Attend this workshop to fine-tune your plans to 1) verify student identity, 2) establish guidelines to maximizes academic integrity in all types of online learning activity, 3) better detect breaches of academic integrity, and 4) follow protocols redemptively. Bring a device to access an online course you’ll be teaching in Fall, ready to work in small groups. Leave inspired by best practices you can adopt using tips and tools shared.
Since 2011, Glynis Bradfield has led the creation and coordination of student services for the School of Distance Education. Her responsibilities also include academic advising for all undergraduate distance degree students, coordinating credit for prior learning across all schools and levels, directing assessment of distance education, and building services to students taking Andrews University courses during high school years. Since 1998, Glynis has directed circle.adventist.org, as the curriculum and instruction resource center linking educators transnationally, funded by the North American Division and General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. As adjunct faculty, she has taught for the Mathematics and Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum departments. During the years 1985-1998, she served as a missionary educator in South Africa, Zambia, and Zaire, teaching Kindergarten through college level, developed a literacy center and managed translation, fund-raising for and production of several books and Bible curricula. Her interests in meaningful assessment of Christian spiritual education in Adventist education prompted her doctoral studies, developing and validating the Growing Disciple Inventory, since refined and expanded to additional versions for children, youth, and adults, available online through http://growingfruitfuldisciples.com Her current research projects include dual enrollment and the impact of servant leadership and appreciative strategies on academic advising of post-traditional students.
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