evolution of educational process and opportunity.
at UWSP exists within the educational context
|Stevens Point Normal opened its doors in 1894
to 300 students.
Educator in the front, you take notes from what they
say and from what they write on the blackboard.
Order and sequence of the presentation is educator determined.
You had to be close enough to see the blackboard.
Class is time and space fixed.
|UWSP now serves ~8000 students as a major
undergraduate university with a clearly stated wellness
Educator in the front, you take notes from what
they say and from their handouts, overheads, and slides.
and sequence of the presentation is educator determined.
The room could be bigger, based on the image magnification of the
time and space fixed.
Mostly absorption learning.
|More students could be reached
statewide after the university joined the Wisconsin Overlay
Network for Distance Education Resources (WONDER), an
audio/video system joining five state universities and four
|Dr. Thomas George became UWSP's
12th chancellor in the fall of 1996, adopting "Leading
Edge Teaching and Learning" as a guide for UWSP in the
Educator may be in a different continent.
You may return to any content at will, save it to disk, link to
original sources, videos, assessments, chat with world wide
You select the order and sequence of the learning.
Class is asynchronous, you determine time for participation.
Learning can be more active. You feel more in control.
THIS THE FUTURE?
Evolution at UWSP
BOWEN'S VIEW OF THE PAST
HETTLER'S VERSION OF THE HISTORY OF WELLNESS
MOSIER'S VIEW OF THE PRESENT
"The Real Father of Wellness at UWSP"
Powerful Spokesperson Pulled Off
The Largest "Land" Deal In the History of
Stevens Point, "We Give Up Sand, They Give Us a Lake"
Advancement of Technology, Support of Academic Wellness Program,
& HEC Building Addition For UWSP
This effort would not have been possible without
the help of many people. Thanks to: Don Johnson, Don Ardell, Bob Hettler,
Mary Fleischauer, John Jury, Denny Tierney, Jim Zach, Jane Jones, Richard
Keeling, John Munson, Roger Bullis, Randy Peelen, Ernie Randolfi, Anne
Hoffmann, Ken Kitowski, Carol Weston, Bob Mosier, Sheryl Neuman, Ed
Richmond, Joeli Hettler, Kathy McGinnis, Tom Richardson, Bob Bowen,
John Travis, Lou Robbins, George Heeres, Helen Godfrey, Jerry Lineberger,
Joanna Squire, John Zach, Kathy Paulson, Julie Zsido, Lea Furbeck, Fred
Leafgren, Dennis Elsenrath, Stephanie Whiting, Linda Chapin, Ilona
Kickbusch, Joeli Hettler, Tom Ferguson, Jonathon Robison, Don Kemper, John
Betinis, Kirby Throckmorton, & many other faculty and staff,
plus hundreds of students.
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COST BENEFIT REVIEW