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Tuesday, June 1 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Online
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TurningPoint: Designing Flexible and Engaging Teaching Materials for an Uncertain Fall
WEBINAR

Higher Education

Designing Flexible and Engaging Teaching Materials for an Uncertain Fall

Dr. Paul Blowers explores the modes for student engagement for his own classes in the fall.

WEBINAR

Designing Flexible and Engaging Teaching Materials for an Uncertain Fall

Dr. Paul Blowers explores the modes for student engagement for his own classes in the fall.

 

 

Kevin Herrholtz

Vice President of Client Experience and Solutions

As VP of Client Experience and Solutions for Turning, Kevin is responsible for ensuring that clients have an optimal experience with Turning from the moment they become part of the Turning family throughout the duration of their learning journey. With more than 13 years of experience in education and training, Kevin is a frequent contributor to ATD, the world’s largest talent organization, as well as the mastermind behind the internationally recognized Turning Video Tutorials series.

Overview

Tuesday, June 1 at 9 a.m. PDT

 

I don’t know if you feel the same way I do, but I’m terrified about what I may face when my institution returns to “campus” this fall. There has been intense discussion, socially distanced and remotely, with colleagues about how we can teach effectively in a highly uncertain environment that might need to pivot in the middle of a week, day, or hour.

My goal this summer is to explore technologies with my colleagues who care deeply about student learning. I am upping my game to layer on the unplanned.  I hope you join us in this webinar to help me explore the modes we’ll use and then I can take everything I learn in our discussion back into my own classes in the fall.

 

REGISTER

 

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WEBINAR

Higher Education

Designing Flexible and Engaging Teaching Materials for an Uncertain Fall

Dr. Paul Blowers explores the modes for student engagement for his own classes in the fall.

WEBINAR

Designing Flexible and Engaging Teaching Materials for an Uncertain Fall

Dr. Paul Blowers explores the modes for student engagement for his own classes in the fall.

 

 

Kevin Herrholtz

Vice President of Client Experience and Solutions

As VP of Client Experience and Solutions for Turning, Kevin is responsible for ensuring that clients have an optimal experience with Turning from the moment they become part of the Turning family throughout the duration of their learning journey. With more than 13 years of experience in education and training, Kevin is a frequent contributor to ATD, the world’s largest talent organization, as well as the mastermind behind the internationally recognized Turning Video Tutorials series.

Overview

Tuesday, June 1 at 9 a.m. PDT

 

I don’t know if you feel the same way I do, but I’m terrified about what I may face when my institution returns to “campus” this fall. There has been intense discussion, socially distanced and remotely, with colleagues about how we can teach effectively in a highly uncertain environment that might need to pivot in the middle of a week, day, or hour.

My goal this summer is to explore technologies with my colleagues who care deeply about student learning. I am upping my game to layer on the unplanned.  I hope you join us in this webinar to help me explore the modes we’ll use and then I can take everything I learn in our discussion back into my own classes in the fall.

 

REGISTER