Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
4:00 PM - 4:50 PM: Concurrent Sessions
 
Concentration
Celebrating Success
Title
First Order: Respecting and Rescuing the Resistant
Description
Welcome to the Dark Side...we have cookies! During this Star Wars-Themed session, participants will learn and discuss techniques for getting even the most anti-technology faculty members to embrace quality course design.
Learning Objectives
Utilize QM and Universal Design principles in creating professional development for faculty.
Connect faculty and distance learning department personnel in productive and meaningful ways.
Design and implement a faculty mentor program in conjunction with DL departments.
Intended Participants: Role
Faculty
Instructional Designers
Administrators
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People with some experience in the topic, but looking to grow
 
Hashtag:
#ResistResistance
 
Presenter(s):
Jacklyn Pierce, Assistant Professor of English, Lake-Sumter State College
In addition to teaching Composition and Literature classes both in-person and online, Jackie Pierce is the Senior Faculty Mentor for LSSC instructors who want to improve their online classes. She guides fellow faculty members through LSSC's internal quality review process and is the school's Face-to-Face Facilitator for QM's APPQMR. She loves QM and has presented at two previous Connect conferences in 2017 & 2018.
 

Brenda Skoczelas, Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences, Lake-Sumter State College
 
Brenda Skoczelas graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and a Master’s in Physics. Brenda was an Assistant Professor at Ivy Tech Community College before joining Lake-Sumter State College. Brenda has been an eLearning Faculty Mentor at Lake-Sumter State College and has completed 5 Quality Matters courses. She is an APPQMR Face-to-Face Facilitator and Peer Reviewer. Lastly, Brenda was named the 2018 Association for Florida Colleges (AFC) Professor of the Year.

Geni Wright, Director of Online Teaching & Learning, Valencia College