2019 Professional Development Workshops : Tuesday Oct. 22

2019 Professional Development Workshops : Tuesday Oct. 22
AECT's Annual International Convention
Las Vegas, Nevada October 21 - October 25, 2019


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  Title:  11-Wa - Learning Analytics: Data wrangling and Visualization
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 3:50 PM Tuesday, Oct. 22   Room: D
 
Description:  The purpose of this workshop is to provide attendees with a walkthrough of data wrangling using R and data visualization using R and Tableau for learning analytics purposes. After the workshop, attendees will walk away with basic skills of data wrangling and visualization with R and Tableau. Scalfolding techniques will be employed to make sure that learners are comfortable to apply the skills introduced during the workshop to handle a real and complicated dataset.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Minh Pham, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA,

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  Title:  11-Wb - Invited Workshop - A View from the Trenches: Trends and Happenings in the Corporate Learning Space
  Fee: $10.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 3:50 PM Tuesday, Oct. 22   Room: E
 
Description:  Join Cammy Bean as she talk through her view of the eLearning industry. What are some of the shiny objects and hot trends that corporate learning departments are after? What about technology platforms and tools?
 
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    Presenter(s):  Cammy Bean, Kineo,

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  Title:  11-Wc - Designing and Implementing Online Courses to Empower and Serve Learners with Disabilities
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 3:50 PM Tuesday, Oct. 22   Room: F
 
Description:  As higher education continue to expand their online offerings, they face the challenge of facilitating the integration, engagement, and support of students with disabilities who take those courses. Consequently, this workshop has been developed to explore, analyze, and apply theories, tools and practices to help faculty and staff with the development and implementation of high quality, engaging, and user-friendly online courses that meet the needs and requirements of all students, and most specifically those with disabilities.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Patrick Guilbaud, Winthrop University, T. Christa Guilbaud, University of North Carolina, Charlotte,

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  Title:  11-Wd - Mixed Methods Research Techniques: A Step by Step Approach for Instructional Design Researchers
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM Tuesday, Oct. 22   Room: G
 
Description:  Identifying yourself as a quantitative or a qualitative researcher may limit your ability to explore a broader range of research questions. Where qualitative researchers report on how and why of the research questions, the quantitative researchers inform about how many, who, where, and when. Either can give only a part of the complete picture. Then, why not consider using a mixed method research design? Learn how to decide if mixed methods approach is the correct paradigm to apply, develop mixed methods research questions, explore the role of sampling, compare and contrast the mixed methods approach with quantitative and qualitative research approach.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Zahira Merchant, San Francisco State University,

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  Title:  11-We - Learning from Failure: Growing Roses of Success
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM Tuesday, Oct. 22   Room: CR-1
 
Description:  Failure can inhibit or enhance learning, making it a critical factor to consider when designing and implementing instruction. Rather than being a shadow to avoid, failure should be embraced and celebrated. This three-hour workshop will explore how failure can be leveraged to inspire learning and learners through the use of LEGO robotics in engaging and challenging mathematical explorations. A lack of programming experience is welcome, will be supported, and will enhance the conversation.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Alan Buss, University of Wyoming, Craig Shepherd, University of Memphis, Shannon Smith, University of Wyoming,

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  Title:  14-Wb - Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Game-based Learning
  Fee: $15.00   Time: 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM Tuesday, Oct. 22   Room: E
 
Description:  This workshop focuses on explaining important aspects of leveraging AI to enhance GBL. In addition to introducing the process of designing meaningful play from an instructional design perspective, the workshop aims to introduce attendees to the use of machine learning algorithms, such as genetic algorithms, perceptron, and artificial neural networks, to support learning. The workshop offers activities and examples of how AI can successfully enhance GBL and improve learning outcomes.
 
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    Presenter(s):  Ali Alshammari, University of Tabuk,

 


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