Post-Secondary Online STEM Education: Promise or Problem?

Monday, April 28, 2014, 

4-6:30 PM, 

SDG&E Energy Innovation Center, 

4760 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, San Diego. 


Educators from various colleges and organizations will share their successes and challenges in online education, including MOOCS (massive open online courses), hybrid approaches, fully online learning, and online supplemental instruction in a range of courses. The first part of the seminar will be devoted to interacting with contributing educators, along with time for networking with colleagues who are working in areas of mutual interest. This will be followed by an invited speaker and a moderated discussion.



4:00 pm Reception and Exhibits

4:50 pm Welcome and Introductions

5:00 pm Speaker - Anthony Eamonn Kelly, Professor and Researcher, Educational Psychology, George Mason University, Promise and Problems of Post-Secondary Online STEM Education

5:45 pm Moderated Q & A with Speaker and Exhibitors

6:30 pm Adjournment

Panelists and Exhibitors Include:

  • Matt Anderson, SDSU Physics Department
  • Emil Ahangarzadeh, SDCOE Coordinator for Online County Programs (including MOOCs)
  • Spencer Bagley, SDSU-UCSD Mathematics and Science Education Doctoral Program
  • Richard Fielding, Southwestern Community College Co-Chair of Mathematics
  • Elizabeth Meyer, UCSD Director of Online Learning
  • Beth Simon, UCSD Computer Science and Engineering
  • Suzanne Stolz, USD Online MEd Coordinator
  • Carren Walker, Community College Mathematics Researcher
  • C. David Walters, SDSU-UCSD Mathematics and Science Education Doctoral Program

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