Teaching and Learning with Technology, Grand Valley State University’s annual showcase for faculty, staff, and the technology they use to enhance their classes and student’s engagement, was held this year on GVSU’s Allendale Campus in the Kirkhof Center. Sponsored by Academic Computing’s Educational Technology Department and the Pew Faculty Teaching & Learning Center, the symposium included 19 different exhibits that spanned a wide range of innovative and engaging topics from, “Students...
Grand Valley State University's 2012 Pew Teaching with Technology Award was given to Dr. Amy Schelling, Program Coordinator for the College of Education’s Graduate Cognitive Impairment Endorsement and Master’s Program. Her responsibilities include teaching four online graduate level CI endorsement courses and one special education foundations course. She also serves on the board of the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children. Through her use of voice messaging, Camtasia screen recordings...
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This year's symposium showcased exhibits from over 17 different GVSU Departments with over 25 exhibits.The keynote address was given by Dr. Punya Mishra, professor of Technology at Michigan State University and this year's 2011 Pew Teaching with Technology Award went to Dr. Jennifer Gross who specializes in Applied Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics in Grand Valley's Psychology Department.
Cosponsored by Faculty Teaching and Learning Center and Educational Technology
Friday, 3/18/11, Loosemore Auditorium, Pew Campus, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Many thanks to Dr. Mishra of Michigan State University for his presentation.
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