Active Learning: 'Live' and Online

April 9, 2015
12:00 pm
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Description

Engineering Inclusive Teaching Series

What is active learning? Anything course-related that all students in a live or online class session do other than watching and listening to a lecture.

In this webinar, you will learn how to integrate active learning techniques in your online or flipped classrooms. Learn teaching strategies that:

  • Translate research into practice
  • Engage and energize students
  • Improve the quality of student learning
  • Create lively, inclusive learning environments  

This EIT webinar recording is publicly accessible and is relevant to all interested educators.  Examples are engineering specific.

Available to WEPAN members only. Log-in required.
Available to WEPAN members only. Log-in required.

Presenters

Richard M. Felder
Professor Emeritus, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, NCSU

Felder and Brent are best known for co-directing and facilitating the annual National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI) under the auspices of the American Society for Engineering Education. They are experts in effective teaching, course design, mentoring and supporting new faculty members, and faculty development in science and technology.

Richard M. Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus, Chemical Engineering, N.C. State University.
Felder is coauthor of Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, used internationally as the text for introductory chemical engineering courses for over three decades, and he has authored or coauthored over 300 articles on chemical process engineering and engineering and science education.

Rebecca Brent
President, Education Designs, Inc.

Rebecca Brent, President, Education Designs, Inc.
Brent has 30 years of experience in education and teacher training and holds a Certificate in Evaluation Practice from George Washington University. Her specialties include staff development in engineering and the sciences, teacher preparation, evaluation of educational programs at both precollege and college levels, and classroom uses of instructional technology, topics on which she has published some 100 articles.

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