How to Support Successful STEM Learning Online
SPONSORED BY DIGITALED
In the wake of COVID-19, you might have moved your math, science or other STEM courses online with little to no time for planning. Maybe you’re preparing to move your STEM courses online for the fall or the foreseeable future as the education landscape continues to shift. Or, perhaps you’re simply interested in knowing what it takes for a STEM course to succeed online. In any case, this webinar is for you.
Join a panel of higher education faculty, administrators and digital learning experts discussing the unique challenges and opportunities involved in moving complex STEM courses online.
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Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Time: 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Duration: 1 hour
Meet Our Panelists
Digital Project and Operations Manager, EdSurge
Liana is part of the EdSurge Solutions Studio team. Previously, she was a researcher on youth and politics at USC, Community Manager at Connected Camps, and Program Associate at the National Writing Project. She is also a published author and holds a Ph.D. in Sociology.
Host: Liana Gamber-Thompson
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, East Tennessee State University
Ariel earned his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Cornell University. As a STEM education researcher, he is invested in instructional design that is enhanced by digital learning tools with underlying effective pedagogical frameworks (e.g. student-centered and active learning).
Chief Academic Officer and Provost, Colorado Technical University
Dr. Connie Johnson is Colorado Technical University’s (CTU) chief academic officer and provost, working with both online and on-ground degree programs. Dr. Johnson oversees academic affairs, including faculty, curriculum, classroom experience and accreditation.
Vice President, Enterprise Services, DigitalEd
Louise is an expert in online learning with a math and educational background, as well as over 20 years of experience in educational technology, specializing in STEM subjects. She has been a member of several committees and panels on best practices in using technology in education and curriculum design and has presented at numerous conferences.
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