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Meeting the Moment: Bringing Forward Innovations in In-Person, Blended and Online Learning and Support
In a year that feels brutal and undeserved, many educators are exhausted. Some are angry. Others have suffered devastating personal consequences.

Yet it’s never been more important to meet the moment in higher education.

The time is now for educators to challenge themselves to serve their higher calling. They must take a beat and learn more about the inspiring work of the larger education community, which has collaborated on an array of in-person, blended and online tools in innovative ways for learning and student support.

Key Takeaways

This informative webinar takes a deep dive into a variety of topics, inviting participants to:

• Confront the conflation of emergency remote learning with decades of digital-learning practice
• Explore pandemic-inspired innovations from the professionals and those who are freshly embracing digital tools
• Contemplate what educators want to bring forward
• Discuss how to better connect to the aspirations and needs of students
• Figure out how educators can meet this moment together and make the road ahead far better than the one behind

Apr 29, 2021 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Mark David Milliron
Senior Vice President and Executive Dean of the Teachers College @Western Governors University
Dr. Mark David Milliron helps catalyze positive change in education as an award-winning leader, author, speaker, and consultant who works with universities, community colleges, K-12 schools, foundations, corporations, associations and government agencies across the U.S. and around the world. He serves as Senior Vice President and Executive Dean of the Teachers College at Western Governors University (WGU), an online, non-profit university known as a beacon of instructional innovation, affordable access, competency-based education and workforce connection, serving more than 130,000 full-time students. Founded with support from the U.S. Department of Education, WGU’s Teachers College is now the largest college of education in the U.S., serving more than 30,000 teachers, leaders and other education innovators in all 50 states.