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App Smashing With The Iron Chefs

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Presenter(s)
Ann Musgrove (Florida Atlantic University, USA)
Angela Gunder (University of Arizona, USA)
Session Information
October 14, 2015 - 11:45am
Track: 
Technology and Emerging Learning Environments
Major Emphasis of Presentation: 
Learning Technology Demonstration
Institutional Level: 
Multiple Levels
Audience Level: 
All
Session Type: 
Technology Test Kitchen Demonstration
Location: 
Atlantic Hall
Session Duration: 
45 Minutes
Session: 
Concurrent Session 1
Abstract

Sure, there’s an app for that, but sometimes limitations and in-app purchases leave you hungry for more. This session is for those that have adopted a new technology, tested its functionality, and have found it to be lacking in one or two key features. Join us for an interactive, hands-on session that embraces the philosophy “never settle” - when an app is missing what you need, it’s time to smash it (translation: combine it) with another app to create the ultimate learning object. App smashing (or app mashing) is an innovative technique that has users mixing and matching features of various web-based and mobile applications, thus extending the abilities of each app if used alone in isolation. The process allows both teachers and students to leverage creativity and ingenuity to create learning experiences focused on salient content and in full support of 21st century skills. Some of the master chefs from the Technology Test Kitchen will demonstrate strategies for app smashing, and provide recipes for combining some of their favorite free apps into exciting and engaging learning objects. They’ll then switch into Iron Chef mode and guide participants through the process of combining a featured app with another tool to create their own app smash. Come hungry for a fresh approach on integrating emerging technology into your teaching and learning.

Lead Presenter
Ann Musgrove

Dr. Ann Musgrove – Chair and Head Chef, Florida Atlantic University

Ann is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Florida Atlantic University. She teaches undergraduate and graduate course online and F2F.

She embraces the philosophy of pedagogy before technology.

She has a Certification in Online Learning from the Online Learning Consortium and develops and facilitates workshops including Multimodal Design, Exploring Interactive Videos Tools, New to Online – Introduction to Online Tools, and Converting your Course Content. Dr. Ann Musgrove enjoys working with faculty and administrative teams to create, administer and deliver meaningful and flexible learning environments. She develops and creates curriculum for faculty transitioning to online and blended courses.
Ann has developed 2 courses that have been nationally recognized by Quality Matters (QM). She has extensive QM experience serving as an Institution Representative, Active Peer Reviewer in Higher Education, K-12, and Continuing Education, and is an online facilitator for the QM foundation course “Applying the Quality Matters Rubric”. annmusgrove.com

  
Angela Gunder

Angela Gunder – Co-Chair and Master Chef, The University of Arizona

Angela Gunder is Senior Instructional Designer for the Office of Digital Learning at The University of Arizona. Working on the web, in print and for the classroom, she brings to the table over fifteen years of design experience with a focus on emerging technology for student engagement. Her career as a designer for higher education has centered on usability and open access for all learners, as well as standards-based technology for second-language acquisition. Prior to instructional design, Angela served as the webmaster for The City College of New York and Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University, and Northern Virginia Community College’s Alexandria Campus. Angela holds an M.Ed. in Education Technology from Arizona State University and a B.S. in Computer Science and Fine Art from Fordham University. She is an Associate Editor for the Teacher Education Board of MERLOT, leveraging the quality open resources curated on the site in her teaching and work as a faculty developer. A voracious, lifelong learner, Angela is passionate about developing cutting-edge learning experiences that support innovation and creativity for any discipline, across any channel or medium. You can follow her tech adventures on her blog at http://www.adesinamedia.com.

  
Dave Goodrich
Dave Goodrich – Master Chef, Michigan State University
 
Dave began as an Instructional Designer in the Office of Academic Technology at Spring Arbor University where he was elected the Faculty Representative for the Staff-Administration Personnel Association. For the past decade he has done instructional design work for Jackson College, Michigan Virtual University and is a full time instructional designer at Michigan State University.

Before going into the field of instructional design Dave was a high school science and physical education teacher. He has a masters degree in education specializing in instructional design for online learning through Capella University. Dave joined Michigan State University as an instructional designer in 2012. He works with instructors developing new courses, redesigning existing courses, and consultations for e-learning projects. He also enjoys helping design and facilitate faculty development programs and being a guest instructor for the Masters of Arts in Educational Technology program in the College of Education.

Dave is a musician, photographer, and likes being active outdoors in his spare time. He and his wife live in Jackson, Michigan where they raise their three boys.

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