|Expanding Innovation in the Digital Arts through Digital Learning
Date: Tuesday, February 10th (RESCHEDULED FROM JANUARY 27th) Add to Calendar
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
Presenters: Anne Kraybill, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bruce Friend, Friend Consulting, and Kirsten Peterson, EdTech Leaders Online (ETLO)
Webinar Room: http://go.edc.org/feb10webinar
During this interactive webinar, learn more about innovative free online courses for high school students that focus on American art and history. These courses enable students to discuss and interpret paintings from the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and other museums throughout the country while also learning about careers in museums. In addition to courses for students, this webinar will discuss online training courses for teachers and resources that will be available for educators in a teachers portal.
Webinar presenters will discuss the process of collaborating and designing effective online courses that align with learning outcomes. Webinar participants are encouraged to ask questions and share their own experience with online course design.
To join this webinar, please use the following link to enter ETLO’s Collaborate Webinar Room:http://go.edc.org/feb10webinar. Pre-registration is not required for this webinar and it will be recorded and posted on the ETLO Webinar Series website.
About the Presenters:
Anne Kraybill is the Distance Learning Project Manager at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. She is formerly the museum’s School and Community Programs Manager and she has spent the majority of her career in art museums and arts organizations that support teachers and students through arts exposure, arts education, and integration of the arts into classroom teaching. Anne has a B.F.A. In photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art, a M.A. in Museum Education from University of the Arts and a M.S. in Instructional Technology from East Carolina University.
Bruce Friend of Friend Consulting is a pioneer in K-12 online learning and accomplished educational leader who has worked in the public, private, and non-profit sector building quality learning opportunities for students through the use of online learning. As a founding member, teacher, and chief administrator of two state-wide virtual school programs (Florida and North Carolina), Bruce has considerable experience in the creation and business operations of virtual schools and other online learning programs.
Kirsten Peterson is the Interim Director of EdTech Leaders Online (ETLO) at EDC. For the past 16 years, she has been managing online learning and instructional design projects for ETLO, a national capacity-building online learning program for educational organizations. Since ETLO’s inception in 1999, Kirsten has led teams of instructional designers, content experts, media specialists, and web developers in helping clients understand and meet their educational needs through online learning. She holds a B.A. in English Literature from Montana State University and an Ed.M. in Technology in Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education.