January Brown Bag Seminar
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1ST PRESENTATION: Dr. Leisa Martin
Middle School Students and the United States Pledge of Allegiance
What are middle school students' views on the United States Pledge of Allegiance?
Leisa A. Martin, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in Social Studies Education. Her research focuses on citizenship education and the United States Pledge of Allegiance.
2ND PRESENTATION: Dr. Peggy Semingson and Dr. Pete Smith
Analyzing 1-On-1 Digital Mentoring in an Online Graduate Course
What is the role of an instructor as coach, facilitator, and mentor within digital mentoring sessions in an all-online course? This study explores the interaction, discourse patterns, and role of the instructor using individualized digital mentoring in an online graduate course.
Peggy Semingson, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Literacy Studies in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Her research focuses on digital pedagogies as well as students who face challenges in literacy learning. Dr. Pete Smith is Assoc. Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The C&I Brown Bag Luncheon Seminars will focus on topics related to teaching and learning. Two twenty minute presentations are followed by a discussion led by a veteran faculty member. Come and learn with us!