Presentations

Recent professional presentations

 

“Chat it up:  Using a backchannel and a fishbowl to teach focus groups.”  Poster presentation.  (February 6, 2014).  6th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research (CIDER) at Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, Virginia.

“Dual roles:  Developing qualitative research skills as investigators and participants.”  Poster presentation.  (February 6, 2014).  6th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research (CIDER) at Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, Virginia.

“Talk amongst yourselves: Using a backchannel to increase K-16 student engagement.” (September 20, 2013).  Interactive presentation.  Virginia Educational Research Association Conference – Charlottesville, Virginia.

“A good National Board Certified Teacher is hard to find – in some parts of the Commonwealth.” (September 19, 2013).  Research presentation.  Virginia Educational Research Association Conference – Charlottesville, Virginia.

“No more binders!  Harnessing free web-based tools to prepare narratives and present artifacts for external review.” (February 26, 2013).  AdvancED Virginia Winter Conference – Williamsburg, Virginia.

“The distribution of National Board Certified Teachers in Virginia.” (February 22, 2013).  Annual Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA) Conference – Sarasota, Florida.

“Talk amongst yourselves:  Backchanneling to increase student engagement, build community, and inform instruction.”  Poster presentation.  (February 6, 2013).  5th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research (CIDER) at Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, Virginia.

“Using Social Media to connect with students, parents, staff, and a larger network of professionals.”  Discussion facilitator. (January 28, 2013).  UNconference RVA – Glen Allen, Virginia.

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