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APRU Global Health Working Group Webinars: Teaching in Virtual Environments (Part IV)

May 5 - June 3

Innovation in Online Learning

Transitioning our courses online has provided opportunities for innovation.  Have you tried a new technology?  Created videos for a flipped classroom?  Discovered a new way to engage students in a difficult topic? Changed your content to respond to the realities of the pandemic?  In this session we will hear about online teaching innovations from APRU teaching experts.  Using the breakout rooms, we will then have time for discussion in small groups and return to the large room for the full group discussion.  Join us for this opportunity to learn from our network as we continue to adapt our courses to remote instruction.

A certificate of completion is available to people who participate in all three sessions.

Session I: Connecting Classroom Teaching to the Real World

Date & Time:
May 5 at 6-7:30 pm (Pacific time)
May 6 at 9-10:30 am (Hong Kong time)

As educators we want our students to learn academic knowledge and also gain practical experience that they can apply in to their future careers. In this session our faculty experts (Eleanor Vandegrift, University of Oregon and Adik Wibowo, University of Indonesia) will share examples of the opportunities to continue connecting classroom learning to the world beyond.

Session II: Developing Learners’ Practical Skills in Remote Classrooms

Date & Time:
May 19 at 6-7:30 pm (Pacific time)
May 20 at 9-10:30 am (Hong Kong time)

Even in remote learning, faculty can provide opportunities for students to practice and develop practical skills. Our faculty experts (Eleanor Vandegrift, University of Oregon and Yotsawee Saifah, Chulalongkorn University) will share examples courses which can be modified for a variety of disciplines.

Session III: Reflections on a Year of Virtual Teaching

Date & Time:
June 2 at 6-7:30 pm (Pacific time)
June 3 at 9-10:30 am (Hong Kong time)

Most universities in our network have now completed an entire academic year with the majority ofinstructions done online, remote, or through virtual platforms. Our workshop hosts experts (Eleanor Vandegrift, University of Oregon and Mellissa Withers, University of Southern California) will share reflections on the innovations and adaptations in higher education. Together, we will consider what changes may be in store for higher education when we do return to in-person learning.

 

Register here for the three webinars!

 

View slides and speakers of the Teaching in Virtual Environments Webinars Part IPart II and Part III.