Patrick Dickson's Presentations

 

AERA 2006. A Matrix Model for Sharing Web-Based Portfolios in an Online and Traditional Capstone Course. Presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, April 9, 2006.

Portfolios on the Web: A Shared Resource for Personal and Institutional Improvement, AERA 2002.

Notes for Discussion of Redesign of 133 Erickson, College Faculty Meeting, May 11, 2004.

Notes on Redesign of 133 Erickson, College Faculty Meeting, September 22, 2004.

Design Concept for 133 Erickson. A two-page vision.  Main ideas.

Photos of Computer Spaces.

Web-Based Portfolios for Teachers, Students, and Schools, Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools, Bangkok, Thailand, April 2, 2004.  NESA PowerPointNESA Resources.

Student Portfolios at International Schools.

Teacher Portfolio Examples.

Web-Based Portfolios for Teachers, Students, and Schools: The Power of Making Good Work Visible, EARCOS Teachers' Conference 2004, Bangkok, Thailand, March 27, 2004.  Workshop PowerPoint.

Clarifying Your Thoughts About Games: Some Dimensions as Heuristics in Deciding How You Might Use Games in Your Teaching. A part of an interactive panel on What Should Higher Education Learn from Games? at the 2004 NLII Annual Meeting: New Learning Ecosystems. (with Carrie Heeter and Brian Winn). San Diego, January 2004. NLII Icebreaker.

Discussion, Debate, Writing, and Publishing: The Case of Cuban and Pea, Invited Participation
Proseminar in Learning, Technology and Culture, Michigan State University, September 16, 2002.

Portfolios in the Masters Program in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education. for K-12 Administrators, Notes from a workshop, September 26, 2002.

Lessons Learned When Higher Education Faculty Teach Online, International Conference on Educational Technology in Higher  Education, Peking University, Beijing, China, May 6-10, 2002.

Lessons Learned When Higher Education Faculty Teach Online, Michigan Virtual University and Virtual High School Symposium, Leadership Strategies for E-Learning: High School to Higher Education, Henry Center for Executive Development Michigan State University, February 6, 2002.

Enhancing Education in Agriculture Workshop: Information Technology and Education, June 12, 2001.

Online Education in Education: We're All in the Together (and that's pretty scary). Presentation at the Michigan Virtual High School Symposium, Kellogg Center, Michigan State University, May 23, 2001.

Ideas for Discussion, for visitors from the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies, Universiteit Twente, October 19-20, 2000.

Learning to Learn and Teach in a Virtually New World, Tenth Annual Michigan Technology Conference & Exposition, Michigan Institute for Educational Management, November 17, 2000.

Preparing Future Faculty at MSU: Making Our Doctoral Students Competitive for Positions in Universities and Other Settings Where Experience and Expertise in Teaching Online Courses is Becoming Critical for Success. A discussion led by Patrick Dickson as part of the Explorations in Instructional Technology Discussion Series, Michigan State University, November 3, 2000.

Effectiveness of Technology in Schools.A presentation to the TechLit Conference at the Hill Center, Lansing School District, October 13, 2000.

Miscellaneous

CEP 813: Example for Talks.

Chinese Menu as Model for Curriculum Offerings.

Dilbert on Myers-Briggs.

Dream Scenarios Handout.

Questions to ask your students about technology.

 

Note: This is an index to my "talks" folder in my AFS "web" folder provided by MSU. By saving this as "index.htm" I do not have to remember what the filenames are for these various talks and presentations.