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​Faculty Tech Coaches

Saint Paul College has 6 instructors serving as Faculty Tech Coaches - like peer mentors - available to help you improve your online/hybrid teaching and learn new tech tools.

Faculty Tech Coaches work with the Academic Effectiveness and Innovation and IT departments to co-lead PD sessions, and develop training content for the AEI Teaching and Learning web page and IT Knowledge Database. You can also meet them 1-on-1 or invite them to speak to a department or division meeting.

Faculty Tech Coaches can help you try out a new tool, increase online engagement, redesign your online/hybrid courses, and save time.

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Meet our Faculty Tech Coaches

Gina Dabrowski

As a faculty member and former Instructional Designer, I am passionate about sharing knowledge and guiding others through their digital journey. I enjoy teaching across all environments, face-to-face, hybrid, and fully online and use my experiences to assist faculty in growing their D2L Brightspace skills, while empowering student engagement.

Lisa Borys Jensen

My Faculty Tech Coach areas include Basic & Advanced D2L Brightspace, Course Design, Online Engagement, Active Learning Strategies, and Assessment. My goals are to help faculty streamline their grading time by using Brightspace tools like rubrics and assignments and to increase student engagement in their online courses.

Isa Keller

Isa can help with using D2L Brightspace and can organize virtual D2L Reflective Group sessions for you and your colleagues. These informal sessions are a great way to share ideas and ask questions about ways that we can better use D2L to engage students. Isa can also help with Office 365 tools such as Bookings and OneDrive.

Debra Kasel

I help faculty align course learning objectives with assessment activities. Focusing on using engaging activities using current technology to provide an enhanced educational experience for the students.

Jeremy Sartain

Jeremy has been a faculty member at Saint Paul College for 20 years teaching a diverse set of classes in massage therapy, health and exercise science. Creating flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of the diverse student body at Saint Paul College, Jeremy has continued to implemented a modified version of HiFlex to improve scheduling, lower barriers for access and improve outcomes.

Alli Esther

Alli is a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer and enjoys helping make online classes friendlier for students. She has just started teaching in the Hyflex classroom on campus and is excited to share her adventures. She is also a member of the technology committee and loves to help with anything technology related.

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