• Breaking the Humdrum of “Post Once & Reply to 2” Online Discussions
  • Introduction
  • Alternate History
  • Case Study
  • Challenge Questions
  • Debate
  • In The News
  • Mix Up Introductions
  • Reflection
  • Small Group Share
  • Student Showcase
  • Student Facilitation
  • Timeline Collaboration
  • Additional Resources
  • Abstracts
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    Lisa Kidder

    Idaho State University

    Lisa Kidder is the Quality+ Program Manager at Idaho State University. She earned her Ph.D. in Instructional Design from Idaho State University. She received her MA in Educational Technology from Pepperdine University in the second online cohort for the program. She received her BA in French and Chemistry Education from Brigham Young University. Prior to working for Idaho State University, she taught a variety of subjects in K-12 schools; supported faculty in incorporating technology; and spent several years teaching and supporting teacher candidates at Loyola Marymount University. She currently focuses her efforts in supporting the design of asynchronous online courses with a focus on visual design and usability.

    Mark Cooper

    Idaho State University

    Mark Cooper is an Instructional Technologist who works with faculty to create new online courses and improve upon existing online courses. He has over 14 years of professional experience as an instructional designer. When working with faculty, Mark strives to improve the online classroom experience with activities that promote active learning and engagement. Mark’s education includes a B.S. in Marketing and an M.B.A. with a focus in Information Technology and Organizational Development from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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