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Sarah Schroeder

Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati

Sarah Schroeder is an instructional designer, educator, and coach in the creation of engaging, relevant e-learning solutions. Passionate about understanding learner diversity, designing in accord with the way our brains work, and keeping learners engaged, she cares about the success of all learners and challenging and empowering them to do more vs. simply learn more. Sarah coordinates undergraduate pre-service teacher educational technology initiatives at the University of Cincinnati and is an ISTE Certified Educator.

She is also the mother of two. Her daughter attends an online middle school, and her son attends a traditional middle school that shifted to remote instruction amidst the pandemic.

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