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PRIVATE event: Facilitating Meaningful Interactions in the Online/Hybrid POGIL Classroom

  • 28 Oct 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
  • Zoom

Registration


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This is a private event.  Only invitees from the host institution will be provided with the required registration code.

In this live, web-based session, facilitators Karl Bailey, Michael Garoutte, and Laura Trout will demonstrate and discuss how to facilitate meaningful interactions in your online or hybrid classroom.  Bailey (Clark College), Garoutte (Missouri Southern State University), and Trout (Lancaster Country Day School) will:

  • Demonstrate how to use some Zoom features to best organize your online classroom (other platforms will be discussed)
  • Demonstrate tools that can be used to have teams record their work and share out synchronously
  • Discuss tools and techniques of managing team work asynchronously

This is a private event for Miami-Dade College faculty.  Registrants will be provided with Zoom meeting information in their confirmation email.  Please note that the session begins at 6 PM Eastern Time The session is scheduled for 75 minutes but the facilitators will remain available to answer questions at the completion of the session.

Cancellation Policy:  Should you need to cancel your registration, please contact Julie Boldizar at julie.boldizar@pogil.org. 

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