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Appreciate learning some practical tips I can integrate into my current online courses.
I very much enjoyed Professor Diehl’s presentation and learned a lot about using small-group and pair- work for coming up with definitions and analysis of major concepts. I also liked the use of photos as a basis for discussion of stereotypes and assumptions based on visual cues. Overall, her presentation was clear and she always was mindful of what students’ reactions might be to the concepts being discussed. She drove home the importance of encouraging students to provide rationales for their answers, which involved the students using language that they would not otherwise have known. They seemed to be getting an entry into metacognitive thinking!
I would also like to have a link to the diagnostic grammar test she uses or the name of the book that contains the test.
Thank you kindly. I used Hawks stats book for years and used calculus book as well. It saved my life and helped out many students .a win –
win for the instructors and students.
I believe this is a very necessary and relevant topic that all professors need to be more aware of and actually implementing these ideas into their courses, regardless of content.
Thanks Hawkes Learning.com for free access to your webinar resources that are informative and engaging. Teaching and learning in a virtual reality has shifted the paradigm across the world for educational pursuits and professional careers. Your company provides “go-to” access to a plethora of academic tools. I teach English composition courses at a local community college in Dallas, TX, and attend your webinars for both instructional purposes as well as professional development (PD) credit.
This was very helpful for me but I like to see more about Math / Stat. Thank you so much.
To Dr. Mosier
Really liked your talk today, thank you.
I enjoyed Professor Oni’s webinar: some good ideas to explore in the fall for syncronistic and asynchoristic classes online and enjoyed the succinct presentation.
Thank you for a very helpful and informative Zoom webinar!
Have you used screencastify and what is your thought
Thank you for such a through and useful webinar.
This was fantastic!!!
Thank you very much. The webinars you providing are helping a lot. How can I get the Latex applications?
I find these webinars helpful and hope you will leave them up. I would like to access them later, when I actually start teaching in the Fall.
Hi Professor Kessler, we are glad to hear it! Yes, these webinars will remain available for you to access whenever you need them.