Center for Teaching and Learning

Poster session 2


April 2, 2020

24 – Serious Noticing in the Intro Lit Course

Author Samuel Jaffee, Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Abstract This presentation’s standpoint is that a literary text is an unfinished creative process that students continue. I share my experience planning and teaching an inquiry-based introductory course on identities in Spanish literature to mixed classes of native, heritage,…


26 – Patient Simulation Versus Integrated Clinical Experiences for DPT Student Education

Authors Jill Jandreau, Division of Physical Therapy, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle Abstract Research Question: Is hybrid patient simulation (SIM) as efficacious in educating DPT students studying acute care as integrated clinical experiences (ICE)? Context: During a DPT Acute Care course, two different student cohorts participated in SIM or ICE. Hybrid…


28 – Hot Topic Assignment: Nurses Partnering with Parents

Author Anne Kalkbrenner, Child, Family and Population Health Nursing, School of Nursing, UW Seattle Abstract This poster will present the key features of the “Hot Topic” assignment used with a large lecture course (70 students) focused on helping undergraduate nursing students gain skill in partnering with parents who are facing a variety of parenting decisions in…


30 – Subjective Feedback, Competition, Effort and Performance – an Online Experiment

View a PDF of this poster Author Anna Lovasz, Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW Tacoma Abstract We study how subjective and competitive feedback affects effort and performance, using an online game with randomized treatment. The game involves various shapes moving around the screen, and players clicking on shapes…


32 – Turn It Up: Writing from the Playlist

Authors Jacob Martens, Writing Studies, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW Tacoma Minwoo Cho, Undergraduate Student, UW Tacoma Teresa Dennerlein, Undergraduate Student, UW Tacoma Khadijah York, Undergraduate Student, UW Tacoma Abstract My research seeks to “Turn the Beat Around” (Robinson, 1976) by inviting students to choose songs to add to a course playlist. How does…


34 – Teaching Integrity in Empirical Archaeology With Replication Assignments

Authors Ben Marwick, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Li-Ying Wang, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Abstract Topic: We share our implementation of a replication report assignment suitable for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students in archaeology and other empirical social sciences. Reproducibility is the ability to…


36 – An International Collaborative Journal Club for Prosthetics and Orthotics Students

Authors Cody McDonald, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle Nana Agyei, Prosthetics and Orthotics, Brother Tarcisius Prosthetics and Orthotics Training College Susan Spaulding, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle Anne Yamane, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle Karen Freisem, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle Abstract Research question: What effect…


38 – The Teaching of Dialectal Variations in a Language Classroom

Authors Antonio M. Rueda, Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Jorge Gonzalez Casanova, Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Inma Raneda, Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Abstract This presentation is focused on the importance…


40 – Does Watching Lecture Videos Improve Grades? Lessons from ENVIR 100

View a PDF of this poster Author Yen-Chu Weng, Program on the Environment, College of the Environment, UW Seattle Abstract ENVIR 100 is a large introductory course to Environmental Studies (150-200 students). This course is taught every quarter – with the spring quarter taught in the online lecture format. I have co-taught the spring hybrid course…


42 – Identifying Repetition and Collaboration as Crucial Design Features of CUREs

Authors Benjamin Wiggins, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle Lina Dahlberg, Biology Department, College of Science and Engineering, Western Washington University Suzanne Lee,Biology Department, College of Science and Engineering, Western Washington University Haley Sefi-Cyr,Biology Department, College of Science and Engineering, Western Washington University Abstract Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) have demonstrated…



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