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Kasey Fulton, M.Sc

Kasey Fulton
Discipline/Program
Centre for Teaching and Learning
Title
Learning Designer
Phone
403.314.2421
Biography

As a Learning Designer, Kasey supports the scholarship of teaching and learning including curriculum development and online and blended course design. Within her position she supports course developers in utilizing emerging technologies to promote student engagement and collaboration to create a  learner-centred online learning environment and experience. Her research interests include instructional media and excellence in blended and online design, teaching, and learning.

Education
  • Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education Certificate, - University of British Columbia
  • Aboriginal Awareness Certificate - NAIT
  • M.S. Education (Instructional Media) - Wilkes University
  • Early Learning and Childcare Certificate - Lakeland College
  • Bachelor of Human Ecology - University of Manitoba
Main Areas of Teaching
  • Online course design, development, and delivery.
  • Blended course design, development, and delivery.
  • Curriculum Development and Redevelopment.
Scholarly Activity

2017: Educational Developers’ Caucus Grant. Project Title:  The Canadian Context of Faculty Development Programs for Teaching Online in PSE: Recommendations and Resources.
 

Conference Presentations:

  • With Charlene Jones, Melanie Latham and Leanne Vig, “The Evolution of a Framework for Quality Online Courses.” Interactive Presentation. Educational Development Caucus(EDC) Conference, Halifax, February 21, 2020.
     
  • With Charlene Jones, Melanie Latham and Leanne Vig, “Life After Online Course Development: Evolving into Quality Delivery.” Poster Presentation. Educational Development Caucus(EDC) Conference, Halifax, February 21, 2020.
     
  • With Melanie Pereversoff, “Colouring Outside the Lines- The Decision to Do Online Course Development Differently.” Pecha Kucha Presentation. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) 2017, Halifax, June 21, 2017.
  • With Melanie Pereversoff, “Building the New, Not Fighting the Old- An Innovative Approach to Online Course Development.” Poster Presentation. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) 2017, Halifax, June 21, 2017.

  • With Melanie Pereversoff, “Building the New, Not Fighting the Old- An Innovative Approach to Online Course Development.” IDEAS Conference, Calgary, May 4, 2017.

  • With Jennifer Thomas, “The Canadian Context of Faculty Development Programs for Teaching Online in PSE.” Educational Development Caucus(EDC) Conference, Victoria, February 15, 2018.
     

Current Research:

  • At present and in collaboration with RDC colleagues Alison Jeppesen and Jennifer Thomas, our EDC Grant Funded Project is examining programs designed to prepare faculty and graduate students to teach in an online environment.
     

Professional Memberships:

  • Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE)
  • Educational Developers Network of Alberta (EDNA)
  • Educational Developers Caucus (EDC)
     

Awards and Honours:

  • 2017: Educational Developers’ Caucus Grant. Project Title:  The Canadian Context of Faculty Development Programs for Teaching Online in PSE: Recommendations and Resources. Co-researchers: Alison Jeppesen  and Jennifer Thomas, Red Deer College

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