Belen Garcia

Instructional Designer,

Belen Garcia earned her Ph.D. in Learning Design and Technology with a focus on engineering education from Purdue University. Her dissertation is about using computer games for middle school science learning. Previously, she taught an introductory instructional technology course for pre-service teachers to design student-centered instruction for K-12. She has also taught Spanish at the college level and German at the high school level. She assists faculty by providing one-to-one consultations and workshops about curriculum redesign, instructional technology, learning theories, instructional design models and best practices to develop online, hybrid and traditional courses.

Belen’s Recent Blog Posts

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The Art of Giving Meaningful Feedback

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Giving meaningful feedback to your students is an art and it is another way to keep students engaged in your class. Students need constructive feedback from faculty a…

Time-Saving Strategies for Providing Feedback in Online Classes

One of the most important things to consider when teaching online, is about finding ways to provide appropriate and effective feedback to students. Giving students feedback is even more important for …