Digitally Enhanced Teaching: Fostering Student Engagement in Remote Instruction

Zoom Big Meeting

Fostering substantive student engagement is challenging in any context, but doing so in online instruction carries with it different considerations and challenges. However, with a few structures in place and a clear sense of purpose, teaching classes in online modalities can be intellectually engaging and even enjoyable for students and instructors alike. This session will begin by exploring the meaning and variations of engagement because how we think about this concept will determine, in large part, how we approach course design and instruction. It will then outline different structural actions faculty can take to increase efficiency to maximize the time we have so we can focus on student learning.  It will end with an exploration of and practice with specific teaching technologies that solicit student engagement in different and dynamic ways.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Enoch Hale
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