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LEARNER-CENTERED
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"Whatever you would have your children
conversation." - Lydia H. Sigourney
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become, strive to exhibit it in your own lives and
LEARNER-CENTERED
sYDMOM.png
"Whatever you would have your children
conversation." - Lydia H. Sigourney
box2.jpg
become, strive to exhibit it in your own lives and
LEARNER-CENTERED
sYDMOM.png
"Whatever you would have your children
conversation." - Lydia H. Sigourney
box2.jpg
become, strive to exhibit it in your own lives and
LEARNER-CENTERED
sYDMOM.png
"Whatever you would have your children
conversation." - Lydia H. Sigourney
box2.jpg
become, strive to exhibit it in your own lives and

Collaboration

COLLABORATION

"The richest people in the world look for and build networks. Everyone else looks for work." — Robert Kiyosaki

COIL Fellows Program

In Fall of 2016, Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic was invited to participate in the "2nd Annual Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Fellows Program" sponsored by WVHEPC. COIL is an emerging field of collaborative online international learning and a teaching and learning methodology that fosters exchange between faculty and students with peers abroad through Internet-based communication tools. It includes a model for developing a co-taught multi-cultural online learning environment that emphasizes experiential collaborative learning between students in two or more countries. COIL courses are taught in blended formats with face-to-face sessions at both schools, while collaborative student work takes place online. Howard-Bostic was trained to implement online courses with an international partner during a six-week online COIL course.

Mellon Foundation/COPLAC Digital History Grant

In Fall of 2016, Dr. Howard-Bostic was nominated to develop and co-teach a COPLACDigital/Mellon Foundation course. "READ THE OVERVIEW" of the "Digital History and Community Engagement" course. In the Fall of 2018, Howard-Bostic will co-teach the course with Tina Holmes-Davis, Assistant Professor of Music Education at Georgia College. The synchronous online course will be offered in multiple states to student pairs who are enrolled at COPLAC institutions.

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