Much has been written about the lessons from the Covid-19 induced pivot to emergency remote learning in higher education. Numerous studies and anecdotes point to deteriorating student performance during the pandemic and cite remote instruction as the reason. There seems to be a cause-and-effect bandwagon that a strict diet of online learning is bad for students at any level and a return to in-person instruction is the answer.
Critics of online learning often blame the medium itself rather than an ineffective learning experience, when the focus should be on how to deliver the best teaching possible using all available tools and formats.
Join us on Thursday, December 8th for an interactive session on how to future-proof your instruction with resilient teaching and intentional online learning. We’re honored to feature three experts on this very topic: Rebecca M. Quintana, PhD, Associate Director, Learning Experience Design, Center for Academic Innovation at the University of Michigan, Stephanie Moore Assistant Professor, Organization, Information and Learning Sciences at The University New Mexico, and Andreina Parisi-Amon, PhD, VP of Learning and Teaching at Engageli.
Key takeaways from this session include:
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