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October, 2022

13Oct9:00 AM9:50 AMWhy Course Design Matters: Seeing the Student Perspective in New Faculty OrientationDr. Bethany Schultz, Northwest Nazarene University9:00 AM – 9:50 AM

Date

October 13, 2022

Time

Thursday 9:00 AM – 9:50 AM Pacific Time

Location

Online via Zoom

Cost

Part of 2022 Conference

Session Description

There is power in seeing course design from the perspective of a student. The student experience and connection to course design empower instructors to choose best practices when creating courses. This session looks at course design from the student perspective and demonstrates the student’s point of view in a new faculty orientation setting. Come to experience what students notice in their courses and how you can use faculty training to communicate their perspectives.

Speakers

Dr. Bethany Schultz

Director & Assistant Professor of Instructional Design & Technology, Northwest Nazarene University

Dr. Bethany Schultz is the Director of the Center for Instructional Design & Technology at Northwest Nazarene University and an Assistant Professor in Instructional Design & Technology. Dr. Schultz holds a Doctorate of Education in Leadership and Professional Practice. Her areas of expertise include online teaching and administration, leadership practices, and educational technology research. For over a decade, Dr. Schultz has been committed to innovation in higher education through the effective use of technology.