Web talk, Blending Asynchronous and Synchronous Teaching (CIRTL)

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Date/Time:Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Location:online only - via Blackboard Ultra from CIRTL
URL:https://www.cirtl.net/events/877
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Phone:000-000-0000
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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How do I synthesize and connect synchronous and asynchronous aspects of my course? How can I foster a blended learning environment that engages and promotes equity among all my students? This interactive online session explores the key choices an instructor makes in identifying the content and mode of learning between asynchronous and synchronous in online teaching and learning.

This session helps instructors make the connections between modes that best motivate student activity and learning, and think through the timing for which these different components occur. This session will be a mix of interactive workshopping and Q & A. Questions to discuss could include:
* How do I synthesize and connect synchronous and asynchronous aspects of my course?
* How can I foster a blended learning environment that engages and promotes equity among all my students?
* How do I decide what content and activities should be delivered asynchronously versus synchronously?

About the presenters, Nancy Ruggeri, and Bennett Goldberg.

To join this web talk
Register via Web talk, Blending Asynchronous and Synchronous Teaching CIRTL registration website. Need assistance? Visit CIRTL's Attending CIRTL Drop-in Events guide

Coordinated by the following
This CIRTL Network event is brought to you by Center for Integration in Research Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) and Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching at Northwestern University.

About CIRTL
Iowa State University is a network member of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) thanks to the collaborative effect of CELT and the Graduate College.

CIRTL's mission is to enhance excellence in undergraduate education through the development of a national faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse learners as part of successful and varied professional careers. It was established with the intent of preparing future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) faculty across the nation, to ultimately improve the STEM learning of all students, at every college and university, and thereby to increase the diversity in STEM fields and the STEM literacy of the nation. The three CIRTL core ideas are Evidence-based Teaching, Learning Communities, and Learning-through-Diversity. ISU's membership in CIRTL is sponsored in a partnership between CELT and the Graduate College.

This web talk is promoted by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT).