Frances Maddalozzo’s Profile

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Frances Maddalozzo
Where do you work?
I recently got hired by Dr. Mukwa Musayett (Shelly Johnson), Canada Research Chair of Indigenizing Higher Education, as a Graduate Research Assistant for a Research Project at Thompson Rivers University. Its aim is to privilege Indigenous Oral Traditions which will be featured on the university podcast. It is an honour to work with Dr. Mukwa Musayett in working towards decolonizing methodology in academia as we all work towards revitalization of culture and language. As I explore my role in making meaningful contributions towards Reconciliation I know it must done with humility, respect and collaboration.
Bio
Educator, mother, and an authentic ally towards Reconciliation.
Interests
Traveling, meeting new people, taking on challenges that promote a growth mindset. I enjoy playing chess, reading books that inspire, and spending time with people who have a positive and cheerful outlook to life.
Social Media Accounts
You can find me on LinkedIn.

Courses

EDDL 5131 ON2 – Designing Multimedia for Curriculum (Winter 2022 Webster)

EDDL 5131 ON2 – Designing Multimedia for Curriculum (Winter 2022 Webster)

EDDL 5131: Designing Multimedia for Curriculum (Winter 2022 Webster) This course is designed to introduce educators, and thus their students, to computer and web-based multimedia tools such as text, video, audio and digital photographs and graphics. There will be an emphasis not only on how to use the tools, but also on sound pedagogical practice to promote teaching and learning. Students in this course will learn how to identify, select, plan for, create, and integrate multimedia into instruction and have their students do the same in activities such as reports, digital story-telling, and portfolios.

EDDL 5111 ON3 – Introduction to Distributed Learning (Fall 2021 Cope Watson)

EDDL 5111 ON3 – Introduction to Distributed Learning (Fall 2021 Cope Watson)

EDDL 5111 ON3 – Introduction to Distributed Learning (Fall 2021 Cope Watson) This course is designed to provide educators (Teacher Candidates, In-service Teachers, Faculty members and trainers) with an introduction to the skills required to teach in a distributed learning environment. Participants will explore the realm of distributed learning through: discussion about learning theory and pedagogy in online environments; consideration and application of techno-logical tools to enhance the learning environment; and examination and design of assessment strategies.

Projects

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