Playing with bottlenecks, workshop session

Joan Middendorf, Tammy Smith, Kate Ellis, Laura Cruz, Daniel Guberman, Susannah McGowan

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    Abstract

    This unconference session will ask all POD attendees (physical and virtual) to identify bottlenecks in our educational development practice and in disciplines. During the session, attendees will hear from nine developers about implementations of this framework to help faculty overcome bottlenecks. Next, we will work with experienced practitioners in small groups to develop an appropriate application for our own campuses. The Decoding the Disciplines framework, starting from the bottlenecks, empowers developers to help experts interrogate their own critical thinking processes and develop strategies for modeling disciplinary expertise in the classroom and as teaching and learning consultants.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 16 Nov 2018
    EventAnnual POD Network Conference 2018: Leading in Times of Change - Portland, United States of America
    Duration: 14 Nov 201818 Nov 2018
    Conference number: 43rd
    https://podnetwork.org/2018-conference-session-materials/

    Conference

    ConferenceAnnual POD Network Conference 2018
    CountryUnited States of America
    CityPortland
    Period14/11/1818/11/18
    Internet address

    Keywords

    • Decoding the Disciplines
    • Higher Education
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Workshop
    • Practitioner
    • Learnibng Consultant
    • Academic Developer
    • Educational Designer
    • Academic
    • Disciplinary Thinking

    Cite this

    Middendorf, J., Smith, T., Ellis, K., Cruz, L., Guberman, D., & McGowan, S. (2018). Playing with bottlenecks, workshop session. Annual POD Network Conference 2018, Portland, United States of America.
    Middendorf, Joan ; Smith, Tammy ; Ellis, Kate ; Cruz, Laura ; Guberman, Daniel ; McGowan, Susannah. / Playing with bottlenecks, workshop session. Annual POD Network Conference 2018, Portland, United States of America.
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    Middendorf J, Smith T, Ellis K, Cruz L, Guberman D, McGowan S. Playing with bottlenecks, workshop session. 2018. Annual POD Network Conference 2018, Portland, United States of America.