Teaching Online for Absolute Beginners

About this webinar

The move to remote emergency teaching earlier this year was a hurried but necessary measure. As education and learning communities grapple with the “new normal” it is time to reimagine how we teach. Transforming in-person instruction to sustainable and effective online learning is a challenge, especially for the absolute beginner online teacher. How do you keep your students engaged, motivated and excited to continue learning while not on campus? How do you maintain the same quality and rigor of campus when fully online? What is an LMS, and do I really need one?

This 1 hour webinar was recorded live on May 27th, 2020.


 


       
       
       
     
    

About this webinar

The move to remote emergency teaching earlier this year was a hurried but necessary measure. As education and learning communities grapple with the “new normal” it is time to reimagine how we teach. Transforming in-person instruction to sustainable and effective online learning is a challenge, especially for the absolute beginner online teacher. How do you keep your students engaged, motivated and excited to continue learning while not on campus? How do you maintain the same quality and rigor of campus when fully online? What is an LMS, and do I really need one?

This 1 hour webinar was recorded live on May 27th, 2020.

Join Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX, Nina Huntemann, VP Learning, and  Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Science Director at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center as they demystify the tools and techniques of online instruction and bust the myths about online learning lacking quality, rigor and engagement. 

In this webinar you will learn: 

  1. The difference between remote instruction and online teaching and learning.

  2. Where do I start? Guidance for redesigning your classroom pedagogy for online.

  3. What the research says about online education quality and rigor. 

This webinar is free to anyone who registers using the registration form on this page. 

Not able to attend?
Register anyway.  We'll send you a link to watch it on-demand once the presentation has concluded. 

We look forward to seeing you at the webinar.

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About this webinar

The move to remote emergency teaching earlier this year was a hurried but necessary measure. As education and learning communities grapple with the “new normal” it is time to reimagine how we teach. Transforming in-person instruction to sustainable and effective online learning is a challenge, especially for the absolute beginner online teacher. How do you keep your students engaged, motivated and excited to continue learning while not on campus? How do you maintain the same quality and rigor of campus when fully online? What is an LMS, and do I really need one?

This 1 hour webinar was recorded live on May 27th, 2020.

Join Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX, Nina Huntemann, VP Learning, and  Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Science Director at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center as they demystify the tools and techniques of online instruction and bust the myths about online learning lacking quality, rigor and engagement. 

In this webinar you will learn: 

  1. The difference between remote instruction and online teaching and learning.

  2. Where do I start? Guidance for redesigning your classroom pedagogy for online.

  3. What the research says about online education quality and rigor. 

This webinar is free to anyone who registers using the registration form on this page. 

Not able to attend?
Register anyway.  We'll send you a link to watch it on-demand once the presentation has concluded. 

We look forward to seeing you at the webinar.