OPID conference on student learning had strong UW-Green Bay presence

The UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development held its annual spring conference late last week with a focus on “The Value of Inquiry Into Student Learning in the 21st Century.” As you might expect, UW-Green Bay was well-represented. (The institution has a history of leadership with regard to the scholarship of teaching and learning.) Session titles and UW-Green Bay presenters and panelists from the OPID conference in Madison include:

Fusing First Nations Studies Across Disciplines

• Lisa Poupart, associate professor, Humanistic Studies
• David Voelker, associate professor, Humanistic Studies

Interdisciplinary Study Of Shared Pedagogical Questions

• David Voelker, associate professor of Humanistic Studies and History
• Regan Gurung, Rosenberg Professor of Human Development and Psychology
• Aeron Haynie, associate professor of Humanistic Studies and English
(and director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning)
• Angela Bauer, professor of Human Biology and Women’s and Gender Studies

Teaching Interdisciplinary Threshold Concepts (Sustainability) In Introductory Gen Ed Courses

• Katia Levintova, associate professor, Public and Environmental Affairs

What Do They Get? How Student Perceptions Affect Learning

• Christopher Martin, assistant professor, Humanistic Studies

Class Summary Forms: Helping Students Deep Process Class Material

• Heidi Fencl, associate professor, Natural and Applied Sciences

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