How the combination of front-end (educator created) and back-end (student created) strategies can enhance learning outcomes.
Creating Engagement in the Classroom authors Kevin Popovic and Ryan Vanshur invite you to part seven of their nine-part webinar series Tuesday, May 17.
Taking place online via GoToWebinar at 12:00 p.m. PDT, the event, titled “Understanding Classroom Facilitation,” will analyze front- and back-end strategies professors and students utilize to facilitate engagement inside the higher-education classroom.
Throughout the webinar, Popovic—a professor at San Diego State University (SDSU), speaker, author, and entrepreneur—and Vanshur—SDSU student and entrepreneur—will discuss this subject at length, using their own experiences, research, and discussions with other leaders in the space to draw conclusions and to make projections that could best ensure future success inside the higher-education classroom.
- What is front-end facilitation? Back-end?
- What are the strengths and weaknesses of each?
- How are students influencing their learning with technology?
- Professor’s View
- Student’s View
- What does current research say?
To join the webinar from your computer, tablet, or smartphone, follow this link at 12:00 p.m. PDT on Tuesday, May 17: