Early On Center Early Intervention Faculty Community of Practice (CoP)

Date:

November 06, 2020

Time:

Training is from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Details:

Early On Center for Higher Education Early Intervention Faculty Community of Practice (CoP)

Learn about projects and activities of the Early On Center and how they support pre-service professionals working with infants and toddlers with delays and/or disabilities and their families.

This session will feature a professional development opportunity presented by Danielle Savory Seggerson, Professor, Child Development and Early College, Lansing Community College.

Engaging Students and Building Community in the Online Learning Environment

As courses shift to the online learning format, higher ed faculty are presented with a unique opportunity for fostering relationships and engaging students in ways that are different from those in the face-to-face classroom. This session will provide strategies to cultivate instructor-student and student-student relationships, as well as to plan with community-building in mind. Strategies suitable for both synchronous and asynchronous environments will be shared.

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Trainers:

Kari Holmberg
Danielle Savory Seggerson, Professor, Child Development and Early College, Lansing Community College

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