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R2P - Schedule

Friday, September 20, 2013

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Welcome and Keynote

Harmon Hall - Dunseth Auditorium

2:45 pm - 3:35 pm - Concurrent Session 1

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Barnett, Deborah
Chen, Xin
Stephens, Casheena

117

Fad or Future: The Advantages and Challenges of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Henschke, John

200

Reorienting a Traditional Higher Education Institution toward Lifelong Learning

Isenberg, Susan

104

Learning Needs of Adults with Aphasia after Stroke

Stocker, Gary

136

Using A Cohort Learning Model to Improve Learning in Companies and Communities

Weisel, Laura

202

Complex Issues Impacting Persistence and Learning Gains

3:45 pm - 4:35 pm - Roundtable 1

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Cain, Ruby

117

Yikes! Don't Make Me Do Online Group Work!

Hepner, Michael
Kaufman, Jeffery

200

Impact of Professional Development Opportunities on Community College Adjunct Instructor Job Satisfaction

Salter, Robert L.

104

University Corporate Repositioning: A Model for Strategic Linear Alignment

Shepherd, Carol
Ascota-Tello, Enid 

136

Let Me Count the Ways: Differentiated Instruction

5:00 pm - 5:50 pm - Concurrent Session 2

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Henschke, John

202

From History to Practice: How Trust, Reciprocity and Relationships Create the Foundation of Learning

Jones-Clinton, Tonya

234

Principals as Facilitators of Professional Development with Teachers as Adult Learners

Conceicao, Simone
Samuel, Anita
Filz, Jen

117

Issues with the Use of Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) in Adult Education

Fedeli, Monica
Giampaolo, Mario

200

The Use of Learning Contract to Develop A Student-Centered Learning and Improve Participation and Reflection in Italian Academic Classroom

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm – Reception

President's House

Saturday, September 21, 2013

8:00 am - 8:50 am - Concurrent Session 3

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Glowacki-Dudka, Michelle
Gray, Judith
Murray, Jennifer

200

Oral History of Women's Leadership in Action

Fucoloro, Debbie

217

Educators' Perceptions and Reported Behaviors Associated with Participation in Informal, Online Professional Development Networks

Griswold, Wendy
Boguski, Terrie

229

Incorporating Adult Learning Principles in Technical Outreach Services for Communities

Harner, Michael

231

Incidental learning in a Complex Clinical Workplace

Hathaway, Beth
Stein, David
Wanstreet, Constance

233

Improving Learner-led Discussions through Coaching and Feedback: Student Perspectives

9:00 am - 9:50 am - Poster Session

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Baker, John
Smith, Regina

117

A Holistic Program for Black and Brown Males Academic and Psychosocial Success in Higher Education

Kalkbrenner, Erin L.

 

117

Israel, Japan, and Norway: A Comparison of Economics, Politics, and Education by use of a Production Function Analysis of Human Capital

Sherblom, Steve
Wisdom, Sherrie
Weir, Graham

117

Lindenwood Doctoral Program - Dissertation Support

Michalski, Erika

117

Interprofessional Perceptions and Perspectives of 5th Year Pharmacy Students: Do They Change after Collaborative Practice Opportunities?

Risley, Loretta
McKee, Sue

117

Andragogical Methods Applied to Adult Learning Environments: Adult Education for Adult Learners in and out of the Traditional Classroom

Ty, Reynaldo
Alkarzon, Awni

117

The Human Condition, Humor, and Adult Learning: Lessons from Shakespeare for Human Resource Development and Adult Education

Ty, Reynaldo
Alkarzon, Awni

117

Trends and Issues in Higher Education: International Teaching Assistants in Higher Education

10:00 am - 10:50 am - Concurrent Session 4

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Horan, Thomas

250

Reflections of Adult Learner Success: A Rogerian Writing Activity in the Adult Education Writing Curriculum

Isaac-Savage, Paulette
Bryant, Lawrence
Bowman, Lorenzo

117

An Autoethnographical Study of Black SGL Men and Spirituality

Babchuk, Wayne
Brand, Lesa

200

Improving Research-Based Practice through Qualitative Inquiry: A Community-Based Study of Minority Health Care

Isenberg, Susan
Petroff, Kathy
Henschke, John

229

From the Inside Looking Out: Andragogically Building a Doctor of Andragogy Program within the Enterprise of Higher Education

11:00 am - 11:50 am - Concurrent Session 5

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Kahrhoff, Jahna

231

Motivating Adult Learners in Accelerated Online Courses: An Instructional Design Perspective

Leavitt, Lynda
Wisdom, Sherrie

233

A Longitudinal Investigation Measuring the Global Perspective of Undergraduate Students at a Midwest University

Lilley, D. L.

250

Applying Positive Leadership Principles to an Investigation of Organizational Stress in Military Units and the Benefits Associated with Providing Leaders with Emotional Intelligence Social Awareness

Mueller, Carla

117

Higher Education Faculty Mentoring and Job Satisfaction

Wanstreet, Constance
Stein, David

217

Use of Chats in Academic Discourse: A Review of the Literature

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – Lunch

Hyland Performance Arena

1:30 pm - 2:20 pm - Roundtable 2

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Bottenfield, Kip
Starobin, Soko

229

Examining the Construct Validity and Reliability of Student Engagement among Adult Students

Grosso, Tina

231

Maximizing Independence for Older Adults with Developmental Disabilities: A Program Evaluation - The Association on Aging with Developmental Disabilities (AADD)

Smith, Allison

250

What Factors Lead Both First-Year Roommates to Withdraw from their Post-Secondary Institution

Gleinman, Ashley

117

Facing Transitions: Understanding the Military Spouse Learner in Higher Education

Bryant, Joseph D.

200

Toward Improving Self-Determination in Students with Invisible Disabilities Participating in Higher Education, A First Step

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm - Concurrent Session 6

Participant Name Rm# Presentation Title

Risley, Loretta

200

Exploring Congruency between Practice and Scholarship using Contemporary Historical Methodology

Samuel, Anita

217

Creating Inclusive Online Learning Environments: Addressing Microaggressions

Turner, Julie (Jacqueline)

231

Readiness for Self-Directed Learning: Comparison of College-Prep and Vocational Education Public High School Students

Winslow, Cessna

233

An Exploration of Characteristics of Public Relations with Regard to Distance Learning in the Private Liberal Arts Graduate Education Setting

Wisdom, Sherrie
Weir, Graham

250

Achievement of College Athletes: Early Phase Impact of Academic Success Center

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