Session E3: Student Engagement in Concurrent, Synchronous, and In-Person Classroom Utilizing Top Hat and Collaborate Ultra

Session E3: Student Engagement in Concurrent, Synchronous, and In-Person Classroom Utilizing Top Hat and Collaborate Ultra

Time:
9:00 AM

Presented by Sonya Kowalski and Traci Stewart

In the era of COVID, attendance and absence of ill students as well as safety concerns have become of paramount importance. Additionally, many students are burdened with the care of family members with limited resources, all of which can impact student engagement.  The presenters will discuss experiences with the utilization of concurrent synchronous and in-person learning as student-centered pedagogy and demonstrate the use of resources during a practice session that encourages student engagement. 

 Session Learning Objectives:  

  1. Attendees will be able to identify benefits of concurrent synchronous and in-person learning for ill/quarantined students.
  2. Attendees will be able to identify benefits of virtual attendance options for burdened students as faculty promotion of social justice.
  3. Attendees will learn how to utilize tools including Top Hat and Collaborate to encourage student engagement.

Audience: Faculty 

Registration

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