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Speaker: Patrick Pennefather / Vesuviusblowhorn. University of British Columbia
This conceptual case study lays the groundwork for a Virtual Reality (VR) research creation undergoing co-construction; shared to champion the continual experimentation with and investigations of scholarship through interactive media.
- Participants will be able to resonate in the investigation of scholarship through interactive media
Accessibility: Share a written script during the presentation
Speaker: Becky Adams / Elli Pinion, University of New Mexico
I will share findings of my research with a small group of K-12 teachers who participated in an online professional development initiative. Issues regarding the quality and effectiveness of professional development for K 12 teachers were addressed by the strengths of an online environment: choice, community building, and extended learning over time. Our efforts at UNM to support Online Instructors with PD, informed by this research, and how this can inform the use Virtual World approaches.
- To introduce a researched based model for effectively using online tools to support PD.
- To connect these findings to challenges they have in supporting PD in their field while building COP
Accessibility: Speak easy HUD