Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
3:00 PM - 3:50 PM: Concurrent Sessions
 
Concentration
Celebrating Success
Title
Continued Quality: Honoring Student Voices and Participation in Course Revisions
Description
Facilitators made a decision to go beyond course feedback/evaluations and held a virtual retreat to revise course content in most of the courses in a graduate program using current and former student voices in the process.
Learning Objectives
Learners will discuss with facilitators the critical need for continual course revisions.
Learners interact with students involved in course revisions to gain knowledge about the process.
Learners will interact with revision tools used by students and facilitators.
Intended Participants: Role
Faculty
Instructional Designers
Reviewers
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People new to the topic
 
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Presenter(s):
Victoria Seeger, Associate Professor, Northwest Missouri State University
Dr. Victoria Seeger is an Associate Professor at Northwest Missouri State University in the School of Professional Education. She is Coordinator for the Completion Program at Northwest-Kansas City. Dr. Seeger is on the Executive Board of the Kansas Association of Teachers of English and reviews for The Reading Teacher and Kansas English. Her research interests include collaboration with school settings for field experiences, social studies and literacy content. She lives in Lawrence, KS.
 

Sue Wood, Associate Professor, Northwest Missouri State University
 
Sue Wood is an Associate Professor at Northwest Missouri State University in the School of Education. Dr. Wood coordinates Elementary Education Programs and the graduate program titled Curriculum and Instruction: Engagement, Learning and Achievement. She specializes in curriculum redesign at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She lives in Maryville, MO