Fostering Peer-to-Peer Learning with Technology
Monday, January 23 at 12pm ET
Associate Professor of English, Georgia State University Perimeter College
Jennifer Duncan is Associate Professor of English at Georgia State University Perimeter College, where she teaches online classes in composition, literature, and humanities. Prior to that, she was part of the English faculty at Chattanooga State Community College in Tennessee. Jennifer is particularly interested in creating authentic and valuable writing experiences that engage online students. She holds degrees from Emmanuel College and The University of South Carolina in addition to studying at The University of Tennessee. Jennifer is a faculty consultant for Macmillan Learning.
Senior Instructor, Mathematics, Spelman College
As a senior instructor of Mathematics at Spelman College, Kiandra Johnson consistently strives to not only challenge students but to make mathematics relatable, engaging, and easy to understand. This commitment inspires research and implementation of various pedagogical techniques to reach today's student. A native of New Orleans, LA, Kiandra received a Bachelor of Science from Xavier University of Louisianan and a Master of Science from Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
Associate Professor, Colorado School of Mines
Dr. Justin Shaffer is an Associate Teaching Professor in Chemical and Biological Engineering and in Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. He has been a STEM faculty member for 10+ years and teaches introductory biology, anatomy and physiology, introductory thermodynamics and other chemical engineering courses. Dr. Shaffer studies and publishes on the impacts of course structure on student performance and attitudes, especially with regards to student success in first-year STEM courses. He is the founder of Recombinant Education.