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Growing Student Success Through Learner-Centered Course Design

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Growing Student Success Through Learner-Centered Course Design

Fostering student success is paramount to achieving learning outcomes and student progression. Establishing rapport with students, instilling them with knowledge and expertise while guiding them through the learning experience is what faculty do best. Beyond this, what are additional ways an instructor can ensure the academic success of their students? Whatever measures are taken, they have to be sustainable for the instructor and effective – time is in too short of supply.

In this webinar, Associate Director of Learning Systems Support at Central Michigan University Marnie Roestel will showcase practical ways to help ensure the success of your students and foster engagement – all through the lens of a learner-centric course.

9 November 2022
11:00 AM ET | 5:00 PM CET
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Don’t want to wait until OLC?

Get a head start on enhancing your educational practices by downloading our ebook, "Authentic Assessment Rubrics in Higher Education: A Collection of Templates." This resource complements the topics we'll be discussing at OLC and provides valuable insights for educators seeking to implement authentic assessment strategies including:

  • An analysis of the primary categories of rubrics, their advantages and disadvantages, and guidance on when to utilize each type.
  • Key guidelines for crafting impactful assessment rubrics.
  • Examples of rubric templates and practical applications developed by Deakin University, Central Michigan College, and South Plains College.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Designing iterative, engaging learning environment for all diverse learners
  • Driving flexible, inclusive learning with pedagogical tooling in LMSs such as Blackboard
  • Implementing diversified and scalable learning activities
  • Creating content, instructions, and resources in a clear and concise manner to foster student autonomy

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Linda Lee, Wharton School
Marnie Roestel
Associate Director of Learning Systems Support at Central Michigan University

Marnie Roestel is the Associate Director of Learning Systems Support at Central Michigan University and a proud CMU alumn, earning first her bachelor’s then master’s degree in Educational Technology. Marnie provides support to users in their use of technologies within the LMS system. In addition, she has created workshops on accessibility, open educational resources, and online course design to provide faculty with the resources and ability to design a high-quality, learner-centered course. She is the recipient of the 2020 miBug (Michigan Blackboard User Group) Distinguished Member Award and currently serves as the miBug chair.

Dan Hasan, FeedbackFruits
Ian Haugh
Executive at FeedbackFruits

Ian is an edTech veteran who is passionate about innovation and ensuring that all learners have the same educational experience. His career in edTech includes specialities in course evaluations, usage and adoption analysis and pedagogical digitization.

Linda Lee, Wharton School
Marion Marx
Instructional Designer at ESSEC

Passionate about the world of Digital Learning, Marion’s journey has afforded her a 360° view of this sector: starting as a distance learner, then progressing to become a tutor and online instructor, and ultimately an instructional designer. With a blend of pedagogical innovation and UX Design, she enjoys envisioning and crafting learning experiences that foster participants' engagement. Marion finds AI to be valuable in saving time when creating certain pedagogical activities, particularly quizzes with detailed feedback. She sees value in leverage AI to generate templates that can be personalized.

Linda Lee, Wharton School
Adrien Painturier
Associate Director of Teaching and Learning at HEC

Adrien Painturier champions the use of digital tools to elevate educational practices. With a notable interest in AI, functioning as a daily user and facilitator, he is dedicated to enhancing the pedagogical landscape. His initiatives ensure faculty and students are well-equipped to employ innovative technologies, aligning with HEC Paris's vision for a progressive and interactive learning ecosystem.

Linda Lee, Wharton School
Melinda Mod
Instructional Designer at HEC

Melinda is a learning designer who received her training as a high school teacher in Hungary and completed her PhD at Paris VIII & Cornell. She is dedicated to creating impactful courses across a variety of projects, ranging from designing courses for EMBA public programs to collaborating with NGOs. Melinda is particularly interested in how AI can facilitate the development of high quality courses and how it could be integrated in personalized learning via algorithms to tailor educational content and assessments according to each student's individual needs and learning styles.

Linda Lee, Wharton School
Marie Valentin
 Instructional Designer at HEC

Marie is a learning designer at HEC Paris. She has 16 years of experience in instructional design across both private and public sectors, including institutions such as Demos Group, Crédit Agricole, and Paris-Dauphine University. In her work, Marie is particularly focused on the clarity of course structure and ways of managing learners' attention span and engagement. Marie is interested in how AI can be used to do more than just generate educational content (which she already does on a regular basis). For example, how could AI be used to give students detailed feedback on their work?

Linda Lee, Wharton School
Claudia Carrone
Digital Learning Deputy Manager at EDHEC

As a Digital Learning Leader and innovation Manager at the Pedagogical Innovation Laboratory (PILab) of EDHEC Business School, Claudia is actively involved in the search for transformation of the educational landscape. She is dedicated to improving the learning experience, contributing to an engaging environment for students, teachers, and researchers. Her role involves providing strategic guidance for the seamless integration of technology into face-to-face, blended, and online learning across all university programs. Claudia's approach to teaching and learning also revolves around the use of Artificial Intelligence to promote creative engagement and collaborative learning, ensuring that the educational journey is not just informative but also transformative.

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Program

11:00 - 11:05 AM ET

Welcome & Introduction

Ian Haugh (Executive at FeedbackFruits)


11:05 - 11:15 AM ET

Leveraging technology for student-centered learning

Ian Haugh will discuss how higher education landscape is adapting edtech innovation, and ways to leverage pedagogical technology to create inclusive, learner-centered courses.

Ian Haugh (Executive at FeedbackFruits)


11:15 - 11:45 AM ET

How does Central Michigan University cultivate learner-centered course design?

Marnie Roestel will showcase how Central Michigan University builds on best learner-centered course design practices to grow student success.

Marnie Roestel (Associate Director of Learning Systems Support at Central Michigan University)


11:45 AM - 12:00 PM ET

Q&A and closing remarks

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Program

11:00 - 11:05 AM ET

Welcome & Introduction

Ian Haugh (Executive at FeedbackFruits)


11:05 - 11:15 AM ET

Leveraging technology for student-centered learning

Ian Haugh will discuss how higher education landscape is adapting edtech innovation, and ways to leverage pedagogical technology to create inclusive, learner-centered courses.

Ian Haugh (Executive at FeedbackFruits)


11:15 - 11:45 AM ET

How does Central Michigan University cultivate learner-centered course design?

Marnie Roestel will showcase how Central Michigan University builds on best learner-centered course design practices to grow student success.

Marnie Roestel (Associate Director of Learning Systems Support at Central Michigan University)


11:45 AM - 12:00 PM ET

Q&A and closing remarks

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