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Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Section Webinar
Transition to Remote Learning

Day & Time of Webinar:
Thursday, April 2, 2020
2:00 pm (EDT) (11:00 am PDT)

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Webinar Description:
As each school makes decisions about moving to remote learning, DeAnna Martin and Jill Mitchell, who have combined over 30 years of experience teaching onsite, online and hybrid accounting courses, will share with you their top tips for teaching remotely.  It takes time and creativity to design a student-centered online course, but DeAnna and Jill will share ideas and resources for you to make this transition smooth for you and your students. 

Panelists:
Presenter: Jill Mitchell, Northern Virginia Community College
Presenter: DeAnna Martin, Santiago Canyon College
Moderator: Jennifer Cainas, University of South Florida
 

CPE Information:
Field of Study: Accounting
Credit: 1.2 CH
Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based Program
Program Level: Beginner



Learning Objectives:
Participants will:

  • Communicate with students clearly and consistently 
  • Engage with students utilizing both low-tech and high-tech approaches
  • Assess students' knowledge utilizing technology and assessment design techniques to maintain academic integrity

Prerequisites/Additional Information:
n/a
 

Fees:
No fee for the webinar. For more information regarding refunds, complaints and program cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (941) 921-7747.
 

For more information regarding this webinar, please contact Jennifer Cainas, jmcainas@usf.edu.
 

Bio of the Presenters:
Jill Mitchell
Northern Virginia Community College

Jill Mitchell, MS, MEd, CIA, is a Professor of Accounting at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), where she has taught face-to-face, hybrid, and online since 2008. Since 2009, she has been an adjunct instructor at George Mason University (GMU). She is a past president of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the Accounting and Financial Women’s Alliance (AFWA), and she served on the board of directors of the Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA). Prior to joining the faculty at NOVA, Jill was a senior auditor with EY’s Business Risk Services practice in Miami, Florida. She is a certified internal auditor and earned an MS in accountancy from the University of Virginia and a BBA in management information systems from the University of Georgia honors program. Recently, she earned an MEd in Instructional Design Technology from GMU. Jill is a 2019 recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Award, the Commonwealth’s highest honor for faculty of Virginia’s universities and colleges presented by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; the Virginia Community College System Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence; and the AAA/J. Michael and Mary Anne Cook/Deloitte Foundation Prize, the foremost recognition of an individual who consistently demonstrates the attributes of a superior teacher in the discipline of accounting.

DeAnna Martin
Santiago Canyon College

DeAnna Martin is a professor at Santiago Canyon College in Orange, CA. She has been teaching since 2001, both in the classroom and online. Her courses include Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and Small Business Accounting. On occasion, she will teach QuickBooks, Cost Accounting, or Auditing. Before teaching, she worked at a number of CPA firms, starting at Deloitte, and also worked in private industry.  She obtained her CPA license, and she earned her MBA degree with a double emphasis in Accounting and Finance. She has earned two online teaching certifications utilizing both BlackBoard and Canvas platforms.  She has also served with the Online Education Initiative to design a California state-wide online course rubric. She enjoys teaching full-time as well as providing her expertise as a CPA to her clients. She also enjoys presenting at teaching conferences and webinars. For fun, she enjoys doing ministry work in Mexico, traveling around the world, playing beach volleyball, and dancing competitively.

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