Monday, March 1 • 12:55pm - 1:15pm
Small Group Discussion: Session 1

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Directions for breakout discussion rooms
The session keynote and concurrent talks were selected to stimulate cross-disciplinary thinking. The group discussions following each session are intended to help you:
  • Integrate threads across the various talks
  • Share your own interests and research related to the session theme
  • Consider strategies for addressing the theme within your teaching
  • Make connections to people in other disciplines
  • Conceptualize emerging areas for future research or programming
Group facilitators
We ask that participants engage in respectful dialogue and take care to allow everyone a chance to participate. To facilitate this process, we have identified a number of “facilitators” who will help guide the discussion. If you are in a room without a designated facilitator, please select one based on whoever has a first name starting with the earliest letter in the alphabet (and who has not previously been a facilitator). The facilitator and participants may wish to select from the following prompts as starting points for their discussions.

Potential discussion prompts
What was the most interesting perspective that could be applied to a different discipline?
What can we take from these talks that would advance theory? What were the major research insights?
How might instructors in your discipline (or a different discipline) apply this research in the classroom?
What was a new methodology that could be applied to a different discipline?
Were consistent themes apparent across talks? How did the talks compare or contrast in terms of their approaches and findings?
What other research efforts exist that might help inform this theme?
What are the most pressing areas in need of research related to the session theme?
What challenges and opportunities exist for conducting cross-disciplinary research related to the session theme?

Monday March 1, 2021 12:55pm - 1:15pm CST