Karine Hamm’s Profile

Student
Active 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Karine Hamm
Location
Squamish, BC
Where do you work?
Douglas College, New Westminster, BC
Bio
Since completing graduate school, I’ve taught at Capilano University and Douglas College. My favorite part of teaching is the connection with students. A virus recently turned the world of post-secondary education upside down and I struggled to keep that same level of connection. I’m enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Online Learning to better prepare for virtual learning environment and to develop techniques to stay connected to the student.
Interests
As an instructor in a Sports Science program you won’t be surprised to learn that I love to move! I ran track in College but once my career ended, I dabble into mountain sports. You can find me mountain biking, trail running or skiing.

Courses

EDDL 5151: Managing Your Technology Classroom – Summer 2022

EDDL 5151: Managing Your Technology Classroom – Summer 2022

EDDL 5151: Managing Your Technology Classroom – Summer 2022 Participants will explore a variety of methodologies, tools and technologies to enhance teaching and learning in their specific educational context. They will engage in critical discourse about the use of information technology in a number of different educational settings, evaluate the resources available to them, and develop strategies to make the most effective use of those resources for themselves and their students.

EDDL 5101 ON3 – Educational Technology for Learning (Fall 2021 Webster)

EDDL 5101 ON3 – Educational Technology for Learning (Fall 2021 Webster)

EDDL 5101: Educational Technology for Learning (Fall 2021 Webster) This online, applied course is designed to provide educators with knowledge, skills and experience in implementing educational technology into a pedagogically sound learning environment. Education Technology in the Curriculum is intended to be a general launching point for your own exploration and learning about information technology (IT). Because the world of IT is complex, and especially so in education, it is challenging to design a course of study that is right for all students. You, and every other student, bring with you a unique set of experiences and interests that enhance your learning and determine your individual learning needs.

EDDL 5141 ON2 – Online Teaching and Learning (Winter 2022 Cope-Watson)

EDDL 5141 ON2 – Online Teaching and Learning (Winter 2022 Cope-Watson)

EDDL 5141: Online Teaching and Learning (Winter 2022 Cope-Watson) 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.

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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