Tolulope (Tolu) Noah, Ed.D. is the Instructional Learning Spaces Coordinator at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). In this role, she provides pedagogical support to faculty teaching in multiple modalities, including facilitating faculty development workshops about active learning strategies, teaching and learning with the iPad, and other technology-enhanced teaching topics. Previously, Tolu was a Senior Professional Learning Specialist at Apple, where she facilitated on-site and online professional development for K-12 teachers and university faculty nationwide on how they could use iPads and MacBooks to transform teaching and learning. Tolu was also an associate professor in the undergraduate teacher education program at Azusa Pacific University, and she was honored to receive the university-wide Teaching Excellence Faculty Award in 2019. Tolu enjoys designing interactive workshops and webinars to help educators learn how they can effectively integrate content, pedagogy, and technology in order to enhance student learning. You can connect with Tolu on Twitter (@drtolunoah), LinkedIn, Mastodon (@[email protected]), or via her website, www.tolunoah.com!
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