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Tips from Teachers on Engaging Students in Online Live Sessions and Asynchronous Discussions

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Mindy Branson

Math Teacher, Grades 7-12
Mountain Heights Academy

Kirky DeLong

Assistant Director, Special Projects (MIT Open Learning)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Meghan Perdue

Digital Learning Fellow School of Humanities, Arts and Social Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Saif Rayyan

Assistant Director, J-WEL
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Glenda Stump

Education Research Scientist
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Lucas Tambasco

Assistant Professor of Computational Science
Minerva Schools at KGI

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools and universities are moving their instruction temporarily online. One of the approaches taken by teachers is to move their face-to-face instruction to live online sessions, and facing challenges to maintain the same level of interaction as in physical classrooms.

Join us to hear from experienced educators on how to address these challenges. Bring your questions and share your experience! The session aims to provide a space for the community to share experiences and lessons as we are all adapting to the new reality in which many of us have to move our instruction online with little time to plan and design.

Who should watch:
This session is aimed at middle school, high school, and instructors working in higher education.

Links to slides:
Slides by Lucas Tambasco
Slides by Meghan Perdue
Slides by Mindy Branson
Slides by Glenda Stump

Topics: Blended/Hybrid Learning COVID-19 Response & Resources

Licensing Information: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0