Lisa Brown on Implementing Best Practices in eLearning Design for Student Success

Whether you are using technology as an interactive homework tool or you are teaching entirely online, implementing best practices for motivation and student engagement is key. Just as we develop pedagogy for texts, we need to think about good pedagogy in the online learning environment. There are general practices that can assist in the scaffolding of your students learning to lead to increased comprehension and improved retention. We will spend this hour talking about what materials to assign, when to assign them, using video to illustrate key points and concepts, student engagement, and making meaningful learning experiences for your students using online technology. 

Lisa Brown - Purdue University, Claremont Lincoln University,

Lisa Brown holds a MSEd in Learning Design and Technology from the School of Curriculum and Instruction at Purdue University where she continues to TA the Advanced Instructional Design course (EDCI 672).   She is also an adjunct instructor at Claremont Lincoln University and teaches a course in learning theory and best practices in course design.  For the better part of the past two decades, Lisa has been training instructors in the Humanities and Psychology disciplines on the best practices in implementing online learning tools and content.  For Macmillan Higher Education, she works as Digital Solutions Manager researching best practices and the efficacy of Macmillan’s online learning materials, designing courses and implementation plans for Humanities departments, and working with the development teams to design new applications and products.  A firm believer that the tools are only as good as the teacher, Lisa’s presentation focuses on how to create the best possible online environment for even the novice eLearning user. You can learn more about Lisa

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