ONLINE EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
Certificate in Online Education:
University of Wisconsin–Madison's Distance Education Professional Development Certificate program is an intensive 10-week program. Participants learn proven strategies for designing effective and engaging online courses. Participants are required to construct a professional ePortfolio that demonstrates their course development and delivery skills. See my ePortfolio link below.
Duration: June 9th, 2020 - October 5th, 2020
Certificate in Meaningful Online Learning:
EDUCAUSE is an association that helps to advance higher education through the use of IT. https://www.educause.edu
This certificate program is an intensive 2-weeks, partial synchronous, and partial asynchronous online learning program. We started by reviewing current understandings of online learning, then proceeds to build new ideas and strategies.
Duration: July 12, 2021 - July 25, 2021
Microcredential in Promoting Active Learning Online:
ACUE, Association of College and University Educators, is endorsed by the American Council on Education (ACE). It prepares faculty to use evidence-based and statistically proven teaching practices to increase student retention and success
ACUE's microcredential course in Promoting Active Learning teaches faculty how to engage students more actively in learning and critical thinking. This course is organized around six competencies and takes approximately 8 weeks to complete.
Duration: March 13, 2023 – April 30, 2023
REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit, Professional Development:
Remote, The Connected Faculty Summit, organized by Arizona State University, engages with educators from the world on viewing and discussing pedagogy, blended learning, and best practices for student engagement both online and on campus.
Presentation and Discussion Attended:
Art School Pedagogy 2.0, Professional Development
Art School Pedagogy 2.0 is a symposium organized by Teachers College, Columbia University.
With a widespread shift to online learning during the pandemic, studio art teachers have had to do what many previously thought was close to impossible: teach studio art online. Art School Pedagogy 2.0 seeks to address the pedagogical challenges of studio art teaching pre- and post-pandemic through a sequence of online panels and collaborative workshops.
Teaching Studio Online: Lessons Learned