jaime demperio’s Profile

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jaime demperio
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Where do you work?
University du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Bio
I’ve been teaching applied linguistics for 20 years now, and mainly in Montreal. My background is in English and American literature, theoretical linguistics and sociolinguistics. My most recent research concerns learner identity and motivation.
Interests
Trying to develop a pedagogy that is more inclusive and empowering for learners. I am interested in learning how to use technology in a way that can help everyone (including instructors) to feel connected, valued and invested in their learning.

Courses

EDDL 5131 ON2 – De­sign­ing Mul­ti­me­dia for Cur­ricu­lum (Win­ter 2021 Webster)

EDDL 5131 ON2 – De­sign­ing Mul­ti­me­dia for Cur­ricu­lum (Win­ter 2021 Webster)

EDDL 5131 ON2 – De­sign­ing Mul­ti­me­dia for Cur­ricu­lum (Win­ter 2021 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 5141 ON2 – Online Teaching and Learning (Winter 2021 Harrison)

EDDL 5141 ON2 – Online Teaching and Learning (Winter 2021 Harrison)

EDDL 5141 ON2 – Online Teaching and Learning (Winter 2021 Harrison) This online, applied course is designed to provide educators with knowledge, skills and experience in implementing educational technology into a pedagogically sound learning environment. EDDL 5141 is designed to provide instructors with a basic introduction to the theory and practice of online teaching and learning and to develop the skills and strategies needed to facilitate courses in an online environment. Participants will reflect on their experiences as online learners to help develop their own philosophy of online teaching and learning. Using their philosophy, they will plan and conduct an online learning activity that they will facilitate for their fellow participants. Emphasis will be placed on student engagement and motivation, creating collaborative and interactive experiences and gaining practical experience. The course format will be an online seminar that models the development of learning communities. Participants will be directed to readings about current issues that they will discuss online and they will provide feedback to their fellow learners about their online facilitation experiences.

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