Faculty Champions

thankyou.pngThank you to all of the SAC Faculty Champions for sharing their time and talent by providing Online Teaching Support.

Each department has identified Faculty Champions that are Online Teaching Certified and can provide assistance to Faculty that are currently enrolled in the OTC Course, are preparing their own course for Peer Review or may have other questions about Online Teaching for their specific discipline. Please email sac-teachlearn@alamo.edu if you would like to be included on this list as a Faculty Champion.

Online Teaching Certification (OTC) is a 4 Step Process
1. OTC training (register for a Fall Section on Alamo Talent).
2. Faculty Learners build their online course in a Sand Box by completing OTC course assignments with guidance from the Faculty Mentor (concurrent with step 1. OTC training).
3. Peer Review of the Sand Box course built. (Scheduled to happen sometime in Spring 2021)
4. Completion of Quality Matters workshop (APPQMR) by Fall 2021.

OTC Training Spring 2021
The OTC training is arranged in a series of topics and related tasks. During the training, Faculty Learners will also be building their own online course. They will learn about the elements of a good online course home page, and then build their own home page within their SandBox course. They will be able to use content from their existing courses, and courses from their department, their Faculty Mentor, and their colleagues. The Faculty Mentor's role will be to provide guidance and assistance as needed. Faculty Mentors are enrolled in the Faculty Learner’s SandBox as a “Teacher.” At the end of the training, the OTC workshop facilitator will verify each of those tasks (activities). The role of the Faculty Champion is to answer any question the Faculty Learner or their Mentor may have about the OTC assignments or about setting up their own course in Canvas including preparation for Peer Review.

 

 

 

Faculty Champions by Discipline/Department

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Discipline


Faculty Champion


Email

Arts
Dance
Drama
Music
Speech

 

 

Mathematics
Architecture
Physics
Engineering (MAPE)
Paula McKenna
Lynda Aguirre
Meagan Whaley
Ruby Martinez
Ricardo Pina
David Chavera

pmckenna@alamo.edu
lgreene@alamo.edu
mwhaley4@alamo.edu
rmartinez3@alamo.edu
rpina@alamo.edu
dchavera@alamo.edu

Computer Information Systems
ITSA Academy
Radio, Television, & Broadcasting
Music Business

   
American Sign Language
Interpreter Training
English as a Second Language
World Languages
International Studies
Court Reporting

   
Psychology
Philosophy
Education
Student Development
Human Services

Kathryn J. Miller

Kara Mowrey

Dehlia Wallis

kmiller@alamo.edu

kmowrey1@alamo.edu

dstrong2@alamo.edu

Social Work
Sociology
Early Childhood Studies
History
Criminal Justice
Terri Sinclair tsinclair@alamo.edu
Protective Services
Law Enforcement Academy
Mortuary Science
Political Science
   
Allied Health
Dental Assisting
Medical Assisting
Emergency Medical Services
Kinesiology
   
English
Journalism & Photography
Humanities
EDUC 1301 & 2301
Teacher Education
Mexican American Studies
INRW

Kara Mowrey

Ben Gracy

kmowrey1@alamo.edu

bgracy@alamo.edu

Biological Studies
Chemistry
Anthropology
Medicine
Nutrition
Earth Sciences
Astronomy
Jeremy Motley
Christopher Ray
motley3@alamo.edu
cray56@alamo.edu
Business
Finance
Marketing
Economics
Human Resources Management
Public Administration
Real Estate
Paralegal Studies
   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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