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Keeping Your Students Engaged: Active Learning in the Online Classroom

Description

Active learning strategies, such as collaborative assignments, peer instruction, case studies, and problem-based learning, lead to deeper learning and greater student engagement in STEM. Many STEM courses are rich with these experiences when meeting face-to-face; however, implementing these high-impact practices in online courses may seem intimidating and/or impossible. In this session, we will discuss several active learning strategies, how to design remote/virtual assessments that utilize these techniques, and the tools to effectively implement them online.

Presenters

  • Courtney Kurtz, Oshkosh campus, Biology
  • Jennifer Wenner, Oshkosh campus, Biology
  • Jennifer Schuttlefield Christus, Oshkosh campus, Biology
  • Dubear Kroening, Fox Cities campus, Biology

Future Sessions

  • There are no sessions scheduled at this time.  Please watch the recording available below.

Past Sessions

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