Cameras On... or Off? Engaging Students through Conversation, Writing-to-Learn, and Relationship-Building in Remote Learning

Kristen Hawley Turner, Troy Wayne Hicks

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Abstract

What does it mean to engage students in real time, video class sessions? Some people think that simply having “cameras on” is the answer to student engagement. However, engagement comes when students are cognitively involved, emotionally connected, and participating actively. <br><br>Join Kristen Hawley Turner and Troy Hicks as they model strategies for building relationships with learners, implementing writing-to-learn strategies, and prompting breakout room activities with effective protocols for discussion, collaboration, and accountability. <br><br>During the hour-long webinar, we will model active learning strategies that can be implemented in middle school, high school, and higher ed remote learning contexts.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jan 13 2020
EventCameras On... or Off? Engaging Students through Conversation, Writing-to-Learn, and Relationship-Building in Remote Learning - Online
Duration: Jan 13 2020Jan 13 2020

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