Creating Community Without the Classroom: Lessons From Leaders in Online Learning
November 10, 2021
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After a year of remote learning, how have instructors built a sense of community even without face-to-face interaction? Join four experts in instructional design and pedagogy as they discuss how inquiry-based discussion can foster peer-to-peer interaction, help students formulate inquiries, and create community even in an online context.
Join this webinar to learn:
- What teaching and learning leaders at National University, University of Phoenix, and Rio Salado College consider when choosing which technology to implement;
- How the right technology fosters a genuine spirit of inquiry and camaraderie regardless of the setting; and
- Why inquiry-driven approaches to discussion, like Packback's, enable instructors to build more meaningful and engaged communities that keep learning going, even outside the context of in-class assignments.
Presenters: Dr. Marie Cini, Acting CEO, ED2WORK; Michael Medlock, M. Ed., Associate Dean, Instructional Design and Technology, Rio Salado College; Dr. Shannon McCarty, Vice President, Academic Affairs, Bay Path University; Dr. Allison Rief, Lead Faculty, AAECE, BAECE, and BAECEA, University of Arizona Global Campus
This webinar is presented by Packback and the League for Innovation in the Community College.