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UNK conference focuses on educational technology, post-COVID learning | Local News

Conference schedule

7:30 – 8:30 AM

Registration and continental breakfast

8:30 – 8:45 AM

Welcome message from UNK College of Education Dean Mark Reid

8:45-9:45 AM

Keynote Speaker Brad McClain, Director of Corporate Research at the National Center for Women and Information Technology and Executive Director of the Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education at the University of Colorado Boulder

10-10:30 AM

“Stop and drop this technology! Innovative teaching doesn’t start on the device,” Heather Stocky, Principal of Windy Hills Elementary

“Infuse-Empower-inspire: Reimagining Your Elementary Mathematics Education,” Chris Knoll, Professor, UNK Teacher Education

“Literature review: The CS community’s response to COVID-19,” Keith Tran, computer science major, UNL

10:45 – 11:15 AM

“The Four Pillars of Digitally-Drained Education,” Rebecca Nelson, Assistant Professor; Dawn Mollenkopf, Professor; Martonia Gaskell, Assistant Professor; UNK Teacher Education

“COVID Cultural Residences,” Tony Hill, Associate Professor, UNK Family Science; and Olympia Light Trample, Instructional Designer, University of Nebraska Wesleyan

“Bibliometric Analysis and COVID-19: State of Research Conducted During Distance Learning in Recent Emergencies,” Geneeth Oviedo, PhD Candidate in Biochemical Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Catolic de Valparaiso (Chile); Fabian Otalora, PhD Candidate in Biochemical Engineering, Antonio Narino University (Colombia); Hector Lunal, Biochemical Engineer, Intelecto Analyses Tecnicas e Servicos (Brazil); and Martonia Gaskell, Assistant Professor, New York University for Teacher Education

11:30 am to noon

“Virtual Reality, 3D and 2D Learning: An Overview of Data on Students’ Experiences in Medical Education,” Paul Day, Educational Technology and Design, University of Nebraska Medical Center/iEXCEL

“Artificial Intelligence in Education Technology: Separating Fact from Fiction,” Frank Thiel, Instructional Designer, UNK Online

“NEscore: Your Roadmap to Developing Electronic Modules,” Peggy Moore, director of e-learning at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. and April Elker, E-Learning Program Coordinator at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

12:15-1:15 pm

“Inclusion Goes to Work and School” Workshop, Brad MacLean, Director of Corporate Research at the National Center for Women and Information Technology and Executive Director of the Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education at the University of Colorado Boulder

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