Presentation

Academic

  • "Characteristics of Uterine Circulation and Implications for Intrapartal Nursing,"  Biological Research and Nurse Clinicians Seminar, May 5, 1972, University of Illinois College of Nursing.   (05/1972)
  • Rice, G., “Right-Side-Up Learning: Starting and Stopping the Lecture,” poster presentation at the conference of the American Academy of Medical Colleges, November 5, 2010, Washington DC.   (11/2010)
  • Rice, G, Faculty Using Games and Simulations in Medical Education, USC Medical innovations in Medical Education annual conference, Pasadena, California, March 15, 2009. (03/2009)
  • Rice, R, End of Life Care: The body as Symbol of the person, Corpo, Salute Eidentita Personale, Florence, Italy, May 9,2009 (05/2009)
  • Rice, G., Teaching for Excellent Learning : Using Games in the Higher Education Classroom, Lilly Conference on Higher Education, Travers City, Michigan, September 25, 2009. (09/2009)
  • Rice, G. Taft College Faculty Colloquia, Taft, California, January 6, 7, 2010  Brain-based Learning  Magical Teaching  Clinical Teaching and Assessment ( with Shirley Lee) (01/2010)
  • Rice, G., Discussion Teaching: Using Cases, LLU Faculty Development Showcase Week, February 2, 2010. (02/2010)
  • Rice, G., " Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Innovations in Medical Education: Transforming Health Professions Education through Innovation,"  USC Keck School of Medicine, Pasadena, California, March 14, 2010. (03/2010)
  • Rice, G., "Right-Side-Up Learning," Harvard Macy Scholar Project, May 9, 2010, Boston, Massachusetts (05/2010)
  • Rice, G., “Right-Side-Up Learning: Starting and Stopping the Lecture,” Harvard Macy Scholar Program, May 16, 2011, Boston, Massachusetts.   (05/2011)
  • Rice, G. Taft College Faculty Colloquia, Taft, California, January 12, 13, 2009   " Team based Learning "   " Assessment and Evaluation in Learning "   " Improving the Lecture "   " Clinical Teaching and Assessment " (01/2009)
  • Rice, G., “Set and Closure: Lecture Essentials,” (invited presentation) Harvard Macy Scholar Program, January 6, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts.   (01/2012)
  • Rice, G., Daily, R., and Rogers, T., “Formative Dialogues: Peer-Coaching for Improved Instruction,” LLU Faculty Development Showcase Week, Feb. 22, 2012.   (02/2012)
  • Rice, G., “Kindergarten for Medical Educators: Brain-Based Learning” (invited presentation) USC Keck School of Medicine Innovations in Medical Education Conference, February 26, 2012, Pasadena, California.   (02/2012)
  • Rice, G., “Neurobiology and Medical Education” Harvard Macy Scholar Program, May 4, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts.   (05/2012)
  • Rice, G., and Oberg, K., “Team-Based Learning for Medical Education,” UTSA, San Antonio, School of Medicine, invited presentation, Master Teachers Induction, May 10, 2012. (05/2012 - 04/2012)
  • Rice, G., “ Transformative Teaching and Learning,” LLU School of Pharmacy Faculty Seminars, July 9-13, 2012. (07/2012 - 07/2011)
  • Rice, G., “Transforming Students through Transforming Teaching,” LLU Psychiatry Medicine Residency Program, July 18, 25, August 1, 8, 2012.   (08/2012)
  • Rice, G, Teaching for Excellent Learning: Team Based Learning Groups, Lilly West Conference on Higher Education, Claremont, California, March 20-21, 2009 (03/2009)
  • Carr, L, Rice, G, " Faculty Learning Communities in Medical Education." USC Medical Innovations in Medical Education annual conference, Pasadena, California, March 8-9, 2008. (03/2008)
  • Rice G and Fisher D., “Improving Retention in Large Group Teaching: 3 Sure-Fire Tips for Learning That Sticks”, Invited Workshop for USC Innovations in Medical Education Annual Conference, Los Angeles, California, February 24, 2013.   (02/2013)
  • Rice, G., Right Side Up Learning, Southern California Faculty Development Learning Community, October 13, 2006, Claremont, California. (10/2006)
