2019 AFC Conference on College Teaching and Learning
April 3 - 5, 2019 - St. Petersburg, FL
EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS - Presentations/Materials


2019 AFC Conference on College Teaching and Learning Program

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3RD

2:45PM – 3:45PM CONCURRENT SESSION I

Administration Commission Presents: Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
Lynne O'Dell, QEP Manager, Indian River State College and Dr. Mark Thompson, Lake-Sumter State College

Healthcare Education Commission Presents: Opioid Abuse Awareness: Signs and Prevention
Kadie Raven, Communications and Training Specialist, Gulfcoast Area Health Education Center

Spaghetti & Marshmallow Tower Classroom Experiential Exercise
TEDtalk
Dr. William "Patch" Paczkowski, Workforce Education Director and Business & Entrepreneurship Professor, Palm Beach State College


4:00PM – 5:00PM CONCURRENT SESSION II

Using Sparkol’s VideoScribe for Visual Presentations
Dr. Carman Wakefield, Associate Professor of Education, University of Cincinnati

Traditionalists! Baby Boomers! Gen Xers! Millennials! Gen Zs!
Robin Wikle, Vice President of Business Development, AlphaUMi/5G

Administration Commission Presents: Administration Panel on Leadership
Lynne O'Dell, QEP Manager, Indian River State College, Charles R. “Casey” Lunceford II, Provost, Indian River State College, Dr. Heather Bigard, Vice-President of Financial Services and Business Affairs, Lake-Sumter State College

Bringing Mindfulness and Oneness into the Classroom: Dissolve Anxiety to Enhance Learning
Handout

Manisha Ranade, Assistant Professor, Santa Fe College, and Prof. Linda Cirulli-Burton, Assistant Adjunct Professor, Santa Fe College


THURSDAY, APRIL 4TH

NISOD Workshops (morning, then repeated in afternoon):

NISOD Session – Flipped Learning: Pathway to Student Success (repeated in the afternoon)
Erik Christensen, NISOD Facilitator

NISOD Session – Strategies for Student Learning and Success: Relational Teaching and Classroom Community Building (repeated in the afternoon)
Dr. David Schoem, NISOD Facilitator

FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH

8:30AM – 9:30AM CONCURRENT SESSION I

Division of Florida Colleges Presents: Success in Math Pathways Re-Design: Lessons from the Florida College System
Panelists - Moderator: Dr. Angela Long, Director of Learning, Innovation and Success, Florida College System; Dr. Julie Phelps, Professor and FCS Mathematics Sequences Workgroup Chair, Valencia College; Mr. Marc Campbell, Chairperson, School of Mathematics and Professor, Daytona State College

Transform Your Campus into a 21st Century Playground

Tommy Demos, Assistant Professor of Film, Television, and Digital Production, School of Entertainment & Design Technology, Miami Dade College
Professor Eric Cornish, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Technology, School of Entertainment & Design Technology, Miami Dade College – North

Holistic Support for New Faculty: Creating a Customized Year-Long, Immersive New Faculty Cohort
Handout

Dr. Matt Klauza, Faculty Developer, Palm Beach State College, Helena Zacharis, Professor, Palm Beach State College, Phillip C. Mancusi, Professor, Palm Beach State College, & Fred Ford, Professor, Palm Beach State College

Formalizing Critical Thinking
Mr. Kermit Harrison II, Associate Professor, Tallahassee Community College

9:45AM – 10:45AM CONCURRENT SESSION II

Division of Florida Colleges Presents: Best Practice Programs in Developmental and Gateway Writing Courses
Ms. Liz Barnes, Professor, School of Humanities and Communication, Daytona State College,
Dr. Scott Hopkins, Dean of Arts and Letters, Lake-Sumter State College

Using Action Research for Student Math Success Within SB1720
Dr. Bobbi (Roberta) Parrino Cook, QEP Director, Indian River State College, and Lynne Odell, QEP Manager, Indian River State College

ALiCE: Active Shooter Training – Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate (Part 1 of 2)

Linda P Karp, ALiCE Institute Trainer and Jerry Karp, ALiCE Institute Trainer


11:00AM – 12:00PM CONCURRENT SESSION III

ALiCE: Active Shooter Training – Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate (Part 2 of 2)
Linda P Karp, ALiCE Institute Trainer and Jerry Karp, ALiCE Institute Trainer

Get Them Involved! (The Key to Keeping Your Students Focused)
Allen Webber, Professor II, Palm Beach State College

Navigating Diversity: Professors’ Identities and its Impact on Student Engagement
Dr. Kalisha Waldon, Professor II, Palm Beach State College, and Dr. Rhonda Trust-Schwartz, Professor I, Palm Beach State College