Teaching & Learning Summit Posters-Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation - Carnegie Mellon University

Poster Session

Showcasing exciting CMU projects and evidence-based approaches. View each high-resolution poster by clicking the title of the poster.

Berardone, Jim

Haqqi, Saman

-CIT, EPP

Educating Engineers to be Innovation Marketers: Applying Learner-Centric Learning and Teaching Principles (pdf)

Brasier, Daniel

Rule, Gordon

-MCS, Biological Sciences

Hershock, Chad

Lovett, Marsha

-Eberly Center

Pairing animations with practice/ feedback improves learning in an online biology module

Carver, Sharon

-DC, Psychology/Children's School

CMU’s Children’s School: A Learning Laboratory Modeling and Refining Research-Based Practices

D'Antonio, Jason

-MCS, Biological Sciences

Flipping A Science Class Leads To Enhanced Learning, Reading and Writing

Dear, Tony

Choset, Howie

-SCS, Robotics Institute

Flipping Undergraduate Robotics and Creating Interactive Online Content

Delahay, Anita

-DC, Psychology

Assessing Prior Knowledge to Support Personalized Instruction

Dwyer, Heather

Kojtek, Lynn

Sanders, Megan

Hershock, Chad

Lovett, Marsha

-Eberly Center

Can you train large numbers of undergrads online to be effective TAs?

Eichmanns Maier, Gabriele

-DC, Modern Languages

Torello, Francesca

-CFA, School of Architecture

Digital Vienna 1900

Gatterbauer, Wolfgang

Ravi, R

-TPR

Inquizitiv: Bootstrapping Virtuous Learning Cycles Gerritsen

Gerritsen, Dave

Zimmerman, John

Ogan, Amy

-SCS, HCII

Supporting class discussion through live notification and personal pedagogical training

Glavan, Mary

Harrell, Jessica

-DC, English

Using Google Drive to Support Collaboration and Process Writing

Harrell, Jessica

-DC, English

Rethinking Assignment Practices in Humanities Courses

Harrell, Mara

-DC, Philosophy

Students Learn Argument Diagramming Better with More Practice

Inventado, Paul Salvador

Scupelli, Peter

-CFA, School of Design

A Data-Driven Design Pattern Methodology to Facilitate Effective Pedagogical Practice in Online Learning Systems

Jakubiak, Brittany

-DC, Psychology

The five-sentence summary: A pre-writing exercise to scaffold empirical writing

Jones, Chris

Youngs, Bonnie

-DC, Modern Languages

French Online

Kaynar, Dilsun

-SCS, Computer Science Deparment

Bier, Norman

-OLI and Core Collaborations

Cortina, Tom

-SCS 

Teaching Principles of Computing with OLI

Keating-Miller, Jennifer

-DC, English

Noubarkhsh, Illah

-SCS, Robotics Institute

Carson, John

-CFA, School of Art

Art, Conflict and Technology in the North of Ireland

Liu, Gang

-DC, Modern Languages

New Visions of China through Documentary Films and Cross-Cultural Peer Learning

Lopez, Antonio-Javier

-MCS, Biological Sciences

Corbett, Albert

MacLaren, Benjamin

-SCS, HCII

Using Clickers to Engage a Group in Collaborative Problem Solving and to Inform Cognitive Tutor Development 

Neuwirth, Chris

-DC, English/HCII

An OLI-based Tutor for Teaching Prose Style 

Olsen, Jennifer

Aleven, Vincent

-SCS, HCII

Rummel, Nikol

Combining Collaborative and Individual Learning with an Intelligent Tutoring System 

Owens, Jessica

Shai, Nitsan

-Academic Development

CMUBalance.org

Owens, Jessica

-Academic Development

Carnegie Mellon's Undergraduate Collaborative Learning Programs 

Reineke, Juliann

-DC, English

Strategies for Graduate Writing Success 

Rivers, Kelly

Koedinger, Ken

-SCS, Human-Computer Interaction

ITAP: The Intelligent Teaching Assistant for Programming

Rohrbach, Stacie

-CFA, School of Design

Ishizaki, Suguru

Werner, Necia

-DC, English

Understanding Students’ Intrinsic Motivations for Engaging with TEL Tools that Teach Visual Communication Skills

Sakr, Majd

Kalvani, Mrigesh

Dashti, Cameron

-SCS, Computer Science

Managing Resource Cost for a Large Online Project-Based Course 

Sakr, Majd

-SCS, CSD

Dwyer, Heather

-Eberly Center

Lovett, Marsha

-DC, Psychology

An Online Course on Academic Integrity for Distance Learning 

Scupelli, Peter

-CFA, School of Design

Brooks, Judy

-Eberly Center

Dexign Futures: a Flipped, Open Learning Initiative Course 

Shanmugaraj, Nisha

Wodzak, Sophie

-DC, English/Vice Provost for Education

The Paraphrasing Spectrum: Using Interactive Videos to Teach Rhetorically-based Source Use

Shashinkant, Tanvi

-MCS, Biological Sciences

Emily, Charleson

-MCS, Chemistry

Weinberg, Zara

Brasier, DJ

-MCS, Biological Sciences

Hershock, Chad

-Eberly Center

Small groups dramatically improve analysis and critical evaluation of biology research 

Sieg, Wilfried

-DC, Philosophy

Sakr, Majd

-SCS, Computer Science

Bier, Norman,

-OLI

Strategically Segmented Problem Solving 

Skibba, Candace

-DC, Modern Languages

Blended Learning in the Foreign Language and Literature Classroom: Technology to Build the Bridge between Language and Content? 

Sooriamurthi, Raja

-DC, Information Systems

Puzzle-based Learning: Introducing Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Subramanian, Shoba

-MCS, Biological Sciences

A Multi-Pronged Approach to Enhance Learning Outcomes In a Diverse Classroom

Sutner, Klaus

-SCS, CSD

Discrete Math Primer 

Vuocolo, Leonard

-MCS, Chemistry

Weiss, Emily Daniels

-Eberly Center

Impact of Exam Wrappers on Improving First-Year Student Learning and Exam Performance in Introductory Chemistry

Walker, Devon

-CIT, Chemical Engineering

Hands-on learning in the classroom with Org-mode

Wallach, Stephanie

-Provost's Office, URO SPEAK UP!

Cross-Disciplinary Communication Skills Seminar for Summer Undergraduate Researchers 

Walsh, Matthew

-DC, Psychology

Successive re-learning: The next frontier in educationally relevant psychology research 

Walsh, Katie

-Eberly Center

Lovett, Marsha

-DC, Psychology

Hershock, Chad

Hamilton, Kate

Sanders, Megan

-Eberly Center

Comparing Full-Semester and Condensed Courses Webler, Bryan CIT, Materials Science & Engineering Weiss, Emily Daniels Eberly Center An Instructional Approach to Improve Student Writing

Webler, Bryan

-CIT, Materials Science & Engineering

Weiss, Emily Daniels

-Eberly Center

An Instructional Approach to Improve Student Writing

Weiss, Emily Daniels

-Eberly Center

Braun, Maggie

-MCS

Hannon, John

-Student Affairs

EUREKA and the MCS Metacurriculum 

Wetzel, Danielle

Werner, Necia

Ishizaki, Suguru

-DC, English

Improving Writing Instruction 

Wu, Sue-mei

-DC, Modern Languages

Technology-enhanced learning for Chinese language, theater performance and culture 

Zapanta, Conrad

-CIT, Biomedical Engineering

Chung, Wayne

-CFA, Design

Dickert, Joanna

-Undergraduate Research Office

Cross-Disciplinary Design Teams