Strategies and rationales for implementing cooperative instructional techniques that can move a class from followers to collaborators

This is a recorded presentation available from January 17, 2013.  You can watch the recorded session at our HETS YouTube Channel or right here. A list of documents mentioned in the presentation follow:

In many respects, Lehman College students are the so-called non-traditional learners who are juggling jobs and family often at the expense of their schooling. Its students often use their off hours to study part-time while they work full-time or part-time. Online and hybrid learning presents a compelling opportunity for these working young adults who are seeking to complete their bachelor’s degree, earn a professional certificate, or obtain a graduate or professional degree. This presentation will cover three exemplary practices that illustrate techniques that can take your hybrid class From the Teacher-as-Lecturer Model (Talking’) to one where Students are Contributors of their own Learning (Teacher/Moderator and Student/active participant).

Institution: Lehman College, CUNY

Language: English

Presented by:

Alyson VogelAlyson Vogel is the Associate Director, Online Education at Lehman College. Academic program developer, coach and project manager with significant expertise in course design, curriculum planning, online teaching, training, coaching & mentoring and major event logistics & execution. In depth knowledge of media education and of integrating the Internet and new media into teaching & learning. Researching, developing, administering and evaluating large and small scale adult education courses, conferences, seminars and study tours. Design and teach workshops for teachers on web and data mining, document publishing, grant writing and the use of social media tools.

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