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FREE #AECTRTD Webinar on April 5 [Dr. Charles Reigeluth] — Research to Make a Difference

Research to Make a Difference

Speaker:

Dr. Charles Reigeluth,
Professor Emeritus,
Instructional Systems Technology,
Indiana University Bloomington (http://www.reigeluth.net)

Time & Date:
2:00pm (EST), Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Registration: http://bit.ly/2lrC7Sg

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#AECT16 R&T Division Webinar [Convention Highlights]

Please join the AECT Research & Theory Division for a Webinar!
2016 AECT Convention Highlights
Thursday, September 15, 12:00 Noon – Eastern
Register Here: bit.ly/2016RTD

 

Here is a copy of the slide deck for the webinar: 

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#AECT R&T Division 2015 Webinar Recordings

Webinar: Strategically Designed PLEs (May 7)
Presenter: Dr. Nada Dabbagh — Professor and Director of the Division of Learning Technologies in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University.

Link: http://cc.readytalk.com/play?id=dtv4jr

Webinar: The Challenges in Ed Tech – Game-base Learning (Oct. 8)

Presenter: Dr. Kurt Squire — Professor of Digital Media in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction at University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Co-Director of the Games+Learning+Society Center in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.

Link: http://cc.readytalk.com/play?id=8s6efz

Webinar: R&T Division – 2015 AECT Convention Highlights (Oct. 22)

Presenter: Dr. E-Ling Hsiao – Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum, Leadership, and Technology at Valdosta State University. She currently serves as the President-Elect of the Research and Theory Division at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Link: http://cc.readytalk.com/play?id=abo4a6

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#AECT #RTDiv Professional Development Webinar (May 7 at 11 am EDT)

From the Research & Theory Division:

You are invited to attend the first AECT RTD Professional Development Webinar of 2015!

Presenter:
Dr. Nada Dabbagh

Date/Time:
May 7, 2015 at 11 A.M. (EDT)

Registration Link:
https://cc.readytalk.com/r/34ak736dr61y&eom

Topic:
Strategically Designed Personal Learning Environments (PLEs): A Process for Engaging Students in Self-Regulated Learning Using Social Media

Abstract:
Personal Learning Environments or PLEs enable the development of personal and social learning spaces to support learner-centered and personalized learning experiences empowering students to direct their own learning and develop self-regulated learning skills. They do so because they are built bottom-up, by the student, starting with personal goals, information management, and individual knowledge construction, and progressing to socially mediated knowledge and networked learning. A PLE can be described as a process that helps students organize the influx of information and resources they are faced with on a daily basis into a personalized digital learning space or experience. However, students must possess the knowledge management and self-regulatory skills to effectively create and customize a PLE for their learning needs. This presentation will address this critical issue focusing on the use of a three-level pedagogical framework that assists faculty in scaffolding student PLE development using social media technologies in order to support self-regulated learning.

Hope you can join us!

Wei Wang, M.S.
Fei Gao, Ph.D.
RTD Professional Development Coordinators