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Angie Portacio

Instructional Designer
University of San Francisco
Member Type: Staff
Last Login: Feb 17, 2017
Member Since: Jul 20, 2010

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Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • University of San Francisco (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, CA, United States)
Secondary Affiliation:
  • San Francisco State University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, CA, United States)

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Education History

  • MA in Education Instructional Technologies (12/2009)
    San Francisco State University
  • BA in Industrial Arts Graphics Communications (05/2000)
    San Francisco State University

Positions

  • Instructional Designer (07/2013 - Current) University of San Francisco
  • Academic Technology Consultant (01/2001 - 07/2013) San Francisco State University

Teaching Experience

  • ITES 299 ( Current)
    San Francisco State University - How 2 Learn with ur iPod
    This is a fully online course where students learn about learning, metacognition and technology. The outcome for students to learn about their learning styles, learn how to learn and research different technologies that can help them learn.
  • Effective Teaching Practices (ACUE) (Winter 2015)
    Cal State Northridge - Effective Teaching Practices
    Facilitated a pilot for fully online course that teaches faculty to improve and enhance their teaching in the classroom by using different best practices and strategies to engage students.