Event Date & Time
Please click “Register Now” to register for this event. This event will be online on Blackboard Collaborate. This session is also offered on July 29.
Discussions are (potentially) a great way to engage students in online learning environments.
They can be designed to cultivate a learning community and to scaffold content achievement in many ways, e.g., un-/graded,student-/instructor-lead, or group/individual. Asynchronous discussion activities allow students flexible time to reflect and opportunities to learn from peers.
When an instructor knows how to use and facilitate discussions effectively in course contexts, they will be able to create a more active and engaging course.
This session is for the instructors who are new to online teaching and want to incorporate discussions into their course in order to foster student learning.
- Namsook Jahng, Educational Consultant, Learning Design, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT)
- Bosung Kim, Educational Consultant, Learning Design, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT)
- Judy Chan, Faculty Associate/ Faculty Liaison, Land and Food Systems (CTLT)
- Lucas Wright, Senior Educational Consultant, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT)
- Isabeau Iqbal, Senior Educational Consultant, Educational Leadership, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT)
The Blackboard Collaborate video conferencing link will be provided prior to the event to all who are confirmed to participate. Please ensure you have a quiet space and a computer with a webcam and earphones/buds.