In ProQuest’s 2nd Annual Fall Faculty Webinar, expert Flower Darby, Assistant Dean of Online and Innovative Pedagogies at Northern Arizona University, explores practical, evidence-based techniques you can apply in your online teaching practice. These small but impactful strategies can result in significant gains in student engagement and learning.
In this keynote session entitled “Practical Strategies for Teaching Online During COVID-19”, you’ll learn guiding principles for structuring learning in online and blended environments, brief learning activities and tips for impactful but focused communication with students.
Register now to save your seat. If you can’t make it? Register anyway, and you’ll receive the recording afterwards.
About the Speakers
Flower Darby is the Assistant Dean of Online and Innovative Pedagogies at Northern Arizona University (NAU), where she has taught courses for 23 years in English, Educational Technology and Leadership. Flower teaches face-to-face, blended and online classes at NAU, as well as online classes at Estrella Mountain Community College.
April Ellsey, Ph.D. is the Lead Product Manager for ProQuest Dissertations Products and Services. Dr. Ellsey has 20 years’ experience in higher education as a former life sciences professor, instructor, textbook author and editor and an educational technology software product manager. She is committed to building higher education software products that support authentic learning experiences in the face-to-face and virtual classrooms.
Wednesday, September 16 at 1:00pmVirtual Event