  • Rice, G.  Magical Moments: New Ways to Illustrate Key Learning Points, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Annual Conference,  October 14-18, 2003. (ISETL presentations are juried, double-blind). (10/2003)
  • Rice, G. “Right-Side-Up Learning,”  Innovations in Medical Education Conference, hosted by Keck School of Medicine, USC, Pasadena Hilton, February 29, 2004.   (02/2004)
  • Rice, G. “Right-Side-Up Learning: Awakening Inquiry in Higher Education” ConvencionDe Profesores Universitarios Adventistas, Montemorelos, Mexico, June 7, 2004. (06/2004)
  • Rice, G. "Essential Elements in Student and Patient Teaching." International Society for Enhancing Teaching and Learning. Cocoa Beach, Florida (10/2005)
  • Rice, G. "Ten Top Reasons to Change Curriculum When You DOn't Have To." LLU Educational Conference and Faire. Loma Linda University (01/2006)
  • Rice, G., Modeste, N., Ray, T. "Formative Dialogues in Teaching." LLU Education Conference and Faire 2006. Loma Linda University (01/2006)
  • Rice, G. "Right Side Up Learning." Innovations in Medical Education Conference. Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Pasadena, CA (03/2006)
  • Rice, G., Dominos and Teaching, Southern California Faculty Development Learning Community, October 13, 2006, Claremont, California. (10/2006)
  • Carr, L, Richlin, L.,  Rice, G, " Faculty Learning Communities in Medical Education, Education Conference and Faire 2008: Creating Effective Learning Environments, Feb 18, 2008. (02/2008)
  • Rice, G., Nick, D., Anderson, L., Formative Dialogues in Teaching : Reflective Practice on the Scholarship of Teaching, International Society for Enhancing Teaching and Learning, accepted double-blind, peer- reviewed, October 19, 2006, Palm Springs, California. (10/2006)
  • Carr, L., Rice, G., et al., Faculty Learning Communities, American Association of Medical Colleges, Group on Faculty Affairs Professional Development Conference, January 26-29, 2007, San Diego, CA. (01/2007)
  • Rice, G. Formative Dialogues in Teaching. Lilly West Conference on Teaching and Learning. Claremont, California, March 15, 2007. (03/2007)
  • Rice, G., Applying Educational Psychology to the Worship Service : Motivating your Parishioners, Worship Leaders Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, March, 2007. (03/2007)
  • Rice, G. Accelerating Learning and Reducing Lecturing, Innovations in Medical Education : Transforming Health Proffession''s Education Through Innovation, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Sourthern California, March 4, 2007, Pasadena, California. (03/2007)
  • Rice, G and Krotez, A., Are We Having Fun Yet? Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Annual Conference, April 19, 2007, San Jose, California. (04/2007)
  • Rice, G., Modeste, N., Nick, D., Formative Dialogues in Teaching, Education Conference and Faire 2008: Creating Effective Learning Environments, Feb 18, 2008. (02/2008)
  • Rice, G., “Transformative Teaching and Learning,” LLU Nursing Staff Development, August 24, 2012.   (08/2012)
  • Rice, G., and Colbern, E., Improving Retention through Repetition” Harvard Macy Institute Workshop for Health Educational Professions, May., 2013, Boston, Massachusetts. (05/2013)
  • Rice, G. Learning Teams: Success with Small Groups in Higher Education, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Annual Conference,  October 14-18, 2001. (ISETL proposals are juried, double-blind).   (10/2001)
  • Rice, G., Pausing Teaching for Learning, Loma Linda University Basic Science Faculty Development Seminar (by video, due to surgery), April 29, 2018.   (04/2018)
  • Rice, G., Hitting Pause: Rejuvenate your Classroom: Faculty Colloquium, Plenary Address, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, August 5, 2017.   (08/2017)
