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Faculty Presenters Headline Instructional Technology Showcase

Chef Charles R. Niedermyer II shows a segment of a video series that gives students an advanced demonstration of what they'll practice in lab.
Chef Charles R. Niedermyer II shows a segment of a video series that gives students an advanced demonstration of what they’ll practice in lab.
JoAnn H. Pacenta details how she uses the Platform for Learning and Teaching-Online for gauging students' fulfillment of assignments.
JoAnn H. Pacenta details how she uses the Platform for Learning and Teaching-Online for gauging students’ fulfillment of assignments.
Eric K. Albert enhances his presentation with pass-around examples of additive manufacturing.
Eric K. Albert enhances his presentation with pass-around examples of additive manufacturing.

Three faculty members who have innovatively woven technology into their face-to-face and online classrooms were featured at this week’s Instructional Technology Showcase, held in a Madigan Library computer lab by Penn College’s Office of Instructional Technology. Presenters were Chef Charles R. Niedermyer II, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts, who discussed “Using Classroom Capture to Enhance Hands-On Demonstrations;” JoAnn H. Pacenta, instructor of business administration/accounting, who explained her process of “Keeping Students on Tasks With P.L.A.T.O. Checklists;” and Eric K. Albert, associate professor of machine tool technology/automated manufacturing, who shared “3-D Printing in the Classroom: Adding New Dimensions to Learning.”

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