AY 2012-2013, AY 2013-2014, AY 2014-2015
Hurley, K. (in press). “A Case Study of Learner and Instructor Perceptions of Flipped Course Design and Interactive Learning Environments.” International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments.
Pavlechko, G. M., Jacobi, K. L. (2014). “Faculty Development: Precursor to Effective Student Engagement in the Higher Education Learning Space” in Learning Spaces in Higher Education, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: Libri Publishing.
Staton, M., Nedbailik, S. R. (2014, December). "An Interactive Approach to Teaching English Composition: Communication, Collaboration, Technology (On the Experience of Participating in an Experiemental Project)." Lifelong Education: XXI Century. The Quarterly Scientific Peer-Reviewed On-line Journal, 4 (8).
Staton, M. (2014, April). “Teaching Writing in the Active Technology –Enhanced Environment.” Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 2 (1).
Zheng, G. (2014). "Turning a Bad Master into a Good Servant--Using Evernote to Engage Students in a Japanese Class." Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference Proceedings, Book 1.
Benko, S., Guise, M. E., Earl, C., Martin, W. (2014, November). “Using Twitter as a Reflective Tool in Teacher Education.” National Council for Teachers of English Annual Convention, Washington, D. C.
Berg, T. (2013, November). “Movement and Space in Honors Humanities Classes.” National Collegiate Honors Council Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Boltz, P. (Spring 2013). “Effective Use of Collaborative Documents in Group Projects.” 2013 Literacy Technology Education Conference, Indiana Department of Education, Indianapolis, IN.
Burden, M., Hodson-Carlton, K. Siktberg, L., Pavlechko, G. M. (2013, November). “Flipping the Classroom: Education Transformation through Partnerships and Technology.” Sigma Theta Tau International 42nd Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, IN.
Clarke, L. (2014, November). “Google Docs, Blackboard, Nearpod, and More: Using Technology to Increase Student Engagement.” 34th Annual International Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Miami University, Oxford, OH.
Dickin, H., Lorch, C., Rufatto, R. (2014, November). “A Multi-Modal Redesign of a Liberal Arts
Math Course.” 40th American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.
Ellery, J. (2013, November). “Learning Community Engagement Strategies through Graduate-level Wellness Management Education.” National Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement, Omaha, NE.
Harwood, P. (2014, February). “Link Space and Pedagogy.” Lilly Conference on College and University
Teaching and Learning, Newport Beach, CA.
Hall K. (2014, June). "Teaching about Early Indian Ocean Urban and Cultural Networking with Focus on Southeast Asia." World History Initiative Workshop, University of Michigan School of Education and International Studies Institute, Ann Arbor, MI.
Hurley, K. (2014, January). “Flipped Out! Challenging Traditional Learning Space.” Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Austin, TX.
Johnson, M., Kenyon, K., Pavlechko, G. (2014, November). "Ball State University: Master Planning for Campus-Wide High Impact Learning." Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) 2014 North Central Regional Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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“Flipped and Interactive: My
Experiences Exploring the Use of Video, Clickers, Active Learning, and an
Interactive Learning Space.” Invited
speaker to MC 6200-Communication Pedagogy,
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.
Largent, D., Pierce, R., Stallings, L., Zimmermann, P. (2013, November). “Classroom Interaction Redefined: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Moving Beyond Traditional Classroom Spaces to Promote Student Engagement.” 33rd Annual International Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Miami University, Oxford, OH.
Lin, R. (2014, November). “Flip it, Flip it Good!” Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages 2014 Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
Lin, R. (2015, February). “Flip it, Flip it Good!” Research on Teaching and Learning Summit, Kennesaw, GA.
Lin, R. (2015, March). “Flip it, Flip it Good!” E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching, Indianapolis, IN.
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“Rethinking Ball State University’s Liberal Arts Math Course.” MathFest, Portland, OR.
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Pavlechko, G. M., Jacobi, K., Jones, J. A. (September 2014). “Enhancing Student Learning through the Interactive Learning Space Initiative.” 2014 Higher Education Institutional Research (HEIR) Network Conference: From Research to Action. Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, United Kingdom.
Pavlechko, G. M., Jacobi, K. (2014, June). “New Learning Spaces: Support Faculty for Improved Learning.” Academic Impressions Webcast.
Pavlechko, G. M., Jacobi-Karna, K., Scott-Webber, L., Strickland, A. (2013, August). “Active Learning Spaces Encourage Interactive Faculty Development.” 2013 National Forum on Active Learning Classrooms, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
Pavlechko, G. M., Edwards, R. E., Jones, J. A., Jacobi-Karna, K. (2013, January). “Creating and Supporting Ball State’s Interactive Learning Spaces (ILS) Initiative.” International Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL) Conference: Exploring Spaces for Learning 2013, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
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Staton, M. (2014, March). “Teaching Writing in Interactive Learning Space Environment.” International Conference on Quality Higher Education, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Zheng, G. (2013, October). “Attempts to Turn a Bad Master into a Good Student—Using Evernote to Engage Students in a First-Year Japanese Class.” 24th Annual Conference of the Central Association of Teachers of Japanese, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.
Zimmermann, P. (2014, April). “Examining Physical Space Difference on Learning in GIS.” Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL.
Faculty Immediacy Behaviors in Traditional Classrooms Versus Interactive Learning Spaces
Melinda Messineo (PI), Sociology
Michael Tagler (Co-PI), Psychological Science
Lynne Stallings (Co-PI), English
James A. Jones (Co-PI), Research and Academic Effectiveness
Gary Pavlechko (Co-PI), Office of Educational Excellence
Kathleen Jacobi (Co-PI), Office of Educational Excellence
Interactive Learning Space Initiative: Effects of the Classroom Environment on Learning and Engagement
Gary Pavlechko (PI), OEE
Interactive Learning Spaces: web>Clicker and i>Clicker in a media:scape Learn Lab
Gary Pavlechko (PI), OEE
Faculty Training for Active Learning: Assessing Pre-Training Experience and Training Outcomes
Michael Holmes (PI), Telecommunications
ILS Faculty Research
The Impact of the ILS Initiative on Faculty Morale and Student Learning Achievement
Deanna Pucciarelli (PI), Family and Consumer Sciences
Jennifer Young (Co-PI), Family and Consumer Sciences
Kathleen Jacobi (Co-PI), Office of Educational Excellence
Interactive Learning Spaces: Collaborative Writing
Marilyn Chalupa (Co PI), ISOM
Melinda Messineo (Co PI), Sociology
Using Interactive Learning Technologies to Design Collaborative Reading Schemas for Low Intermediate ESL Students
Nidia Flis (PI), Intensive English Institute
Effect of Major, an Interactive Learning Space, and Flipped Classroom Pedagogy on Student Satisfaction, Confidence, and Learning
David L. Largent (PI), Computer Science
An Examination and Comparison of Two Approaches to Hybrid Teaching of Non-Majors Biology: Assessing Changes in Student Attitude and Levels of Engagement Based on Learning Styles
Bill Rogers (PI), Biology
Employing Collaborative Technologies in High- and Low-tech Classroom Environments
Tyler Smith, Theatre & Dance
Technology Mentoring: Bridging the Knowledge of Teachers and Digital Natives
Jon Clausen, Educational Studies
Moving in the Right Direction: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives on Student Engagement and Interaction in an Interactive Learning Space
David Largent, Computer Science
Rebecca Pierce, Mathematical Sciences
Lynne Stallings, English
Petra Zimmermann, Geography
Teaching Up-side Down: Radical Collaborative Writing and Individual Responsibility
Juli Thorson, Philosophy and Religious Studies