As we plan ahead with uncertainty, our technology stack should support all teaching modes and active learning in and out of class.
2020 brought a partial, even total, reliance on online learning for routine education. Here are 5 innovative ways to boost student engagement in 2021.
In learning cohorts, there is a struggle between advocacy and inquiry – the former usually wins, unless, we can stimulate productive exchange through dialogue.
Daring to know in our era is signified by being bold enough. Times are calling for better and deeper discussions, to be more rational and evidence-based.
Dr. Anat Itay-Sarig, an expert of strategies towards Wellbeing and Progress, shares best practices for the use of online discussion board to promote active learning.
Rob Ditto, a Technical Director at Wharton School, will guide us through the steps to find, choose and qualify EdTech tools for teaching and learning.
Prof. Andrew Paterson discusses how to develop Your Students’ Debating Skills Via Ment.io
Enno Siemsen, Associate Dean at the Wisconsin School of Business, discusses how can professors use today’s innovative software to drive depth of learning at scale.
Dr. McMahon, from Creighton University, is discussing how asynchronous discussions can be adopted to your students learning and your own teaching styles.