Synchronous Solutions—Engaging Learners in Virtual Classrooms

 

Description
 
Synchronous Solutions—Engaging Learners in Virtual Classrooms
On-Demand Training
 
If you cannot make this date and time, you can watch the recording. 
Each participant will receive a link to the recording which is good for one year and can be distributed to your entire faculty and staff via email for viewing anytime, anywhere! 
 

 
Description


Virtual Instructor-Led Classes blend the qualities of instructor-led classroom delivery with the convenience of a virtual, online environment. Positioned to be the next evolution in online/distance learning, this one hour workshop will provide attendees with strategies and tools to enhance the learning experience and engage learners in this exciting new delivery model.
 
Objectives

 

  • How to determine which instructional strategies are best-suited to synchronous online classes.
  • How to incorporate polling and live feedback for learner engagement and assessment.
  • How to create a community of learners using peer-to-peer activities in virtual classrooms.



Who Should Attend?


  • Faculty
  • Instructional Designers
  • Deans
  • Online and Distance Educators


Who is the speaker?


Rebecca Woulfe has been a leader in initiating new and emerging technologies for over 20 years. She served as a leader within a large technology company to bring computer solutions to the printing and advertising industry at the dawn of the personal computer revolution. With the advent of the Internet, she was one of the first to support online learning within higher education. Ms. Woulfe was responsible for launching the online program at a small private university, and currently supports distance learning for a mid-size community college. She is the founder and president of Acadium, a technology company dedicated to “mobilizing” education with innovative cell phone applications. She has a master’s degree from the University of Colorado-Denver in Information and Learning Technologies.