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    Join educators, experts, and innovators as we discuss the future of education in three virtual sessions being held in conjunction with the Empirical Educator Project Summit. The sessions will cover improving learning design and delivery platforms in a new, permanently blended, digitally-supported world of teaching and learning, as well as the challenges we should prepare for as AI is envisioned to become more present in educational methods and classrooms.

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    AGENDA

    Tuesday, October 19, 2021
    11:00 - 12:00 PDT

    (R)evolution of Courseware: An EEP-Fostered Collaboration Success
    • Ariel Anbar,
      Director, Center for Education Through eXploration at ASU
    • Kelvin Bentley, Senior Consultant, WGU Labs 
    • Norman Bier,
      Director, Open Learning Initiative & Executive Director, The Simon Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University
    • Michael Feldstein,
      Chief Learning Officer, Argos Education

    At the 2019 EEP Summit, Carnegie Mellon University announced the open-source release of OpenSimon, an infrastructure for empirical education, worth $100 million. Join Ariel, Kelvin, Michael, and Norman to learn about how the collaboration between CMU and ASU’s ETX Center is expanding the contribution to take a leap forward in courseware and learning experience design.

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021
    11:00 - 12:30 PDT

    Active Learning in a Ubiquitously Blended World
    • Whitney Kilgore,
      Co-Founder and CAO, iDesign
    • Stephanie Moore, 
      Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico
    • Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, 
      VP, Learning & Teaching, Engageli
    Join Andreina, Stephanie, and Whitney in an interactive workshop to address the immediate challenges and opportunities of virtual education:
    • What works well in a virtual teaching environment?
    • What doesn’t work well online?
    • As educators, how do we design optimal experiences to connect with students?
    • Why is what we witnessed in 2020 not a variety of online learning on which we should be basing decision making or strategic planning?

    Join us for conversation and networking following the workshop.

    Thursday, October 21, 2021
    11:00 - 12:00 PDT

    Using Data to Inform Humane Teaching
    • Daphne Koller,
      Co-Founder, Coursera and Engageli
    • Michael Feldstein,
      Chief Learning Officer, Argos Education

    Join Daphne and Michael as they discuss how data can be used to improve teaching strategies and support active learning in a blended world.

    Tuesday, October 19, 2021
    14:00 - 15:00 EDT

    (R)evolution of Courseware: An EEP-Fostered Collaboration Success
    • Ariel Anbar,
      Director, Center for Education Through eXploration at ASU
    • Kelvin Bentley, Senior Consultant, WGU Labs 
    • Norman Bier,
      Director, Open Learning Initiative & Executive Director, The Simon Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University
    • Michael Feldstein,
      Chief Learning Officer, Argos Education
    At the 2019 EEP Summit, Carnegie Mellon University announced the open-source release of OpenSimon, an infrastructure for empirical education, worth $100 million. Join Ariel, Kelvin, Michael, and Norman to learn about how the collaboration between CMU and ASU’s ETX Center is expanding the contribution to take a leap forward in courseware and learning experience design.

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021
    14:00 - 15:30 EDT

    Active Learning in a Ubiquitously Blended World
    • Whitney Kilgore, 
      Co-Founder and CAO, iDesign
    • Stephanie Moore, 
      Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico
    • Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, 
      VP, Learning & Teaching, Engageli
    Join Andreina, Stephanie, and Whitney in an interactive workshop to address the immediate challenges and opportunities of virtual education:
    • What works well in a virtual teaching environment?
    • What doesn’t work well online?
    • As educators, how do we design optimal experiences to connect with students?
    • Why is what we witnessed in 2020 not a variety of online learning on which we should be basing decision making or strategic planning?

    Join us for conversation and networking following the workshop.

    Thursday, October 21, 2021
    14:00 - 15:00 EDT

    Using Data to Inform Humane Teaching
    • Daphne Koller,
      Co-Founder, Coursera and Engageli
    • Michael Feldstein,
      Chief Learning Officer, Argos Education

    Join Daphne and Michael as they discuss how data can be used to improve teaching strategies and support active learning in a blended world.

    Tuesday, October 19, 2021
    20:00 - 21:00 CEST

    (R)evolution of Courseware: An EEP-Fostered Collaboration Success
    • Ariel Anbar,
      Director, Center for Education Through eXploration at ASU
    • Kelvin Bentley, Senior Consultant, WGU Labs 
    • Norman Bier,
      Director, Open Learning Initiative & Executive Director, The Simon Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University
    • Michael Feldstein,
      Chief Learning Officer, Argos Education
    At the 2019 EEP Summit, Carnegie Mellon University announced the open-source release of OpenSimon, an infrastructure for empirical education, worth $100 million. Join Ariel, Kelvin, Michael, and Norman to learn about how the collaboration between CMU and ASU’s ETX Center is expanding the contribution to take a leap forward in courseware and learning experience design.

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021
    20:00 - 21:30 CEST

    Active Learning in a Ubiquitously Blended World
    • Whitney Kilgore, 
      Co-Founder and CAO, iDesign
    • Stephanie Moore,
      Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico
    • Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, 
      VP, Learning & Teaching, Engageli
    Join Andreina, Stephanie, and Whitney in an interactive workshop to address the immediate challenges and opportunities of virtual education:
    • What works well in a virtual teaching environment?
    • What doesn’t work well online?
    • As educators, how do we design optimal experiences to connect with students?
    • Why is what we witnessed in 2020 not a variety of online learning on which we should be basing decision making or strategic planning?

