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Cael D. Zorn, PhD

PRESENTATIONS

Conferences

“The Top Six Reasons Faculty Choose to Teach Online.” 24th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning. Monona Terrace. Madison, Wisconsin, August 7, 2008.

“Rich Media Instruction: The Top Six Reasons Faculty Choose to Teach Online.” Sloan-C International Symposium: Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning, Carefree Resort and Villas, Carefree, AZ, May 8, 2008.

“Going far beyond what is Possible in a Conventional Classroom using Mediasite V-Streaming and Video and Audio Podcasting.” EDUCAUSE 2007 Annual Conference, Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, Washington, October 24, 2007.

“Designing Student-Centered, Highly Interactive, Rich Media Courses Using V-Streaming and Video and Audio Podcasting.” Co-presented with Kelly Parke, Senior Multimedia Designer, York University. Technology Enhanced Learning Conference 2007: Partnership to Enhance Student Engagement, May 2, 2007.

“Going Far Beyond What is Possible in a Conventional Classroom: Designing Student-Centered, Highly Interactive, Rich Media Courses Using V-Streaming with Mediasite and Video and Audio Podcasting.” V-Stream Symposium for Ontario Educators, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, March 22, 2007.
“The Politics of Impostor Feelings in Higher Education.” Canadian Society for Studies in Education Annual Meeting held at the 2006 Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, York University, Toronto, May 30, 2006.

“Enactivism and Education.” Canadian Society for Studies in Education Annual Meeting held at the 2006 Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, York University, Toronto, May 29, 2006.

“Evaluating an Online Rich-Media Course: Developing a Partnership.” Canadian Association for Distance Education Conference, Montreal, Quebec, May 24, 2006.

“Teaching and Learning Critical Skills Online: Lessons Learned and Best Practices.” Technology Enhanced Learning Conference 2006, York University, April 25, 2006.

“Enactivism in Education.” New England Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Framingham, Massachusetts, October 8, 2005.

“Enactivist Ethics & Boler’s Pedagogy of Discomfort.” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Dayton, Ohio, September 30, 2005.

“Teaching and Learning to Prevent the Student Experience of the Impostor Syndrome.” 25th Annual Conference of the Meeting of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education,  Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, June 11, 2005.

“Understanding the Impostor Phenomenon.” Graduate Student Conference on Philosophy and Education, Columbia University, New York, April 2, 2005.

“Unmasking the Impostor Phenomenon.” 3rd Annual International Conference of Education. Honolulu, Hawaii, January 4, 2005.

“Muscling in on Feminist Bodybuilding.”  Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy Conference: Knowing Bodies: Situating, Embedding, Theorizing, McMaster University, October 1999.

“How to Manage Conflict, Anger and Emotion in the Classroom.”  19th Annual Conference of the Meeting of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of Calgary, June 1999.

“Unmasking the Impostor Phenomenon.” Research Conference and International Forum of the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, February 1999.

“Foucault and Baudrilliard Out on a Ledge with the World Wildlife Fund and Environment Canada.”  Annual Meeting of the Ontario Philosophical Society Conference, Brock University, October 1996.

“Hermeneutics and Psychotherapy.” Annual Meeting of the Ontario Philosophical Society Conference, Brock University, October 1993.

“Does the Phenomenological Method Exclude Ethics?”  Meeting of the Trinity College Philosophical Society, University of Toronto, April 1992.

“Heidegger’s Philosophy of Death:  Platitude or Insight?”  Meeting of the Trinity College Philosophical Society, University of Toronto, November 1991.

Keynote Speeches

“Enactive Learning through Application of Advanced Internet Technologies.” Advancing Learning: This is IT 2009! 14th annual conference organized by the Educational Technology Committee which is a sub-committee of the Academic VP's of Colleges Ontario. George Brown College, May 21, 2009.

  Available online:
http://liad.georgebrown.ca/THISISIT/KeyNote/KeyNotes.html

“Unmasking the Impostor Phenomenon.” University of Toronto Life Science Career Day, Medical Sciences Building, University of Toronto, June 21, 2007.

Comments

Commentary on “Educational Lessons from the Iliad” presented by Howard Cannatella & “Here Be Dragons: Exploring Cartography in Educational Theory” presented by Claudia Ruitenberg. Canadian Society for Studies in Education Annual Meeting held at the 2006 Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, York University, Toronto, May 28, 2006.

Commentary on “Value as Noun and Verb: A Criticism of the Metabolism Repair Argument in Environmental Philosophy.”  Meeting of the Ontario Philosophical Society Conference, Brock University, October 1996.

Webinars

“Mature Student Success.” Four-part webinar V-streamed at the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies.

  Available online:
http://www.yorku.ca/zorn/mature_success

“The Top Six Reasons Faculty Teach Online.” Live Webinar webcast from Sonic Foundry, Madison, Wisconsin, December 5, 2007.

  Available online:
http://hosted4.mediasite.com/mediasite/Viewer/?peid=e1d314ee-9516-456f-8ec6-60c6b51cfd95

“Designing Student-Centered, Highly Interactive, Rich Media Courses using V-Streaming and Podcasting.” Live Webinar webcast from Ryerson University, Toronto, April 10, 2007.

