Webinar wednesdays is a facilitated viewing and discussion of a recorded webinar. This viewing will be facilitated by Amy Frankel, Scott Hollenback and David Voorhees.
Active Learning Using Free Polling Software
Presented by Miriam Huddleston, Assistant Professor, Harford Community College
Active learning has been proven to help students analyze and apply course materials to develop a deeper understanding of the concepts being taught. Active-learning strategies include brainstorming, think-pair-share, case studies, discussions, in-class demonstrations, and many other deep-learning techniques. Kahoot, a free survey and quiz application, can be used to engage students in discussions about key events and survey them to assess their understanding of the course content. During this webinar, the facilitator discusses active-learning strategies and shares examples of engaging class discussions using Kahoot. By the end of this webinar, you will understand what is meant by the term active learning and are able to build a Kahoot survey and quiz and gather immediate results and feedback.
About Miriam Huddleston :
Ms. Huddleston is beginning her eighth year teaching full time at Harford Community College (HCC) in Bel Air, MD. She teaches Principles of Marketing, Advertising, Payroll Accounting, Introduction to Business, and the Business Management Capstone course. Prior to working at HCC, Ms. Huddleston worked in the local public-school system as a business instructor. She also has experience in the private sector, having worked in various roles at Deloitte, Touche, and MBNA America. Ms. Huddleston has an MBA in marketing from the University of North Texas and a BBA in accounting and management from Loyola University. She is also a CPA in the State of Maryland.
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Sugar Grove Campus, COL 236