ACHE Webinar Series: February 15
Five Successful Strategies for Engaging Adult Students in the Online Classroom
Description: In order to promote online student success and retention, student engagement is essential. This session will outline research from the literature on the importance of instructor presence in the classroom. Presenters will discuss outside-of-the-classroom activities and techniques that are used in a research course to help engage students and increase instructor presence. Techniques that will be demonstrated and discussed include: using intelligent agents, using videos to engage students , giving awards for student performance and using text messaging in the online classroom. This session would be helpful for faculty as well as administrators who are involved with faculty training and development and selecting classroom technology and course management systems.
- Dr. Dianna Rust, Professor, University Studies, Middle Tennessee State University
- Layne Ray Bryant, Director, Assessment & Accreditation, Middle Tennessee State University
Webinar Host: Patti Spaniola, University of West Florida