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Sarah Schroeder, University of Cincinnati
Sarah Schroeder is an instructional designer, educator and coach who focuses on the creation of engaging, meaningful and relevant e-learning solutions. Passionate about understanding learner diversity, designing for the way our brains work and keeping learners engaged, she cares about the success of all learners and challenging and empowering them to do more vs. simply learn more. As a faculty member, instructional designer and cheerleader for all things e-learning in the School of Education at the University of Cincinnati, Schroeder coordinates undergraduate educational technology courses for preservice teachers and the Digital Learning Design Certificate. She’s also a certified Quality Matters facilitator and master reviewer, a Google Certified Educator (levels 1 and 2), a graduate of the Educause Educational Technology Leadership Institute and has supported development of solutions for K-12 teachers. She’s currently completing ISTE Certification for Educators. Before joining the University of Cincinnati, Schroeder was a high school English and theater teacher, faculty in the Department of Communication at Northern Kentucky University and an instructional designer in Northern Kentucky University's Center for Innovation and Technology in Education.
Sessions:Using Green Screen Technology to Launch Higher Order Thinking