Friday, October 23rd, 2020
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM: Workshops
 
Concentration
Title
Andraga-What? Principles of Adult Learning Theory and Instructional Design
Description
Most people have heard the term pedagogy, but what the heck is andragogy (and how do you pronounce it?). This workshop covers principles of adult learning theory and instructional design. Topics will include Andragogy, Motivation and Learning, ADDIE, Learning Objectives, Script Writing/Story-boarding, Engagement, Universal Design for Learning, and Accessibility. It will be broken into four modules which will include a short overview of the topic, Kahoot quiz, and a 30-minute hands-on exercise.
Learning Objectives
Define andragogy and differentiate it from pedagogy.
Develop measurable learning objectives and a storyboard for a learning artifact.
Describe Universal Design for Learning and create accessible learning artifacts.
Intended Participants: Role
Instructional Designers
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
 
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Presenter(s):
Melissa Kaufman, Director of Academic Innovation, Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University
Melissa Kaufman is the Director of Academic Innovation for the Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University (DSPH). There she oversees the schools online program working with faculty to develop online courses and programs. She also works closely with the Curriculum and Assessment committee on curriculum development and program/course assessment and accreditation. Ms. Kaufman also supports the Center for Public Health Practice, a partner of the Mid Atlantic Regional Public Health Training center (MAR-PHTC) to design online trainings for public health professionals. Ms. Kaufman received her MS in Human Resource Development with an Instructional Design and eLearning concentration in 2016. She is currently enrolled in the EdD Educational Leadership and Management program at Drexel’s School of Education. Ms. Kaufman came to DSPH in 2013. Upon the completion of her Masters, she was hired to do Instructional Design for the school. In 2017 she was promoted to Director of Online Learning, helping to develop the school’s first fully online Masters degree. In the fall of 2019, she was promoted to Director of Academic Innovation. Ms. Kaufman has presented at numerous conferences (including several with QM). •2020 Quality Matters Regional Conference, New York City, If we build it will they come: A faculty development for online learning incentive program [Accepted April 2020] •2020 Quality Matters Regional Conference, New York City, The Online Students are Coming! Re-Imagining Support Services for Online Student Success (Accepted April 2020) •2020 NERCOMP Conference, Providence RI, Poster Session: Faculty development for online learning incentive program. (March 2020) Selected, cancelled due to COVID-19 •2019 Quality Matters National Conference, Grapevine, TX: If we build it will they come: A faculty development for online learning incentive program (October 2019) •2018 Quality Matters National Conference, St. Louis, MO: Herding Cats: Online Course •Development Policy (October 2018) •2018 Quality Matters Regional Conference, Towson, MD: Dipping our Toe into Multi-Media: A Faculty and Instructional Design Collaboration Success Story (March 2018) •2017 Quality Matters National Conference, Fort Worth, TX: Getting Faculty to Say "I Do" - Engaging Faculty in Quality Online Course Development (September 2017) •2017 Quality Matters Regional Conference, New York City: Aligning Course Design and Faculty Development with Middle State's 9 Hallmarks of Quality (April 2017) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-kaufman-b05aa812