Monthly Archives: September 2015

OKWU Hosts Liberty Symposium

OKWU KEATING CENTER TO HOST LIBERTY SYMPOSIUM  Leading up to the celebration of Constitution Day, Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Keating Center for Capitalism, Free Enterprise, and Constitutional Liberty is hosting their first-ever Liberty Symposium. The symposium, held from September 15-17, will bring in national leaders to speak on key constitutional issues. This year’s focus will be on […]

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New Model: Domains for Good Integrative Learning

In this issue of Connect:ED, I am sharing with our faculty a new idea that I’ve recently begun to develop. It started out as a way of sharing with an online class I am teaching what I really wanted to see happening in their weekly discussions. This is an advanced graduate-level course, so my expectations are […]

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3 Easy Steps to Connect with Online Students

Sustaining high-quality student participation usually does not happen on its own unless I, as an on-line instructor, push it forward. As an adjunct instructor for Oklahoma Wesleyan University I quickly recognized the diversity of student educational interest, their varied academic backgrounds, and the maturation difference between older and younger students. Thus it became necessary to […]

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Q&A with Danielle Valle

What do you do here at OKWU? I am the Director of Academic Advising for AGS. What do you like most about working at OKWU? I really enjoy the people that I work with and helping students make it all the way to commencement. How did you end up here? I’ve been in education as […]

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