Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
12:30 PM - 1:20 PM: Concurrent Sessions
QA by Design: Tools
Building Templates to Improve Faculty and Students Experience, Collaboration, and Engagement
Online engagement, and teaching pedagogy is dependent on your course design, and technology skills. This session will give you tools, templates, and ideas to support faculty in adopting methods that support students, and faculty engagement.
Participants will be able to create and adopt templates to support student engagements
Participants will utilize delivery and design tools to reduce repetitive lower level tasks
Participants will engage in conversation, exchange their experiences regarding the tools/issues
Intended Participants: Role
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People with some experience in the topic, but looking to grow
Maryam Rod Szabo, Assistant Professor of Education, QM Coordinator, Wartburg College
Maryam is an Education Program Consultant, previously she was an Assistant Professor of Education. She has taught K-12 English as a foreign language, higher education online and face-to-face classes of educational technology and design, and online learning and design. Her dissertation and research are focused on faculty development and online technology and pedagogy. She held an instructional designer role, and Quality Matters Coordinator. She currently is a Quality Matters Master Reviewer, Facilitator.
Stephanie TeKippe, Associate Professor of Education, Assistant Dean of Faculty Development, Wartburg College
Stephanie is an associate professor of education, co-chair of the department of education and assistant dean of the faculty development at Wartburg College. She leads faculty professional developments to offer online instructions, and have both her masters and doctoral degree in Instructional Design.