#22: Transitions and Outreach

Our 22nd webinar in the #MAETBridge series is about MAET’s transition and exploration of new ways of providing outreach to create a successful teacher professional development program. Joining us today are  Mary Wever, director of the MAET Graduate Certificate Programs, Amanda McCarthy, MAET graduate and an Elementary technology coach and media coordinator for a school district in St. Clair Shores, MI, and Ming Lei, doctoral student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at MSU.

Our host, today, is Spencer Greenhalgh, a doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) at Michigan State University. Joining him today:  Sarah Keenan
(doctoral student) and Rohit Mehta (doctoral candidate) from the EPET program.


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#21: Teacher Professional Development — What It Takes

Our 21st webinar in the #MAETBridge series is about what it takes to create and organize a successful teacher professional development program? Joining us today are Dr. Melissa McDaniels, Assistant Dean of The Graduate School and Director of the Teaching Assistant Program at Michigan State University, Amber White, Language Arts Curriculum Coordinator and Literacy Coach at Ruth Fox Elementary School in North Branch, Michigan, and Ashlie O’Connor, Instructional Technology and Data Coach for Alpena Montmorency Alcona Educational Service District & Alcona Community Schools.

Our host, today, is Rohit Mehta, a doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) at Michigan State University. Joining him today: Spencer Greenhalgh 
(doctoral candidate) and Sarah Keenan (doctoral student) from the EPET program.


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#20: Repurposing, Reusing, Remixing: An ‘Open’ Conversation

Our 20th webinar in the #MAETBridge series is about open education and repurposing, reusing, and remixing available content in classrooms. Joining the conversation will be Dr. Leigh Graves Wolf, Assistant Director of the MSU Hub for Innovation in Learning and TechnologyDr. Jared Robinson, Education Research Consultant in the Office of Educator Talent and Policy Coordination at the Michigan Department of Education; and José Martinez, a graduate student in the Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education program at Michigan State University.

Our host, today, is Rohit Mehta, a doctoral student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) at Michigan State University; joined by Spencer Greenhalgh and Sarah Keenan, also doctoral students in the EPET program.

#19: Telepresence Robots and Distance Learning

Joining the conversation will be Dr. John Bell, Director of the CEPSE/COE Design Studio and Professor in the College of Education; William Cain, Assistant Director of CEPSE/COE Design Studio and a doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at Michigan State University; Amy Peterson, a doctoral candidate in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at Michigan State University; and Cui Cheng, a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at Michigan State University. This is our first time bringing an entire collaborative team onto the Bridge, and we’re looking forward to hearing about what they each bring to their research and practice!

#18: Informal Learning

Joining the conversation will be Dr. Denice Blair, Education Team Co-Manager at the MSU Museum and member of the Teacher Education department,  Dr. Carrie Heeter, Professor of Media and Information at MSU and director of the graduate certificate in serious games,  as well as Day Greenberg,  Doctoral Student in Educational Psychology Education Technology. We are looking forward to the different perspectives and focuses on informal learning environments that each of our guests will bring!

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Our hosts will be Sarah Keenan, Spencer Greenhalgh, and Rohit Mehta – Doctoral Students in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET).

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#17: Digital Citizenship

Joining the conversation will be Nathanael W. Leeseberg, from the Alcona County Sheriff’s Office, Mary Zann, who is Special Education Administrator for the Alpena Montmorency Alcona Educational Service District, and Cheryl Schneider, Business Administrator at South Orange-Maplewood School District.

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Our hosts:  Erin Polski, Joie Marinaro, Jeff Layman, and Ashlie O’Connor, MAET student at Michigan State University.


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#16: Digital Equity and Healthy Practices in Educational Technology

Joining the conversation will be Kyle Shack, an Allegan High School History teacher, Technology Coach and MAET Instructor, Heidi Gascon an MAET alum and Instructional Technology Specialist at Ingham ISD, with Michele Ellis a middle school ELA and science teacher at Williamston Community Schools.

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Our hosts:  Alex Miller, Jon Gere and Chris Armour, MAET students at Michigan State University.


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#15: Developing Information Literacy and Technology Skills in Students

Joining the conversation will be Tom Driscoll is the Director of Educational Technology for the Bristol Warren Regional School District (RI) Rhode Island, Teresa Diaz is a middle school library media specialist and Google Certified Teacher (MTV12) from San Antonio, TX, Jenna Snow is a 7th and 8th grade science teacher at Zionsville Middle School in Zionsville, Indiana, and Alison Cicinelli is the director of state and federal grants, technology, and data specialist at Carrollton Public Schools.

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Our hosts: Lindsey Becker, Zach Cresswell, Kelsey Glynn, and Zak Zuzula, MAET students at Michigan State University.

#14: Digital Games, Online Teachers, and Aesthetics in Science Education

Joining the conversation will be Dr. Leigh Graves Wolf, co-director of the MAET program at Michigan State University, Brian Arnold, Liz Boltz, and Rohit Mehta, doctoral students in the Educational Psychology and Educational Psychology (EPET) program at MSU.

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Our host: Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and EPET Alumna.


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#13: Technology Integration to Support Learning in Mathematics Classrooms

Joining the conversation will be Dr. Sam Otten, Assistant Professor of Math Education at the University of Missouri will join math teachers, and MAET alumni, Elizabeth Kupiecki and Ryan Brown.
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Our hosts are Rohit Mehta, Doctoral Student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) and Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and EPET Alumna.


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