapp—both of Long Island University; and Abagail Van Vlerah—Unaffiliated
Presentation
Handout

CS 30: Pathways of Public Service and Civic Engagement: Framework and Tool
Thomas Schnaubelt, Annabel Wong, and Joann Wong—all of the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University; Gail Robinson—Gail Robinson Consulting
Presentation

CS 32: Inspiring Motivation through Theory-Based Lesson Planning: Applying Malone’s Gaming Concepts
Alan Witt and Brandon West—both of SUNY Geneseo
Presentation
Handout

CS 42: Liberal Learning and the Realization of Our Humanity
David Burrows—Lawrence University
Presentation

CS 42: Closing the Assessment Loop in General Education Programs
Nhung Pham and Dough Koch—both of University of Central Missouri
Presentation

CS 45: Embedding Visual Literacy Goals in an Integrative General Education
Sarah Goodwin and Jeffrey Segrave—both of Skidmore College; Hannah Goodwin—Mount Holyoke College; Hannah Segrave—University of Delaware
Presentation
Handout 1
Handout 2
Handout 3
Handout 4
Handout 5

CS 51: Connecting Faculty Development, Student Learning, and Practice: Building Habits through Intentional Program Design
Cynthia Blair Van Dam and Brad Knight—both of American University
Presentation
Handout

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

CS 54: Collaborative Curricular Design: Removing Barriers for Student Learning
Kathy Ingram, Celine Santiago Bass, and Jody DeKorte—all of Purdue University Global
Presentation

CS 56: Everyone Counts: Reforming General Education Mathematics for Student Success
Dewayne Morgan and Stephanie Hall—both of the University System of Maryland
Presentation

CS 60: Presence of Mind: Modeling Integrated, Whole Student Support
Jim Walker—University of Colorado, Boulder
Presentation and Handouts

CS 63: Developing Researcher Agency through Engagement in Cocurricular Assessment
Kristen McKinney and Jorge Alcaraz—both of the University of California - Los Angeles
Presentation

CS 66: General Education and the Interoperability Puzzle
Priscilla Hobbs, Anthony Siciliano, Jake Deschuiteneer—all of Southern New Hampshire University
Presentation

CS 68: Developing Agency and Promoting Equity and Integrative Learning across the Core Curriculum
Molly Kretchman-Hendricks and Jonathan Rossing—both of Gonzaga University
Presentation