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GPTK774 - Best Practices for Promoting Interaction & Participation on Zoom

The Zoom classroom requires instructors to build strategies for ensuring students are actively participating during live online classes. This workshop will examine Zoom tools that promote interaction and provide tips for keeping students engaged with you, the Instructor, the class content, and their peers.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this workshop, Instructors will be able to:
• Identify Zoom tools that promote interaction and participation
• Identify best practices for using Zoom tools during their lessons

Leaders Information

Carol Hawthorne is a Curriculum Developer in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Concordia University and a teacher at the university’s Centre for Continuing Education. As an instructional designer, she practices constructive alignment and is especially interested in student engagement. As an educator, her focus is on active learning methodologies and using evaluation rubrics and meta-cognitive strategies to promote learner success.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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