Amaury de Siqueira
Director of Online Education
Amaury de Siqueira holds a M.Ed. from the University of California with emphasis in cognitive development. He is currently writing a doctoral dissertation in the Instructional Systems Technology Department at Indiana University. His research explores barriers and affordances for faculty intentions and utilization of quality standards in the design, development, and delivery of online and blended-learning courses in higher-education.
- Director of SPH Office of Online Education at Indiana University (3 years).
- Developed IU system-wide student lifecycle service and support for the Graduate Recruitment Pillar (5 years).
- Instructional designer in Higher Education and the Private sector (20 years).
- Developed training and continuous improvement instructional programs for clinical research assistants and pharmaceutical operations (4 years).
- Learning and training consultant for multinational corporations (2 years).
Amaury de Siqueira’s overall research goals are to contribute to the faculty professional development literature; understand critical success factors for the design and development of online and blended-learning courses; identify areas of faculty development as related to the application of quality standards in the design process; explore strategies to support faculty on-boarding on course design process; to investigate barriers preventing adoption of best-practices in the design and development of online and blended-learning courses. His research agenda contributes to the understanding of factors preventing faculty achievement of excellence in online teaching while better informing Higher Education leadership's strategic decisions to support faculty success in the design and development of online instruction.
Philosophy of Teaching
Learning from over 25 years of experience teaching nationally and internationally, Amaury de Siqueira believes that reflection, learner's feedback, and evaluation of strategies for knowledge sharing are foundational elements for professional growth as an instructor. Co-construction of knowledge through shared didactical experiences with learners provides opportunities for formative and summative instructional evaluation. As a teacher, he believes in creating positive experiences for learners discovery of cognitive and affective potential.
- de Siqueira, A. C., Huber, L., Lynch, A. (2019, October) Faculty Support for the Effective Application of ID Standards in Online Course Development. Indiana University Online Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
- de Siqueira, A. C. (2018, October). Transformative Framework for Cross-Functional Collaboration in the Technology Space. Statewide IT Conference, Bloomington, IN.
- de Siqueira, A. C. (2017, November). Design, Development, And Delivery of Webinars in A Rapidly Changing Technology Landscape. Online Learning Consortium Accelerate, Orlando, FL.
- Cavanaugh, C., de Siqueira, A. C., Huber, L., Huffman, M. (2017, November). Offering Diverse Opportunities through IU Expand: IU's Portal for Development & Learning Enrichment. Indiana University Online Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
- de Siqueira, A. C., Huber, L. (2016, November). Strategies and Best Practices for Prospect Recruitment and Student Retention in Online Graduate Programs. Indiana University Online Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
- de Siqueira, A. C., & Huber, L. (2014). The Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions: The Jesse Fine Fellowships in Practical and Professional Ethics "Approved" Doesn't Mean Just: Ethical Considerations in Research and Healthcare with Diverse Populations.
Kim, M., Jung, E., de Siqueira, A. C., & Huber, L. (2016). An Investigation into Effective Pedagogies in a Flipped Classroom: A Case Study. International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education 31(2): 1-15.
de Siqueira, A. C., & Herring, S. C. (2009). Temporal Patterns in Student-Advisor Instant Messaging Exchanges: Individual Variation and Accommodation. System Sciences. 42nd Hawaii International Conference, IEEE: 1-10.