The things that you may have been doing in person may not work in online environments. There are ways to use the spaces more intentionally so students have to participate. How can we counter the perception that online learning is isolating and not engaging, and instead is a place to have rich discussions and form friendships? Join us for Engaging Students in Online Courses: Synchronous and Asynchronous Options, a workshop that will explore answers to those issues. The workshop's facilitators are Maria Gallardo-Williams, a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning faculty fellow, and Angie Smith, a teaching associate professor in the College of Education. The workshop is part of the Office Faculty Development's four-part Conversation Series.
The workshop will take place via Zoom. Please register if you would like to participate. Registrants will receive more information about how to access the workshop.
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at 11:30 am to 12:30 pmVirtual Event