Opportunity Awaits You!

Baker College of Flint & Cass City Faculty, Due 11/30/2015

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Submit a Proposal to Present at the Winter Kick Off, Hi-Tech Happy Hour! Tuesday, December 15, 2015, 5:30-8:30

Innovative Ways You Have Implemented Technology Into Your Classroom


Scope: You are invited to apply. You may work individually or with one other person. You are invited to submit a proposal to present one of the ways you have implemented technology into your classroom. Choose the topic from the list below, or come up with your own.


The venue is our Winter Quarter Kick Off event on Tuesday, December 15th, from 5:30 –8:30 PM, in the E Wing at Baker College of Flint. Please consider topics that have applicability across various disciplines and that demonstrate a creative/innovative approach to using technology in your classroom.

Sample Topics: Ways You Have Integrated Technology in Your Classroom

· Creative/Interesting Ways that You Have Used Any of the Blackboard Professional Expectations

· Announcements

· Discussion Board, Journals, or Blogs

· Grade Center

· Assignment Link

· Using Twitter Back Channel in the Classroom

· Using the Remind 101 app

· Using Smart Phones Productively in the Classroom

· Using your Favorite App

· Using Google Forms

· Using Google Hangouts

· Using Google Docs

· Using Twitter

· Distance Learning

· Using iPads and Tablets

· Ideas for a Flipped Lesson

· Voice-over PPT Presentations

· Clickable Rubrics You Have Used

· Using Prezi

· Using Interesting Graphics in Your Presentations

· Interesting/Creative Ways You Have Used Discussion Board

· Ways to Foster Student Collaboration Using Technology

· Providing Video Feedback on Student Projects and Assignments

· BYOD—Bring Your Own Device

· Great Blackboard Short Cuts

· Using Schematics

· Asynchronous Collaboration Techniques

Due November 30, 2015, Proposal to Present at the Winter Quarter Kick Off. Click the Submit Proposal button below to fill out the submission form.

Proposal instructions

  1. Submit your proposal via the link above.
  2. As you complete the proposal form above, assume that the reader knows little or nothing about your topic. (a) Since these are tips for faculty, write your description as if you are talking to faculty (not to students). (b) Keep in mind, these will also be published for all faculty to read, so provide clear and accurate details, steps, descriptions, etc. (c) The goal is for other faculty to replicate the success you have had in the classroom, so be as precise as you can.
  3. If selected, the description you provide will be uploaded to Google Drive, so participants at the event can access your presentation electronically. Presentations may be shared with other Baker College campuses as well.
  4. Presenters will be stationed at their displays to describe their practice and field visitor questions.