"Teaching Strategies: Beyond Lecturing"
9th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy
The Inn at Virginia Tech and the Skelton Conference Center
Dr. Cave's presentation examined how to revitalize instruction through the integration of active learning strategies that facilitate interaction with students. A hands-on approach will demonstrate teaching techniques that have multiple benefits and are more efficient than a typical lecture for elevating student’s attention and engagement.
“Know thyself: Examining Personal Responses to Controversial Issues.”
Law and Ethics in Counseling Conference 2017
New Orleans, LA
Dr. Tichon and Dr. Theriot co-presented a workshop entitled “Know thyself: Examining Personal Responses to Controversial Issues.”
They attended roundtable discussions, workshops, keynote addresses and poster presentations. Topics included: Duty to Warn; When Beliefs Systems Collide: Ethics of Spirituality; The Influence of Microaggressions on African Americans; Dreams, Freud and Ethics’ Organizational Policy and Decision Making; Between a Rock and A Hard Place: Ethical Dilemmas Working with Minors; Ethical Challenges for LPC’s Working in Public Schools; Racism and Discrimination in First and Second Generation Vietnamese Americans; Counseling Students’ Attitudes toward Suicide; Stigma and Traumatic Growth in People Living with HIV; Ethical, Legal and Practical Considerations when Bartering; The Criticality of Dynamic Learning and Teaching of Professional Counseling Ethics; etc.
Attendees were introduced to Lincoln Memorial University’s History, Legacy, and Growth, both formally and informally, throughout the conference.
The Conference provided extensive coverage of the current state of affairs regarding the conflating of ethics and legal issues within the Counseling Profession.