  • Rice, G., Formative Dialogues: Rejuvenate your Faculty, Faculty Colloquium, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, August 5, 2017. (08/2017)
  • Rice, G., Hit Pause to Rescue Learning, LLU Faculty Development Showcase: The Science of Learning, Loma Linda, CA, 2/8/18.   (02/2018)
  • Rice, G. Best Practices from Loma Linda University, Lilly Conference West, Anaheim, California, 2/22/18.   (02/2018)
  • Rice, G .Fisher, D., Hit Pause for Learning, Innovations in Medical Education, University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA., 2/23/18.   (02/2018)
  • Rice, G. and Fisher, D., Pause Teaching for Learning, Lilly Conference for Higher Education, Anaheim, CA, 2/23/18.   (02/2018)
  • Rice, G., and Crabtree, J., Keeping the Man in Your Life Happy and Healthy, Loma Linda University Women’s Wellness Conference, Riverside, CA, April 13, 2018   (04/2018)
  • Rice, G., Pause Teaching for Learning: Hit Pause, Harvard Macy Institute, Boston, Massachusetts (by video, due to surgery) May 14, 2018.   (05/2018)
  • Rice, G., Hit Pause for Learning, Andrews University Colloquium, August 17, 2017.   (08/2017)
  • Rice, G., Testing that Accurately Measures Learning, LLU, School of Nursing Fall Colloquium Plenary, September 17. 2018. (09/2018)
  • Rice, G., “Stop Teaching for Learning”, May 13, 2019, Harvard Macy Institute for Health Professional Education, Boston, MA. (05/2019)
  • Rice, G., “Enlivening Lectures with Pauses: Reenergize, Refocus, Engage, Excite,” Teaching Professor Conference, New Orleans, LA, June 8, 2019. (06/2019)
  • Rice, G., “Stop Teaching for Learning”, Liberty University, School of Medicine Retreat, Lynchburg, Virginia, 9-12 am, October 16, 2019. (10/2019)
  • Rice, G., “Pausing Teaching for Learning,” Redlands Junior Academy, faculty workshop, December 10, 2019. (12/2019)
  • Rice, G. Hitting Pause,” Harvard Macy Institute, Boston, MA, May 14, 2020. (05/2020)
  • Rice, G. Lilly Conference for Teaching and Learning, Bethesda, MD, May 29, 2020 (05/2020)
  • Rice, G., Formative Dialogues: Peer Coaching for a Difference, August 17, 2017   (08/2017)
  • Rice, G., Lilly Conference West, Corona Del Mar, CA. February 2017 (05/2017)
  • Rice, G., and Colbern, E., Improving Retention through Repetition” Harvard Macy Institute Workshop for Health Educational Professions, May., 2014, Boston, Massachusetts.   (05/2014)
  • Rice, G. and Booker, N., “Micro Teaching Fishbowl,” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, November 2.   (11/2015)
  • Rice, G., and Johnson, E., “Student Success:  Practical Strategies to Increase Motivation, Engagement, and Learning,” Faculty Colloquium for Evergreen Valley College, August 29, 2014, San Jose, California.   (08/2014)
  • Fisher, Dixie, Anita Richards, and Gail Rice, ”Getting Your Cool Idea Off the Ground,” USC Keck School of Medicine, Innovations in Medical Education Conference, February 22, 2015. (02/2015)
  • Rice, G., and Colbern, E., “Improving Retention through Repetition” Harvard Macy Institute Workshop for Health Educational Professions, May., 2015, Boston, Massachusetts. (05/2015)
  • Rice, G.,  “Grabbing and Holding Learner Attention: The Myth of Multitasking,” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, July 6, 2015. (07/2015)
  • Rice, G. and Slockett, D., “Engaging the Online Learner,” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, August 3, 2015. (08/2015)
  • Rice, G.,  “Discussion/Case-Based Teaching,” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, September 21, 2015.   (09/2015)
  • Rice, G., “Micro-Teaching¸” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, October 8, 2015.   (10/2015)
  • Rice, G. “Formative Dialogues Certification Workshop,” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, January 25, 2016 (01/2016)
