Monthly Archives: February 2016

PSEL: Welcome to the Team

The first “real” PSEL meeting happened yesterday and I admit I felt overwhelmed with detail. I’m more worried than ever about keeping track of the notebook. But I also recognize the assignments as probably being more typical of what people … Continue reading

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ID-2-ID: What is my Learning Objective?

LING 100 As an instructional designer we’re always asking faculty to think beyond “topics” and determine what the true “learning objectives” are. That is, what skills should a student have when they exit the course. This can be particularly tricky … Continue reading

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PSEL: How Should I Evolve?

In February 2016, I will be participating in the Penn State Emerging Leader program. Several people I respect have been through the program, so I am very honored to have been selected and am looking forward towards understanding what “leadership” … Continue reading

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