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TPACK Knowledge and Application!
| KCELT Team | 06/27/2016 | No Comments |
Technology integration is a part of today’s classroom. Most of us teach in classrooms that are equipped with mobile technology and internet access where the students have access to one or several mobile devices. When the context is filled with technology and online tools, it’s possible to be distracted when we try to integrate it… [Read the Full Story]
Student Centered Ecosystem
| Maryam Rod Szabo | 05/09/2016 | No Comments |
Dr. Lydia Hartunian is a professor of Philosophy & Humanities at Kirkwood Community College. She is also a Professional Development Fellow for KCELT. I asked Lydia how she teaches philosophy and humanities to undergraduates in a way that is interesting and fun. With her sense of humor, Lydia said, “I probably should not say this… [Read the Full Story]
Faculty Reflection on Self Growth
| KCELT Team | 04/19/2016 | No Comments |
The Master Teacher Program (MTP) is a three-year professional development opportunity for new full-time faculty at Kirkwood. This program is built upon faculty’s strengths and it is an opportunity for the probationary faculty to reflect on their good teaching practices that lead to their student’s success in a non-evaluative setting. KCELT hosted an outstanding annual… [Read the Full Story]
Secrets to Happiness
| Maryam Rod Szabo | 03/30/2016 | No Comments |
My colleague Chris King, Learning and Development Coordinator, handed out a book called “Beyond Happy: Women, Work, and Well-Being” by Beth Cabrera to me and the other female colleagues in our department last month. The first glance at the name of the book made me critical about the title only addressing “women”. I took the book… [Read the Full Story]
Deep Learning Through Digital Story Telling
| Maryam Rod Szabo | 03/03/2016 | One Comment |
Sara Kepros is an assistant professor and a reading specialist in the English Department at Kirkwood. She is also a Professional Development Fellow for KCELT (Kirkwood Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching). Students in her class practice effective reading for the college level, they learn strategies and tools for increasing their reading comprehension. They… [Read the Full Story]
Introduction to Dr. Lydia Hartunian Professional Development Fellow
| Maryam Rod Szabo | 02/09/2016 | No Comments |
Dr. Lydia Hartunian is a professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Kirkwood. She is also a Professional Development Fellow in KCELT. Lydia has a doctoral degree in Philosophy, she is passionate for what she teaches at Kirkwood, and she believes in being part of a professional development community. With her many years of teaching experience,… [Read the Full Story]
Teaching in a Flexible Learning Space (MALIE)
| Maryam Rod Szabo | 01/21/2016 | One Comment |
“I believed it was important that I try to ‘model the way’ in terms of teaching in an innovative learning space myself, while engaging my peers in these discussions. The experience has been illuminating in many ways, ” states Theresa Moore, a Kirkwood faculty member and Faculty Development Specialist in KCELT (Kirkwood Center for Excellence… [Read the Full Story]
From Teaching to Organizing a State Wide Conference!
| KCELT Team | 01/05/2016 | No Comments |
Janine Martin is a Biology adjunct faculty at Kirkwood Community College. For the last two years she has been the organizer of the Iowa Conference in Higher Education, a statewide education conference. This conference is designed to provide professional development opportunities for part-time and full-time faculty and staff who are working in the field of… [Read the Full Story]
Untold Stories of Aging in America
| KCELT Team | 12/14/2015 | No Comments |
Two weeks ago, my colleague Wilson Rojas Bugueño talked about an interesting class project that one of the Kirkwood faculty, Shelby Myers-Verhage, has her students work on in a college writing course. Shelby is an Associate Professor of English at the Kirkwood Community College campus in Iowa City and she is also a Professional Development… [Read the Full Story]
The Tools’ Paradox and Technology in Higher Education
| Wilson Rojas Bugueno | 11/30/2015 | One Comment |
Technology Integration brings a lot of debate among educators around the country. Supporters argue that technology increases motivation and engagement, while critics claim technology has no real impact on student success. In this blog post, I will outline my personal perspective on Technology Integration. The Tools’ Paradox What comes first: technology or pedagogy? This is… [Read the Full Story]