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Thursday, November 17 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Re-imagining our roles: An emerging framework for ED professional competencies

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How do we define competencies for our field when it evolves so rapidly? The Professional Development Committee (PDC) is in the midst of developing a competency framework inclusive of the diverse individuals and career pathways that comprise the field of educational development (ED). In this session, we will share results that have emerged from a collaborative process used to identify key competencies for educational developers across multifaceted contexts and realities - centering co-creation, critical reflection, and divergent viewpoints. This session invites all participants to join PDC in a collective re:imagination of our roles as educational developers.

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Ted Murcray

Associate Professor, Education, California Baptist University
Ted Murcray, an education professor, speaker, former k12 teacher and school administrator, has spoken at dozens of national and regional conferences. He is currently the Director of the Teaching and Learning Center and associate professor of education at California Baptist University... Read More →
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Kristi Verbeke

Director, Wake Forest University
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Anna Santucci (she/lei/sie/ella)

CIRTL Senior Lecturer, Teaching & Learning Enhancement, University College Cork
Hello dear colleagues!My values: I believe in education for liberation and its power to perform better futures into existence. I cherish human connections, collaborative exploration, and the playful adventure of encountering each other authentically, with curiosity and generosity... Read More →
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Larry Hurtubise

Curriculum and Instruction Consultant, The Ohio State University College of Medicine
I encourage educational development through consultation on curriculum and instructional design and engagement in collaborative educational research. I have written journal articles and been an invited speaker at regional and national medical education conferences on competency-based... Read More →
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Francine Glazer

Associate Provost for Educational Innovation & Director, CTL; President, POD Network, New York Institute of Technology
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Amber Young-Brice

Assistant Professor, Marquette University
I come to educational development with a nursing background.  Areas of interest and experience: consultations, coaching, workshops, course redesign, book groups, Community of Practice, orientation and onboarding of new faculty.  Coordinate and teach a 5 course certificate in teaching... Read More →
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Julia K Metzker

Director for the Washington Center for Improving Undergraduate Education, The Evergreen State College
Julia Metzker believes in the power of a liberal arts education to transform individuals and heal communities.She has experience in many aspects of building effective learning environments and assessing student growth. Julia is thrilled to be able to continue this work as the Director... Read More →
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Anna Donnell

Associate Director, CET&L, University of Cincinnati

Thursday November 17, 2022 4:00pm - 4:45pm PST
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