Assessing Inclusivity and Accessibility: A Student Employee’s Perspective

Jessflores/ March 9, 2022/ 3. Digital Age Learning Environments, Course Design, Critical Thinking, digital learning environment, leadership, online learning, pedagogy, practice, reflection, Technology/ 0 comments

Hi there! My name is Jess Flores and I am a fourth year student here at Seattle Pacific University (SPU). I currently work as a student assistant employee in the Educational Technology and Media department (ETM) here at SPU. A portion of my work in this position has been focused on the technological side of education, as ETM functions largely

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Podcast: Partnership and Growth in Remote Delivery

Stewart, Brennan/ March 10, 2021/ Technology, Workshop/ 0 comments

In response to the overall success of Seattle Pacific University’s adaption to remote learning through the COVID-19 Pandemic and positive feedback to the voluntary faculty training through the Winter Academy, Educational Technology and Media’s Brennan Stewart and Debi Bearden sat down with a few faculty members to discuss their online learning experience, takeaways from the Winter Academy, and their working

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A Conversation on Technology Selection in the Classroom

Karen Park/ January 27, 2021/ Technology/ 2 comments

One cannot first choose a pedagogy and then a technology; pedagogy is the thoughtful combination of methods, technologies, social and physical designs and on-the-fly interactions to produce learning environments, student experiences, activities, outcomes or whatever your preferred way is of thinking about what we do in education. All elements inevitably shape the ways in which the other elements are used

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