  • Rice, G., and Corbett, E., Pause Teaching for Learning, Harvard Macy Program for Health Professional Educators, Boston, MA., May 5, 2017 (05/2017)
  • Rice, G.,  “Loma Linda University Best Practices in Education,” Lilly Conference WestEvidence Based Teaching, and Learning, February 18, 2016, Newport Beach, California (02/2016)
  • Rice, G., and Fisher, D., Turning Teaching Innovations into Scholarship, USC Innovations in Medical Education, February 19, 2016, Los Angeles, CA.   (02/2016)
  • Rice, G. “Hit Pause: Stop Teaching for Learning” Harvard Macy Institute, Program for Health Educational Professionals, May 17, 2017, Boston Massachusetts.   (05/2016 - 05/2017)
  • Rice, G., and E Corbett, “Grabbing and Holding Learner Attention: The Importance of Pausing,” Harvard Macy Institute for Health Professional Educators, May 16, 2016, Boston, Massachusetts.   (05/2016)
  • Rice, G., Repetition and Learning, Harvard Macy Program for Health Professional Education, Boston, MA.,  May 17, 2016   (05/2016)
  • Rice, G. and Heine, N., “OSCEs and Simulation Learning for Health Professional Students,” Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, November 30, 2016. (11/2016)
  • Rice, G. “Transformational Teaching and Learning: Pausing Teaching for Learning, Loma Linda University School of Public Health, Graduate Student Seminar,  May 23, 2017.   (05/2017)
  • Rice, G, Beardsley, L. Cao, J Developing Case-Based Multiple-Choice Questions, Innovations in Medical Education Conference, hosted by Keck School of Medicine, USC, Omni Hotel, Los Angeles, February 28, 2003.   (02/2003)
  • Rice, G. "Are We Having Fun Yet? The Role of Enjoyment and Humor in Higher Education", International Society for Exploring Teaching & Learning, Annual Conference, Huntington Beach, California, October 14-18, 2000. (ISETA presentations are juried, double-blind).   (10/2000)
  • "Prenatal Nutrition,"  Nurse's Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology Seminar -- "Towards Parenthood,"  October 23, 1973, Hinsdale, Illinois. (10/1973)
  • "Certification and Perinatal Health Professionals," with Janene Jenkins, RN, National Perinatal Association, annual meeting, San Diego, California, November 17, 1994.  (11/1992)
  • "Marketing Research for Health Educators," Loma Linda University School of Public Health Nutrition and Dietetics Seminar, July 1991.   (07/1991)
  • "Research Update on Neonatal Sensation and Brain Activity,"  Honors Seminar, La Sierra University, October 1, 1991and January 9, 1992. (10/1991 - 01/1992)
  • "New Findings Regarding Strengths and Weaknesses of the Adventist Educational System", Loma Linda University Sabbath School, April 9, 1992.   (04/1992)
  • "New Findings Regarding Strengths and Weaknesses of the Adventist Educational System", Loma Linda University Sabbath School, April 9, 1992.   (04/1992)
  • "Valuegenesis:  Educational and Cultural Findings," Lynwood Adventist Convocation,  April 16, 1992. (04/1992)
  • "Valuegenesis: Questing for Maturity and Commitment," and "Applications of Research Findings to Teaching in Christian Institutions of Higher Education,"  International Faith and Learning Seminar, Institute for Christian Teaching, Lincoln, Nebraska, June 14-26, 1992.   (06/1992)
  • "Adventist Education:  Valuegenesis Findings as to the Needs of Adventist Youth", Mini-camp meeting for Redwood Junior Academy Constituent Churches, Santa Rosa, California, November 14, 1992.   (11/1992)
  • "Childbirth Education: An Update," Loma Linda University School of Public Health Dean's Seminar, May 25, 1993.   (05/1993)
  • "Valuegenesis:  Crisis for Seventh-day Adventist Schools," Education Design Conference 3, Glendale, California, April 27, 1991.   (04/1991)
  • "Communication in the Health Professions,"  La Sierra University, Departments of English and Communication, Seminar, October 14, 1993.   (10/1993)
