The QM Process: A Success Story

Dr. Joanne Healy began the Quality Matters Online Program Design certification process in 2016 to review standards and update practices in all special education courses to ensure UAF teacher candidates would be well prepared. This talk—and Q&A—goes over the QM process from a participant’s perspective.

Connecting Science, Design, and Education

The nexus of science, design, and education development is where I found myself over the summer. Being chosen as an Instructional Design Fellow was a welcomed change from several years of intense scientific research where I became a Master of Science graduate from the Environmental Chemistry program at UAF,

Introductions: A List

EPIC: Home Activities Discussion Case Studies Resources Introductions: A List For our first activity in EPIC this semester, we’d like to get to know you as a teacher. We’d like to know not just what you teach, but how and why you teach. And what better way to learn...

1. Objectives and Objections

EPIC: Home Activities Discussion Case Studies Resources Discussion of “learning objectives” and “measurable outcomes” is common across educational settings. In many of the conversations you might have come across already, the debate is around...

4: Inclusivity and Accessibility

EPIC: Home Activities Discussion Case Studies Resources Inclusivity and accessibility are not controversial goals. But achieving them has not always taken priority in the design of learning in higher education. We will look at these issues through the frameworks of...

8. Workflow Management

EPIC: Home Activities Discussion Case Studies Resources How do you stay on top of all that you do? Or rather, how do you stay sane and energized and on track to keep doing it, even when you’re buried? There are a number of helpful tools and practices out there...