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Wednesday, July 15 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Catching the 2nd Wave: Agile Faculty Development Model for Higher Education Reluctant Adopters

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This session focuses on a dual-track agile professional development model used in higher education (but also applicable to K-12). In 2014-5, a total of 28 faculty members participated in two cohorts of a special professional development project. In cohort 1, faculty participated in summer workshops and transformed ("flipped") one lesson or module in their current traditional course. In cohort 2, faculty participants completed summer training and transformed ("flipped") an entire course. This model is unique in its focus by catching not only the early adopters but also empowering the more reluctant or resistant instructors. The presenters will detail specific support, training topics, methodologies, experiences, and evaluation information. This session will be collaborative and interactive where presenters and attendees discuss ideas, challenges, and best practices --and consider preliminary data from our project as it applies to their institutions. The sessions will be flipped; a video explaining the key points will be created and distributed prior to the session.

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Ute Lahaie

Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Walsh University
Ute Lahaie, Dean of Arts and Sciences at Walsh University, initiated the Faculty Fellows II program, which consists of a workshop series designed to equip faculty with the skills for developing hybrid-courses while familiarizing them with technology-enabled active learning strategies for a BYOD classroom.

Wednesday July 15, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm

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