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10 Ways on How to Make Your Fall Classes Better
Student engagement is the holy grail of online learning. The more engaged students are and the more they feel part of a learning community online, the more successful they are — and teachers can do many things to improve engagement.

This webinar is based on years of experience and experimenting in class and online with what works.

Key Takeaways

In this engaging webinar, you’ll get an opportunity to:

• Explore the importance of engagement, participation, support and flexibility in the design of learning experiences
• Learn specific actions you can take to increase engagement and improve learning outcomes
• See 10 examples in action and understand their strengths and weaknesses

Oct 20, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Steve Mintz
Professor of History @University of Texas, Austin
Professor Steve Mintz, Professor of History at the University of Texas, Austin, is a leading educational innovator, award-winning teacher and author, and an authority on families, children, youth and the life course. He has also published extensively on slavery, social reform, ethnicity and film. For five years, Steve served as the founding director of the University of Texas Systems Institute for Transformational Learning, which was responsible for designing and testing new educational models and technologies that can make a quality education more accessible, affordable and successful. Steve also served as senior advisor to the president of Hunter College for student success and director of Columbia University's Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Teaching Center.