COVID-19 Resource: Tips and tricks: Keeping students engaged in an online environment
Other Title(s)Sigma Education: COVID-19. Webinar 12
Author DetailsMichael Joseph S. Dino, PhD, MAN, LPT, RN, Director of the Research Development & Innovation Center at Our Lady of Fatima University; Missi Stec, DNP, CNM, APRN, FACNM, FAAN, Professor & Associate Dean for Evaluation and Educational Innovation at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University
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Online learning environments provide the unique benefit of extending educational access to students at any time and place. However, there are numerous challenges related to thoughtful engagement of students, assessment of learning, and more. Many educators are needing to transition to virtual learning. This presentation provides tips and tricks for delivering a high-quality online learning experience.
- Discuss educational theories related to online or virtual student learning
- Describe at least two ideas that can be implemented in online or virtual teaching
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Repository Posting Date2020-06-11T17:38:19Z
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