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- 5How to Help Your Students Succeed in Their Online Courses1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dr. Stephen Murgatroyd
Chief Innovation Officer, Contact North | Contact Nord
This practical and interactive webinar is designed to prepare faculty to help their students succeed in their online courses, including how to:
• Ensure your students have the equipment and devices they need to be effective online learner, ...
- 11Designing and Developing Student-Centered, Competency-Based Online Learning at La Cité10:00 am - 11:00 am
Olivier Chartrand, eLearning Development Manager, Collège La Cité
Learn about the goals, pedagogy and essential characteristics of online competency-based learning developed by the educational development team at La Cité in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Staff focus on instructional design, multimedia design, and continuo, ...
- 14Student perspectives of online and blended learning during the pandemic3:00 pm
As the pandemic has changed the way we think about school and learning, many students have chosen to learn online either temporarily for this school year, or more permanently for the remainder of their K-12 education. Let’s learn from these students about their experiences this year compared to previous years of scho, ...
Webinar: How to Effectively Use Zoom to Provide an Active and Engaged Learning Learning Experience for StudentsWebinar: How to Effectively Use Zoom to Provide an Active and Engaged Learning Learning Experience for Students11:00 am
Presenter: Dr. Ron Owston
As an educator already using Zoom to teach online, learn how to leverage Zoom’s many features to enhance student engagement and learning.
Join Contact North | Contact Nord Research Associate, Dr. Ron Owston for this interactive session focusing on topics such as:
· Engaging students through , ...
- 19Webinar: How to Design Learning to Go Beyond Simple Digitization of the Traditional Classroom1:00 pm
Presenter: Dr. Stephen Murgatroyd
Go beyond using online teaching and learning platforms to present, distribute materials, offer office hours and collect assignments.
Think about teaching and learning differently.
Go beyond the “quick and easy” solution.
Design a really engaging course which students do well in.