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PCC’s Online Faculty Summit

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We’re just a little over three weeks away from our upcoming summit!

This event requires registration. If you are registered but will not be able to attend for some or all of the day, please let us know so that we can offer your seat to a person on our growing wait list- thank you!

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Online Learning Faculty Summit

  • Friday, May 3, 2019 Cascade Campus
  • 8 AM Registration & breakfast, 1st floor Moriarty Arts and Humanities Building
  • 9 AM – 4:20 PM Keynote, student panel, breakout sessions
  • 4:30 PM – 7 PM Dinner reception and DJ Fun-Fun!
  • Don’t miss our keynote, guests, and faculty and staff facilitating the breakout sessions!

Keynote Speaker – Kari Frisch

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Kari Frisch

eLearning Coordinator and Communication Instructor at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, Minnesota

“Teaching to the first degree equals learning to the infinite!” Kari has been teaching for 18 years, helped develop a grass-roots online course peer review process, and led the Center for Teaching & Learning. Frisch sees educational connections in terms of relatable distances or “degrees” from one’s own place in the world. The further away a concept is from a student’s current experience/knowledge, the less personal it seems and the more steps (degrees) needed for that student to make the connection. Join Kari as we explore personalized approaches and inclusive teaching techniques to elevate the power of both the teaching and learning experience. Come gather methods, examples, and tools for this inspired model leaving you with your own first degree knowledge of how to generate “learning to the infinite.”

Guest- Dr. Kirsten Butcher

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Dr. Kirsten Butcher

Dr. Kirsten Butcher is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah.

Kirsten also directs the Center for the Advancement of Technology in Education (CATE) in the College of Education. Her research interests include use of visual representations and interactive media to support high-level cognitive processes, effective learning outcomes, and positive learner experiences with technology. She teaches a broad array of courses, including technology in the classroom, learning science, human/computer interaction and advanced instructional design. Sessions: Quizzes for Deep Learning followed by an optional hands-on lab session.

Guest- Barry Dahl

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Barry Dahl

Barry Dahl is the Teaching & Learning Advocate at D2L

Prior to joining D2L, Barry worked as an independent contractor and consultant with a focus on e-Learning and educational technology. Prior to that, he served as the Vice President of Technology and Lake Superior Connect e-Campus at Lake Superior College in Duluth, Minnesota where he was the senior administrator in charge of online learning. Sessions: Using Brightspace Tools to Increase Student Engagement and Instructor Presence and 10 Bright Ideas to Make BrightSpace More Accessible.

Guest- Jane Mathers

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Jane Mathers

Jane Mather is a Solutions Engineer at D2L

Jane has worked in digital solutions for higher education for nearly 15 years. Jane has a passion for helping educators understand how and why how to use Brightspace inside and outside the classroom. Session: Using the Rubrics Tool in Brightspace and Going Mobile with Brightspace.

About Monica Marlo

Multimedia Ed-Tech one up for PCC faculty. Immedgineer- Immersive Education Engineer. Multi-disciplinary, a blended use of analog and digital interactive storytelling tools to immerse a learner toward measurable objectives. (eg: 3D virtual ... more »

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