  • "Relationship Between Personality Characteristics and Reactions to Birth and New Parenting Experiences: Research Report for 1992 Virginia Larsen Grant,"  paper accepted to be read at the International Childbirth Education Association's International Conference, Fall 1993.  This project received the Virginia Larson 1992 Research Grant (10/1993)
  • "Correlation Between Youth Faith Maturity and Selected Belonging Variables from Valuegenesis Research" Loma Linda University Sabbath School, January 8, 1994.   (01/1994)
  • "Correlation Between Youth Faith Maturity and Selected Belonging Variables from Valuegenesis Research" La Sierra University Destination Sabbath School, January 15, 1994. (01/1994)
  • "Adolescent Health Risk Factors," Loma Linda University Alumni Postgraduate Convention, Healthy People '94, with Dr. Jerry Lee, March 9, 1994.   (03/1994)
  • "Abortion:  The Dilemma and the Challenge,"  La Sierra University student chapel service (colloquim., La Sierra University Church, April 26, 1994. (deferred to 1995)   (04/1994)
  • "Dynamics of Family Worship and Youth Outcomes," Youth Ministry Colloquim., John Hancock Center, La Sierra University, July 19, 1994.   (07/1994)
  • "Implementing Research Findings for College Teachers in Adventist Schools," Pacific Union College Faculty Retreat, Angwin, California, April 6, 1991.   (04/1991)
  • "Planning For Marketing Research", Modesto Adventist Academy, Marketing Advisory Council, February 22, 1991.   (02/1991)
  • "Using Simulation Exercises in the College Classroom," International Society for Evaluating Teaching Alternatives, annual meeting, October 14, 1994, Tempe, Arizona, (juried acceptance).   (10/1994)
  • "Marketing Educational Services as Childbirth Educators," Keynote address, Childbirth Institute, September 30, 1988, Hemet, CA. (09/1988)
  • "Construction of Questionnaires and Interview Guides for Research Purposes,"  October 17 and 24, 1983, Loma Linda University School of Education, Department of Administration and Leadership. (10/1983)
  • "Improving Communication Skills:  Listening and Nonverbal Communication," November 28 and December 5, 1983, Loma Linda University School of Education, Department of Administration and Leadership.   (11/1983 - 12/1983)
  • "Supervision of Instruction," February 3 -7 , 1985, Canadian Union College Educational Advisory and Academy Principals Colloquium.   (02/1985)
  • "Stress, Burnout, and Time Management for Educators," July 8 - 12, 1985 and July 26 - 30, 1990, Loma Linda University.   (07/1985)
  • "Research in Education - Survey Methods,"  Northern California Conference Educational Superintendents and Leaders, February 1987, Lodi, California.   (02/1987)
  • "Education for Cesarean Birth," National Harris Conference for Physicians and Educators, 1987, Las Vegas, Nevada.   (10/1987)
  • "Education for Cesarean Birth," National Harris Conference for Physicians and Educators, 1987, Las Vegas, Nevada.   (10/1987)
  • "Marketing Christian Education," Loma Linda University, July 1988, July 1989, One-week Workshop.   (07/1989)
  • "Marketing Educational Services", Modesto Adventist Academy Board of Directors, February 21, 1991. (02/1991)
  • "Marketing Christian Education," Loma Linda University, July 1988, July 1989, One-week Workshop.   (07/1989)
  • "Adult Learning and Discussion Techniques in the Sabbath School,"  La Sierra Seventh-day Adventist Collegiate Church, Fall, 1989 and Spring, 1990.   (10/1989 - 10/1990)
  • "Peer Coaching:  Supervision of Instruction," Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Faculty Development Seminar, 10 meetings, Spring, 1989.   (10/1989)
  • "Why Lecture? Play Games Instead:  Simulation Games in the Classroom," October 26, 1990, California Association of Private School Organizations Convention, Anaheim, California. (10/1990)
  • "The Relationship Between Cognitive Style, Critical Thinking, and Moral Reasoning Among Adolescents,"  California Educational Research Association, November 1990, Santa Barbara, CA.  (11/1990)