    Join us for conversation and networking following the workshop.

    Thursday, October 21, 2021
    20:00 - 21:00 CEST

    Using Data to Inform Humane Teaching
    • Daphne Koller,
      Co-Founder, Coursera and Engageli
    • Michael Feldstein,
      Chief Learning Officer, Argos Education

    Join Daphne and Michael as they discuss how data can be used to improve teaching strategies and support active learning in a blended world.

    SPEAKERS

    Ariel Anbar, PhD
    Ariel Anbar, PhD

    Director, Center for Education Through eXploration at Arizona State University

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    Ariel Anbar, PhD

    Director, Center for Education Through eXploration at Arizona State University


    Ariel Anbar is a scientist and educator interested in Earth’s evolution as an inhabited world, and the prospects for life beyond. Trained as a geologist and a chemist, Anbar is a President’s Professor at Arizona State University, where he is on the faculty of the School of Earth & Space Exploration and the School of Molecular Sciences, and a Distinguished Sustainability Scholar in the Global Institute of Sustainability. The author or co-author of over 100 refereed papers, Anbar directed ASU's NASA-funded Astrobiology Program from 2009 - 2015. Recognized as an education innovator, he now directs ASU's Center for Education Through eXploration.

    Kelvin Bentley, PhD
    Kelvin Bentley, PhD

    Senior Consultant, WGU Labs

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    Kelvin Bentley, PhD

    Senior Consultant, WGU Labs


    Kelvin Bentley has over 20 years of experience leading online learning initiatives as an administrator and consultant for two- and four-year colleges and universities and k-12 and for-profit organizations. Kelvin currently serves as a senior consultant at WGU Labs’ business accelerator program designed to help early-stage education companies make a social impact for learners in higher education. Kelvin has served as a digital learning consultant for organizations including Success Academy Charter Schools, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Tyton Partners, and Entangled Solutions. Dr. Bentley has received different honors including his selection as a Digital Learning Fellow by the Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO) in 2017, receiving Blackboard’s 2017 Catalyst Award for Inclusive Education, and his selection as a Fulbright Specialist in 2010 in which he provided faculty development in online course design and instruction to University of Medellin faculty.

    Norman Bier, MA
    Norman Bier, MA

    Director, Open Learning Initiative & Executive Director, The Simon Initiative at CMU

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    Norman Bier, MA

    Director, Open Learning Initiative & Executive Director, The Simon Initiative at CMU


    Norman Bier is Director of the Open Learning Initiative (OLI) and the Executive Director of the Simon Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University. His work at OLI sits at the intersection of CMU’s internal educational practice, ongoing learning science research, and external collaborations. Norman has spent his career at the intersection of learning and technology, working to expand access to and improve the quality of education.

    Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, PhD
    Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, PhD

    VP of Learning & Teaching, Engageli

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    Andreina Bloom Parisi-Amon, PhD

    VP of Learning & Teaching, Engageli


    Andreina Parisi-Amon is the VP of Learning & Teaching at Engageli. She brings over 15 years of experience across academia and industry-driving innovation in education. Before joining Engageli, she spent three years in K-12 applied learning development, and five years creating and leading Coursera’s Teaching & Learning team. She has extensive experience in research, curriculum development, teaching, and building partnerships with university and industry leaders. Andreina has a Ph.D. from Stanford University and a BSc from Duke University.

    Michael Feldstein
    Michael Feldstein

    Co-founder and CLO of Argos Education, Chief Accountability Officer at e-Literate

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    Michael Feldstein

    Co-founder and CLO of Argos Education, Chief Accountability Officer at e-Literate


    A teacher from a family of teachers, Michael is best known in higher education for his e-Literate weblog on many aspects of technology-enabled education. The Empirical Educator Project (EEP) arose out of his experiences writing e-Literate and Argos Education arose out of collaborations within EEP. Michael has worked in both universities and EdTech companies and, more recently, has worked as a consultant/marriage counselor to both.

    Whitney Kilgore, PhD
    Whitney Kilgore, PhD

    Co-Founder and Chief Academic Officer, iDesign

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    Whitney Kilgore, PhD

    Co-Founder and Chief Academic Officer, iDesign


    Dr. Kilgore is a noted leader in the field of instructional design. She is responsible for the creation and refinement of high-quality online degree programs around the world that emphasize increased learner engagement and humanized teaching practices.

    Daphne Koller, PhD
    Daphne Koller, PhD

    Co-Founder, Engageli, Co-Founder Coursera

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    Daphne Koller, PhD

    Co-Founder, Engageli, Co-Founder Coursera


    Daphne Koller is a Co-Founder and Board Member of Engageli. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, where she was a member of the faculty team for 18 years. She is a MacArthur Fellowship recipient and a member of both the National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 2012, Daphne was selected as one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People. She co-founded Coursera, one of the world’s largest online education platforms, and Insitro, a machine learning-enabled drug discovery company. She is also the author of over 200 publications. Koller has a BSc and MSc from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a Ph.D. from Stanford University.

    Stephanie Moore, PhD
    Stephanie Moore, PhD

    Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico

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    Stephanie Moore, PhD

    Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico


    Dr. Stephanie Moore has designed and led award-winning online programs for over 20 years, developing solutions in different disciplines including virtual and remote engineering labs, and has authored several articles and books on effective design of online learning, including the widely-read article “The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning” and a soon-to-be-released book, SEL at a Distance. She is an assistant professor in the Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences program at the University of New Mexico.

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