You are invited to attend an informational webinar, sponsored by the AECT Graduate Student Assembly and the Culture, Learning and Technology Division. This webinar is free and open to the public! Register to join the live session (bit.ly/AECTinnovative), use the hashtag #AECTinnovative to engage in Twitter conversations related to this webinar, and explore AECT’s Vimeo site (bit.ly/AECTonVimeo) to watch prior recorded presentations at your convenience!
Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning with Technology
Tuesday, April 28th
12:00 PM EST
Advances in instructional technology affords us the ability to foster social connections in diverse learning environments. Join the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) and the Culture, Learning and Technology Division (CLT) as we explore the intersection of culture and the latest technological trends aimed at supporting pre-service and in-service practitioners working with social issues in urban and rural contexts. This webinar will cover:
- The affordances and constraints of an award-winning, innovative hybrid course design model.
- A use case of the implementation of the interactive presentation tool VoiceThread in an online cultural diversity course.
- The impact of an online diversity course on students’ colorblind racial attitudes.
Leigh Graves Wolf is a teacher-scholar whose work centers around online education, emerging technologies and relationships mediated by and with technology. She has worked across the educational spectrum from K12 and Higher to further and lifelong, and she believes passionately in collaboration and community.
Natasha Watkins is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Human Development and Family Studies at Purdue University. Her teaching and research examine the developmental processes and contextual factors associated with young adults’ intergroup understanding and civic engagement.
Graduate Student Assembly
Culture, Learning and Technology Division
Webinar Project Team
Brent Slinkard, Strategic Advisor