  • "Family Worship in American Adventist Homes," Costa Rica Seventh-day Adventist University, January 7, 1991.   (01/1991)
  • "Marketing Educational Services", Modesto Adventist Academy Board of Directors, February 21, 1991. (02/1991)
  • "Communication Skills for Health Professionals" Riverside County Department of Public Health, Riverside, California, July 19, 1994.   (07/1994)
  • "Pain Management in the Neonate," with Neil Kissinger, RN, MA, and James Fischer, MD, National Perinatal Association, annual meeting, San Diego, California, November 17, 1994.   (11/1994)
  • Rice, G. "Are We Having Fun Yet? The Role of Enjoyment and Humor in Higher Education", Education Faire and Conference 2000: Excellence in Education for the New Century. Loma Linda University, January 20, 2000.   (01/2000)
  • Set and Closure: Teaching Process Essentials, eXcite ’99, August 7, 1998, La Sierra University, Riverside, California. (08/1998)
  • Set and Closure:  Improving Lectures with Appropriate Beginnings and Endings, LLU Education Faire, Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, May 14, 1998. (05/1998)
  • Improving Clinical Education: Exploring New Paradigms for Clinical Teaching, Supervising, Teaching, Learning: A New Paradigm for Fieldwork Educators, Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, LLU, June 24, 1998.   (06/1998)
  • Improving Clinical Education: From Teaching to Learning Supervising, Teaching, Learning: A New Paradigm for Fieldwork Educators, Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, LLU, June 24, 1998.   (06/1998)
  • Improving Clinical Education: Teaching Patterns and Styles Supervising, Teaching, Learning: A New Paradigm for Fieldwork Educators, Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, LLU, June 24, 1998 (06/1998)
  • Improving Clinical Education: Adult Learners / Motivating Students Supervising, Teaching, Learning: A New Paradigm for Fieldwork Educators, Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, LLU, June 24, 1998.   (06/1998)
  • Understanding Adult Learners and Generation X:  Improving Teaching Performance, LLU School of Allied Health Professions, Faculty Development Seminar, June 25, 1998. (06/1998)
  • Teaching Adults:  Essentials, eXcite ’99, August 7, 1998, La Sierra University, Riverside, California.   (08/1998)
  • Are We Having Fun Yet? The Role of Enjoyment in Learning.  Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching – West.,  5 March 1999.  Lake Arrowhead, California (03/1999)
  • Affective Education: Becoming Old in Gerontology Class, with Desmyrna Taylor, Lilly Regional  Conference.,  Lake Arrowhead, California, March 6, 1998   (03/1998)
  • Distance Learning in the Allied Health Classroom, with Liane Hewitt  Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching – West.,  5-7 March 1999.  Lake Arrowhead, California  (03/1999)
  • The Use of Interdisciplinary Portfolio Courses to Assess a School of Allied Health’s Mission and Goals.   With Malinowski C. Alipoon L. Donesky D.  Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching – West.,  5-7 March 1999.  Lake Arrowhead, California (03/1999)
  • Essentials of Good Teaching.  Loma Linda University Faculty Development Seminar, Faculty of Religion, April 1, 1999.   (04/1999)
  • Are We Having Fun Yet? Enjoying Fieldwork Education. Loma Linda University 1999 Fieldwork Education Forum, June 23, 1999   (06/1999)
  • Baker, SM, Hopp-Marshak, H, Rice, GT, Zimmerman, G. “Patient Participation in Physical Therapy Goal-Setting”, Research poster presentation,  Physical Therapy, June 1999. (06/1999)
  • Rice, R., Carr, M., Rice, G., "Critical Thinking in the Higher Education Classroom." Education Faire and Conference 2000: Excellence in Education for the New Century. Loma Linda University, January 20, 2000.   (01/2000)
