April 17-18 2019
Vancouver, BC
SFU Harbour Centre Campus 515 W Hastings St

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Wednesday, April 17 • 3:35pm - 4:30pm
Changing Teaching Styles by Using and Integrating Online OER Into an Offline Environment

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1. Participants will be introduced to problems and solutions and tools pertaining to using online technology in an offline situation.

2. Participants will be introduced to WAMAP, SBCTC High School 21+ courses and the use of laptops in education programs in the Washington State Prison system.

3. Participants will receive specific case study examples of how teaching methods have been adjusted and how technology has been used in the classroom setting, to accommodate multi-level classrooms in an offline environment.

IT Infrastructure
How do we get “online” tools like Canvas to work in a prison or other offline situations and deliver content to an inmate in his/her cell, or at a home where the internet is not available?
--Ray Pulsipher will lead a discussion about the "nuts and bolts” of putting together an offline system. We will have some "prison laptops" available for the participants to see and use. They will be loaded with an offline version of an SBCTC High School 21 canvas course, so they will be able to see how it works.

Converting Content
How do we adapt an online course to use in an offline situation?
--Les Scott will lead a discussion about using YouTube videos that are OER to enhance curriculum.
Participants will have a chance to use the Yummy, YouTube video down loader and import videos into a canvas course.
Case Studies
How has our classroom changed because of technology: Gail Peet Teaches Math 64, Math 90, Accounting, Quick Books, Excel and GED Preparation at the same time, in the same classroom! Les Scott teaches GED Preparation and High School 21 at the same time. Ray Pulsipher Teaches Computer Programming, Cloud and Mobile Game Design at the same time.
--The panel will lead a discussion about how this has become possible using OER and computer classrooms. Participants will have a chance to use WAMAP and Math Antics Videos.


Ray Pulsipher

CSE Instructor, Peninsula College

Wednesday April 17, 2019 3:35pm - 4:30pm PDT
Fletcher Theatre