Piazza Webinar Dec 4 Piazza Webinar December 4 2014


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Beyond Office Hours:

Four approaches to enrich student engagement

Professors everywhere struggle to initiate and sustain student engagement. With trends in higher education pointing to larger classes, floods of instructional tools, and students taking more online courses, you might find yourself overwhelmed, asking: Which tools should I use? Who among my peers is successfully adjusting to these trends? Which students might I reach that I haven’t previously? How do I offer personalized attention to my students without being available 24/7?

This webinar will take a close look at four case studies from leading STEM professors who are leveraging technology to meaningfully engage their students in four specific learning environments: 1) a traditional class, 2) a flipped classroom, 3) a hybrid online/offline class and 4) a MOOC. We will explore the context and structure of each class – why they decided to use this particular model, at this time, for this class. We will also dig deep into the benefits and challenges each professor faces in his/her class and what the key decision points were that led to their particular use of technology. 

A brief, detailed overview of the educational-technology landscape for STEM will be given at the beginning for initial context. The webinar will also include an introduction to Piazza, a quick demo of features, as well as best practices.


Why Attend?
  • Hear how leading faculty are leveraging technology to successfully engage students in traditional, flipped, hybrid and MOOC learning environments
  • Determine what technology is right for your classroom, without a huge time investment
  • Learn how to successfully implement a free tool to reduce the administrative burden of managing large classes, while driving student engagement


Speaker

   Anthony Luckett
Director, Instructor Success
and University Partnerships 
Piazza

Tony Luckett joined Piazza in 2013 as the Director of Instructor Success and University Partnerships at Piazza. He holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he focused on leadership, education and design thinking. With over six years in education as a school leader in the Marshall Islands and as a high school math teacher in Boston, he is passionate about supporting educators. Tony also holds an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Dartmouth College as well as one in sculpture.

If you’re a university administrator, curriculum designer, or professor, and would like to discuss online technology, sports, or the latest in YouTube videos, don’t hesitate to contact Tony.


 
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