Learning from the Pandemic to Improve Digital Learning Outcomes

This webinar is hosted in partnership with Guild Education.Guild education logo.

Video platforms proved essential to ease the transition online amidst a pandemic and allowed institutions to continue delivering education. However, as we are nearly a year into a world where learning is largely taking place online, it is clear that emergency remote learning solutions do not yield the same education outcomes as in-person, or as courses and institutions specifically designed for online learning.

As we look ahead to a post-pandemic world where digital education will be even more prevalent, what opportunities did the pandemic provide, and what lessons have we learned? How can we ensure high-quality online learning that improves access and attainment, and how do we ensure students, staff, and professors are equipped to thrive?

Join our panelists to discuss strategies for engaging students, minimizing platform fatigue, and improving comprehension.

Register today for “Learning from the Pandemic to Improve Digital Learning Outcomes” on February 18 at 10:00 AM PST / 11:00 AM MST / Noon CST / 1:00 PM EST. WCET webcasts take place via Zoom.VITAC logo

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The webcast will be recorded and available on the webpage shortly after the live session.

Speakers:     

Michael HornMichael Horn, Author and Senior Strategist, Guild Education
Michael Horn speaks and writes about the future of education and works with a portfolio of education organizations to improve the life of each and every student. He is the author of the new book, Choosing College. Horn is a senior strategist at Guild Education, which partners with leading employers and organizations to help offer education and upskilling opportunities to America’s workforce. He is also the co-founder of and a distinguished fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, a non-profit think tank.


 

Michelle LevineMichelle Levine, District Director, Faculty Development, Broward College
Michelle Levine had been an educator for over 25 years and a proud member of the Broward College family for 17 years. She has served as the district director of faculty development for the past three years. Prior to assuming her current role, she was a computer science faculty member for 14 years. Michelle was the recipient of a Professor of the Year award in 2015. She is passionate about lifelong learning and is committed to supporting both students and colleagues on their educational journeys.  

 

Moderator:

Chantae RecasnerChantae Recasner, Dean for Academic Success, Northeast Lakeview College
As dean for academic success at Northeast Lakeview College, Chantae Recasner provides administrative leadership for the Distance Learning/Instructional Innovation Center, Library Services, Academic Support (i.e. tutoring), Dual Credit, and Grants & Scholarships. Her job is to build a synergistic web of support for teaching and learning that optimizes the college’s material, fiscal, and human resources to ensure student success.