Showcase & Recognition: 2021 SUNY Online Effective Practices Award Winners
DAY 1: Monday, February 22, 2021
12:45 – 1:45PM
1st History and Scholarly Research: A Blended Approach – Submitted by Fabio Montella, Suffolk – 506 pts
2nd Place: The Open Pedagogy Approach on the Fly: CORONAVIRUS ECONOMICS – Submitted by Veronika Dolar, Old Westbury – 397 pts
3rd Place: Peer course review process at SUNY Canton – Submitted by Tonka Jokelova, Canton – 105 pts
Panel: The SUNY Online Effective Practices Panel
Fabio Montella, Assistant Professor of Library Services and Adjunct Professor of History, Suffolk County Community College.
History and Scholarly Research: A Blended Approach
Rhianna Rogers, Associate Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies (History & Anthropology), Empire State College.
Mark Lewis, Instructional Designer (School for Graduate Studies), Empire State College.
Purposeful Participatory Action Research: Developing Responsive DEI Program
Antonia (Tonka) Jokelova, Director, Center for Learning Design, Innovation, and Online Instruction, SUNY Canton.
Peer course review process at SUNY Canton
Roberta (Robin) Sullivan, Teaching and Learning Strategist, University at Buffalo Libraries.
Cherie van Putten, Instructional Designer, Binghamton University.
Supporting Students’ to Effectively Use Emerging Technologies through SUNY #EmTechMOOC
Carolina Kim de Salamanca, Interim Assistant Director of Educational Technologies, Empire State College.
Michael Panetta, Educational Technologist, Empire State College.
From “There’s an App for That” to “You Can Build an App for That”: Converting a Physical Review Process to a Digital Student Experience with PowerApps
Hua (Helen) Wang, Associate Professor (Department of Communication), University at Buffalo.
Inclusive and Interactive Online Learning through Liberating Structures
The intention of a “community of practice” is to share what you know for the benefit of all in the community. The SUNY Effective Practice Award Program collects, shares, and showcases the online best practices, strategies, and innovative online teaching and learning activities of exemplary SUNY Online Fellows and online practitioners from across the SUNY system.
- All online effective practices submitted are made available to the community for review and consideration.
- The community of online practitioners has the opportunity to vote on their favorite online effective practices.
- Those online effective practices that earn the most votes from the community are recognized with an award and become part of our effective practices repository, with ties to the Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository (TOPR) and the OSCQR rubric .
This panel will recognize and showcase the 2021 SUNY Effective Practices. Award winners will have the opportunity to share and discuss their online effective practices. This session will also provide: An overview of the awards program, an introduction to the Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository (TOPR), how the effective practices inform the OSCQR rubric, and information on how to participate in the SUNY Effective Practice Award Program.