Spradlinggreta

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Date registered: April 2, 2013

Biography

Greta likes to volunteer her time to benefit youth organization and education. She is extremely proud of her family, just ask her. She will have pictures on her iPhone. In her limited free-time, Greta is an avid shopper and enjoys reading. Greta B. Spradling l Course Design & Development Manager Center for Faculty Excellence & Innovation l Academic Affairs Greta.Spradling@tamuc.edu Newly located in Gee Library, 1st floor P.O. Box 3011 Commerce, Tx 75429-3011 Tel. 903.468.8687 l Fax 903.886.5991 l www.tamuc.edu/cfei Texas A&M University-Commerce

Latest posts

  1. Faculty Focus: Wheelchair Ramps and Extra Time for Learning — February 24, 2016
  2. Improve Your Online Course (IYOC) from Quality Matters — February 11, 2016
  3. 7 Tips to Create Effective eLearning Games — September 21, 2015
  4. UDL: A Systematic Approach to Supporting Diverse Learners — September 21, 2015
  5. Blended Learning faculty training available — September 14, 2015

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Feb 24

Faculty Focus: Wheelchair Ramps and Extra Time for Learning

Extra Time

By Maryellen Weimer, PhD “A wheelchair ramp is an alternate mode of access for the physically disabled so that they may access the same benefits as others. Similarly, being allowed extra time gives the learning-disabled extra time to process what they know. My reading speed will always be slow. But having extra time gives me …

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Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/faculty-focus-wheelchair-ramps-and-extra-time-for-learning/

Feb 11

Improve Your Online Course (IYOC) from Quality Matters

Quality Matters log

The “Improving Your Online Course” (IYOC) workshop explores the QM Rubric and provides a framework to improve the quality of online and blended courses. Participants use the QM Rubric to review their own courses and develop a course improvement plan.The content is based on the 21 essential Specific Review Standards of the Quality Matters Rubric.  …

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Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/improve-your-online-course-iyoc-from-quality-matters/

Sep 21

7 Tips to Create Effective eLearning Games

eLearning Industry, January 19, 2015: Games aren’t just for entertainment any longer, thanks to the surge in popularity of gamification in eLearning. In this article, I’ll (Christopher Pappas, author) highlight some tips on how to create entertaining and effective eLearning games. Read the full article here: http://elearningindustry.com/7-tips-create-effective-elearning-games

Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/7-tips-to-create-effective-elearning-games/

Sep 21

UDL: A Systematic Approach to Supporting Diverse Learners

Faculty Focus, September 14, 2015: Advances in neuroscience and digital imaging give us an unprecedented understanding of how individuals access, process, and respond to information. Previously we may have had an intuitive understanding that our students learned differently. Now functional MRI scans demonstrate this in living color. However, simply recognizing learner diversity is one thing; …

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Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/udl-a-systematic-approach-to-supporting-diverse-learners/

Sep 14

Blended Learning faculty training available

Blended Learning utilizes the best of online technology and face-to-face (F2F) instruction. If you have ever desired more time in class, Blended Learning provides a solution. CFEI offers a development course for Faculty. It answers the question, “What is Blended Learning”? It contains instructional integration, best practices, and building tools. Faculty can register for the …

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