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01-W1:  Design Thinking for Instructional Designers
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This workshop will help participants develop the skills of design thinking, in instructional design contexts. We will both study the latest research, and practice design thinking using a hands-on approach. Participants will immediately apply the concepts and skills of design thinking in the situational backgrounds important to them. Upon completion, participants will have a new approach for solving educational problems that will help them lead learning for change in the organizations in which they work.
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 09 Room
Presented by: Jason McDonald, Brigham Young University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
01-W2:  How to Analyze and Improve Human Performance Issues
The field of human performance technology offers methods for identifying and resolving performance issues. For several years, the workshop facilitator has gained performance expertise, including certification as a performance technologist.In this hands-on workshop, the facilitator will share this expertise with participants, who will apply tools and strategies to identify performance issues, clarify their causes,and develop a solution set for performance improvement.
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 08 Room
Presented by: Joel Gardner, Franklin University, Lewis Chongwony, Franklin University, Tawana Washington, Ohio State University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
01-W3:  Serious Game Design and Development
This workshop is an introduction to serious game design and development. It offers practical opportunities related to the design, development, and utilization of serious games. The workshop consists of two sessions: during the first, participants are familiarized with serious game design and receive hands-on experience through practice examples and small group discussions. The second session focuses on the development and publication of serious games. No computer coding background is needed, and the workshop is BYOD!
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 11 Room
Presented by: Ali Alshammari, Purdue University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
01-W5:  Let’s Collaborate! An Interactive Design & Development Workshop
The design and development process is often overlooked in the planning stages of higher education programs. This workshop will guide you in creating and managing a streamlined, effective, and collaborative design process for working with subject matter experts. The information presented will assist you with making decisions crucial to a successful design and development process. Get ready to dive in and immerse yourself in the collaborative management of the design and development process!
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 10 Room
Presented by: Megan Murtaugh, Nova Southeastern University, Deborah Slaughter, Post University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
01-W6:  Elementary Coding: Preparing Preservice Teachers to Teach Coding
Educators all over the world are being asked to introduce young children to coding. In this workshop, we will use unplugged activities, hands-on demonstrations, robots, eTextiles, and block-based coding to learn how to control an increasingly connected world. Participants will develop skills and materials for lessons that can be used to teach computing fundamentals to preservice teachers and young children.
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM in the T3rd Level, City Terrace 12 Room
Presented by: Peter Rich, Brigham Young University, McKay Perkins, Brigham Young University, Samuel Browning, Brigham Young University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
01-W7:  Everything you ever wanted to know about the mentoring relationship* (*but were afraid to ask)
We know that a mentoring relationship can play a key role in developing leaders and professional scholars, but what exactly does it mean to have an effective mentoring relationship? In coordination with the AECT Leadership Development Committee, this workshop will explore the components and dynamics of effective and productive mentoring relationships, including examining why members often serve as mentors, what is meant by a “mentoring relationship”, where mentoring opportunities exist within AECT, and how one can use mentoring to achieve different paths toward personal and professional goals.
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 07 Room
Presented by: Tonia Dousay, University of Wyoming, Brandy Walker, University of Georgia, Ward Cates, Lehigh University, Megan Conners Murtaugh, Nova Southeastern University, Joanne Pamela Bentley, The Abreon Group
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
04-W1:  Writing for Publication in Educational Technology
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Writing for publication can be an arduous task for many. The demand for new knowledge by publishers is driving what gets published. Young scholars have to be knowledgeable of the research, design the best study and know how to write right. This workshop covers writing and getting published in the field of educational technology. Some topics include: the basics; insider tips to academic writing; writing is revising, editing and rewriting; and perseverance and publishing.
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, City Terrace 04 Room
Presented by: Patricia Young, Uni. of Maryland Baltimore Co., Tutaleni Asino, Oklahoma State University
Fee for convention registrants: $15.00
 
04-W2:  Demonstrations and Hands-On Experiences With Awarded Leaders in Computational Thinking and Inquiry Learning: Meet Resnick (MIT) and de Jong (Twente).
AECT members will have a unique chance to learn from Resnick and De Jong's, the 2017 AECT Distinguished Development award winners which will including demonstrations, examples and hands-on experiences with computational thinking for kids and inquiry learning ecosystems. Mitchel Resnick, MIT Media Lab scholar and researcher, will present his work with computational thinking for kids, including demonstrations of and hands-on experience with Scratch and other technologies. Ton de Jong, Professor at the University of Twente, will present his work in the area of inquiry learning in the sciences, including a demonstration of and hands-on experience with Go-Lab (see www.golabz.eu), a software ecosystem for science learning with online labs.
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Tuesday Workshops 11/07/17 - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM in the 3rd Level, Clearwater Room
Presented by: Mitchel Resnick, MIT Media Lab, Ton de Jong, University of Twente, Jonathan M Spector, University of North Texas, Tristan Johnson, Northeastern University
Fee for convention registrants: $0.00