Bronx EdTech Showcase 2014

The Bronx CUNY EdTech Showcase, held annually in May, promotes and highlights the innovative uses of technology that have the potential to reach new levels of student engagement leading to improved performance.

The three Bronx City University of New York (CUNY) colleges (Lehman, Bronx CC, and Hostos CC) see this event as a great opportunity for networking, collaborating, sharing technical information, and building upon effective practices within our CUNY Community. The 2014 Bronx EdTech Showcase was hosted by Bronx Community College on May 9th, 2014.

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Proceedings from 2014

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Andragogy vs Pedagogy: Teaching the Adult Learner in an Online Environment, Tonina Aragona

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Game-based Learning (Interactive Demo), Joe Bisz

Camtasia Mania: Using Video in Exemplary Online Course Design, Steve Castellano and Jose Renique

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“Flipped Classroom” for Teaching Business Research in a Business Management Course, Madeline Cohen and Deborah Sanders

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Developing and Facilitating a Successful Hybrid Statistics Course, Ruslan Flek

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Writing-to-Learn Using Social Pedagogy and Technology, Andrea Francis, Rajendra Bhika, and Nicole Maguire

What Bronx Community College Students Can Do!, Monique A. Guishard, Christopher Polidura, Alberto Salcedo, Nicole Steakin, and Jeannette Torres

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Art History Gone Mobile: B.Y.O.D. and Google Art Project, Amy Handfield

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The Use of On-Line Computer adaptive Testing to raise Standardized Test Scores, Edward L. King, Kathleen Ronca, and Nieves Aguilera

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ePortfolios and Our Candidates’ Professional Journeys, Leslie Lieman and Patricia Pena Carty

The connectivity paradox: Students’ use of technology as both help and hindrance, and the challenge of striking a balance., Emalinda McSpadden

Expanding the online math homework system WeBWork to CUNY, Kerry Ojakian and Natalia Novak

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Rap Genius in the Classroom, G.D. Peters

Deciding What to Use: Introducing Pieces of Digital Learning without Overwhelming the Students, Stephen Powers

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Lehman Flips for Clickers, Rena Quinlan and Alyson Vogel

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Application of Narrative Pedagogy to Promote Excellence in the Clinical Setting, Janet Raman

EdTech Innovator Chase: Rewarding Faculty Innovation through badges, Wilfredo Rodriguez, Kate Lyons, and Carlos Guevara

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This is your brain on the iPad, Azizi Seixas and Kate Wolfe

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Interactive Lightning Session: Game-based Learning in Higher Education, Rees Shad, Maura A. Smale, Joe Bisz, and Linda Ridley

Using Clickers to Teach Biology-Based Material in a Developmental Psychology Class, Antonio Varelas

Collaborating Blackboard into Teaching – Case Study, Hsinrong Wei

Podcasting Oral Presentations, Sandra V. Williams