  Available online:
http://hosted4.mediasite.com/mediasite/Viewer/?peid=4767db51-78f4-4146-a05e-e5c97ca6ae4b

Invited Lectures/Presentations

“Thinking Critically about Feminist Thought: Argument and Argumentation Skills Applied to Women’s Studies.” Guest Lecture: Undergraduate Course, Women in Today’s World, Instructor: Dr. Frances Latchford, Department of Women’s Studies, York University, Jan. 13, 2011.

“Be Heard: Podcasting in Academia.” Research - Workshop on Social Media: Outreach Visibility and Viability. Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University, Nov. 18, 2010.

“Making Sense of Sense-Making: Enactive Reconfigurations.” Guest Lecture: Graduate Seminar on Philosophy of Emotions, Instructor: Dr. Megan Boler, Department of Theory and Policy Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Oct. 13, 2010.

“Creating Rich-Media, Online Learning Environments that Promote Deep Learning While Educating for Social Change.” Faculty of Nursing, York University, Jan. 20, 2010.

“Creating Rich-Media, Online Learning Environments that Promote Deep Learning While Educating for Social Change.” Centre for the Support of Teaching, York University, Jan. 20, 2010.

“Handling Conflict, Anger and Emotion in the Classroom.” Department of Psychology, York University, Jan. 27, 2010.

“Unmasking the Impostor Phenomenon: The Enactment of Impostor Feelings and
The Politics of Emotional Expression in Higher Education.” Brown Bag Presentation Series. University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, Ontario. Sept. 29, 2009.

“Mature, College and Transfer Students: It’s All About Your Success.” Co-presented with Brian Poser from the Atkinson Centre for Mature and Part Time Students. Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Community Day, May 9, 2009.

“Great Teachers in Action” Teaching Demonstrations by Award Winning Faculty Members. New Faculty Teaching at York Summer Institute 2007, York University, August 7 & 22.

“Creating Rich-Media, Online Learning Environments that Promote Deep and Durable Learning.” College of Pharmacology and Health Sciences, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana, December 7, 2007.

“Course Design Using Technological Innovation.” Co-presented with Kelly Parke, Senior Multimedia Designer, York University. Cape Breton University, Nov. 24, 2006.

“The Impostor Phenomenon: An Introduction.” Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, September 2004, 2005; forthcoming October 19, 2010.

“How to Take Notes in Lectures.”  Colleges’ Orientation Program, York University, September 1998 and 1999.

“Ethics, Technology and the Case of the Barbie Clone.” The Student School, Toronto Board of Education, Secondary School, March 1997.

“A Bird in Hand is Worth Two on the Net.” Inglenook Community School, Toronto Board of Education, Secondary School, January 1997.

“Homer Simpson, Madonna and Transvestites: Nietzsche’s Solution in the Birth of Tragedy Told in Today’s Terms.”  Introduction to Philosophy, Course Director, J. Gonda, March 1996, York University.

“Insider Information on How to Succeed at College and University.” Aurora High School, York Region Board of Education, Secondary School, May 1997.

Poster Session

“Six Ways to Promote Deep and Durable Learning in Rich Media Online Learning Environments.” Campus Technology 2008 Conference. Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston, MA, July 30th, 2008.

Workshops

Brock University - TA Training Workshops
 
“The Impostor Syndrome: What it is, How it Affects Graduate Students, Strategies for Coping and Change.” April 2006; January 2000; March 1999.

“How to Handle Conflict, Anger and Emotions in the Classroom.” January 2000; March 1999.

McGill University
 
“The Impostor Phenomenon: What it is, how it Affects Graduate Students, Strategies for Coping and Change.” Presented to Graduate Students & Counselors, April 25, 2006; March 14, 2007; forthcoming, October 29, 2010

“The Enactment of Impostor Feelings in Higher Education.” Training workshop presented to Career Services and Counseling Centre employees, April 26, 2006.

McMaster University - TA Orientation Day

“The Impostor Phenomenon: What it is, How it Affects Graduate Students, Strategies for Coping and Change.” September 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003.

“How to Manage Conflict, Anger and Emotions in the Classroom.”  September 1999.

York University - Centre for the Support of Teaching

“Running a Successful Tutorial.”  October 1999.

“The Impostor Phenomenon: The Role of the University.” January 1999.

“Preparing a Teaching Dossier.” January 1999.

“Handling Conflict, Anger and Emotion in the Classroom.” October 21, 1997, TA Day 1996, 97, 98, 99, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, October 26, 2009; January 11, 2010.

“The Impostor Phenomenon: What It Is, How It Affects Graduate Students, Strategies for Coping and Change.” January 1997, TA Day September 1997, 98, 99, 2003, 2004, 2005.

“The Impostor Phenomenon for Teaching Assistants.” September 12, 2007; September 25, 2008, October 6, 2009; September 29, 2010.

“Everything that You Always Wanted to Know about becoming a philosophy professor, but were afraid to ask” – An Undergraduate Professional Development Workshop. The Undergraduate Philosophy Association, The Minerva Lecture Series Co-presented with David Jopling, Department of Philosophy, Arts, February 3, 1999.

University of Toronto

“The Impostor Phenomenon: What it is, How it Affects Graduate Students, Strategies for Coping and Change.” Presented as part of the Teaching Assistant Training Program, January 1998.

University of Ontario Institute of Technology

“Handling Conflict, Anger and Emotion in the Classroom.” Forthcoming, March 17, 2011.