For Educators: How to Engage Students in Remote Learning
Using technology to learn effectively can be difficult at all ages and stages. These webinars, presented by Dr. Vickie Cook, Ph.D., focus on strategies that expand the learning opportunities in remote classrooms to engage students of all ages.
Dr. Cook is the Executive Director of Online Professional & Engaged Learning, and Research Professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois Springfield. She holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration and an M.S. in Adult Education.
Engaging Learners in a Remote Environment
The following on-demand webinar focuses on strategies to build community and foster student engagement in the remote classroom. She explores how to connect students and faculty, students with peer learners, and students to the content. These connections will assist faculty in providing a solid learning community in a remote environment.
Multigenerational Learning Strategies in a Remote Environment
The following webinar explores why differences exist in multigenerational learning. Dr. Cook explains how to manage those learning differences in the classroom and in a remote environment with special emphasis on strategies that reach Generation Z and Millennial students, whose learning preferences are quite different.