  • Baker, SM, Hopp-Marshak, H, Rice, GT, Zimmerman, G. “Patient Participation in Physical Therapy Goal-Setting”, Research poster presentation, Education Faire and Conference 2000: Excellence in Education for the New Century. Loma Linda University, January 20, 2000.   (01/2000)
  • Evaluating Student Performance:  Objective Structured Clinical Examinations, with Nancy Heine, Lilly Regional Conference, Lake Arrowhead, California, March 8, 1998. (03/1998)
  • Improving Lectures with AudioVisual Aids, LLUSD, Faculty Development Seminar, January 19, 1998.   (01/1998)
  • "Making Magic in the Classroom,"  Nursing Staff Development, LLUMC, January 17, 1995. (01/1995)
  • “Domestic Violence in Pregnancy” Inland Empire Perinatal Advisory Council, Bishop, CA, December 1995. (12/1995)
  • “Active Learning Strategies for Higher Education: Simulation Activities”, accepted for July 1995 presentation at Improving University Teaching International Congress, Hong Kong.     (I did not receive university assistance with expenses for this congress., and was unable to present)   (07/1995)
  • "Personality Factors, Pregnancy, Birth, and Parenting"  Keynote Address, International Childbirth Education Association Annual Meeting,  Phoenix, Arizona,  July 21, 1995.   (07/1995)
  • "Battering in Pregnancy: Crime Against the Future"  International Childbirth Education Association Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, July 21, 1995.   (07/1995)
  • "Making Magic in the Childbirth Classroom," Parts I and II, International Childbirth Education Association Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 1995.   (07/1995)
  • "Active Learning in the Classroom,"  Seminar for faculty development, Columbia Union College, Washington, D.C.,  August 1995.   (08/1995)
  • "Personality and Birthing: Research Report, Virginia Larsen International Childbirth Education Association Report,"  Association for Psychoprophylaxis in Obstetrics--ASPO/Lamaze, annual meeting, Washington, D.C., August 1995.   (08/1995)
  • "Active Learning Strategies for Higher Education:  Simulation Activities"  International Society for Evaluating Teaching Alternatives, annual meeting, October 1995, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.   (10/1995)
  • Critical Thinking in Higher Education Classrooms,” with Richard Rice, Patten College, Oakland, California, April 24, 1996.   (04/1996)
  • Metaphors for Higher Education Faculty, International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives, Annual Conference, October 15-19, 1997, New Brunswick, Canada. (10/1997)
  • “Learner Readiness and Educator Effectiveness in Early Perinatal Discharge,” Inland Empire Perinatal Advisory Council Conference, July 18, 1996. (07/1996)
  • Increasing Learning with Color Visuals,” with Richard Rice, International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives,” annual conference, October 7, 1996, Columbus, Ohio. (10/1996)
  • Improving Lectures with AudioVisual Aids, LLUSD, Faculty Development Seminar, January 19, 1997.   (01/1997)
  • Applying Technology to the Higher Education Classroom” Oakwood College Fall Faculty Colloquim., Huntsville, Alabama, August 13, 14, 1997.  (substitute for illness)   (08/1997)
  • Writing High Quality  Multiple Choice Questions, with Dr. Len Werner, LLUSM, Faculty Development Seminar, September 18, 1997.   (09/1997)
  • Certifying Examination Construction, NCHEC, Inc. September 3-7, 1997, Washington, D.C. (09/1997)
  • Writing for Professional Journals, Board, Journal of Perinatal Education, ASPO National Meeting, September 11-14, 1997, Orlando, Florida.   (09/1997)

Poster

  •  Rice, G., "Right-Side-Up Learning: Starting and Stopping the Lecture," poster presentation at the conference of the American Academy of Medical Colleges, November 5, 2010, Washington, D.C. (11/2010 - 11/2011)