2019 Professional Development Workshops : Thursday Oct. 24

2019 Professional Development Workshops : Thursday Oct. 24
AECT's Annual International Convention
Las Vegas, Nevada October 21 - October 25, 2019


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  Title:  31-Wa - I-Zap-U-Zap-We-all-Zap: Creating Augmented Reality Artifacts for Instruction and Professional Brand Using Zappar
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: D
 
Description:  This two hour workshop will introduce the participants to a platform for creating an Augmented Reality (AR) app. Our goal is to help participants gain confidence in integrating AR into their professional portfolios. Participants will create their own materials such as resumes or instructional artifacts with the Zappar app.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Sarinporn Chaivisit, Oklahoma State University, Thanh Do, Oklahoma State University, Younglong Kim, Oklahoma State University, Ayodeji Ibukun, Oklahoma State University, Tutaleni Asino, Oklahoma State University,

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  Title:  31-Wb - Invited Workshop - Hands-on: Connected Learning with Microsoft Teams
  Fee: $5.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: E
 
Description:  Microsoft Teams is the digital hub that brings conversations, content, assignments, and apps together in one place. Experience how academics like Dr. Kellermann (watch the video) have used Teams to increase student collaboration and create active student learning communities. You already own Microsoft Teams for Education as itís free for all staff and students, if you donít already have access ask your IT department. For this workshop bring your laptop, tablet, and smartphone with the Teams app installed (see https://teams.microsoft.com/download).
 
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    Presenter(s):  Dominic Williamson, Microsoft,

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  Title:  31-Wc - What is the Future Like? Speculative Methods in Learning, Design, and Technology
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: F
 
Description:  This workshop will involve the introduction and exploration of speculative research methods as they apply to learning, design, and technology. It will include three portions (1) presentation of foundational knowledge, (2) application of knowledge, and (3), a roundtable discussion of learning and application of knowledge beyond our workshop.
 
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    Presenter(s):  George Veletsianos, Royal Roads University, Olga Belikov, Brigham Young University, Nicole Johnson, Open University of Catalonia,

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  Title:  31-Wd - Flip Your PD: Top Tips and Tools For Creating PD Videos
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: G
 
Description:  A Flipped PD approach to professional development provides personalized, just-in-time teacher education that works! Make the most of your PD efforts by learning how to create and integrate powerful flipped PD videos from a nationally recognized educator and instructional designer who will share her favorite strategies and tools.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Nancye Black, Teachers College, Columbia University,

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  Title:  34-Wa - Invited Workshop - Inspiring Phenomenological Research and Educational Practice
  Fee: $10.00   Time: 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: D
 
Description:  In this workshop, attendees will learn about the variant forms of phenomenology (philosophically and methodologically) so that they can become better informed about their methodological choices. Facilitators will support attendees to consider the ways in which phenomenology can support pedagogical sensitivity and insight (van Manen, 2014), especially as it relates to learning, design, and technology. Handouts will be provided to participants in advance via Google Drive and will be used during the workshop.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Keri Valentine, West Virginia University, Mark Vagle, University of Minnesota, Jolie Kennedy, University of Minnesota, Angelica Pazurek, University of Minnesota,

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  Title:  34-Wb - Culturally Responsive Instructional Design in the Online Environment
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: E
 
Description:  Culturally responsive pedagogy and practice facilitates and supports the achievement of all students. In designing online courses for multicultural diversity, designers must both implement instructional design best practices, but also pay special attention to designing course structure, components, and interaction opportunities that attend to the cultural diversity of students. The purpose of this workshop is to promote culturally responsive instructional design in online courses by having participants develop culturally responsive online course materials.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Amy Grincewicz, Kent State University,

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  Title:  34-Wc - Designing Interactive Data Visualizations
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM Thursday, Oct. 24   Room: F
 
Description:  Bring your own topic of interest and use it as a springboard for developing and communicating information using interactive data visualizations. The workshop addresses topic selection, generation of questions for exploration, identification of data sources and preparation as well as best practices. A laptop with internet connectivity will be useful but is not required. We will discuss data visualization tools and take one idea from the class and complete an interactive dashboard.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Cathy Green, Oklahoma State University,

 


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