Zoom Alchemy: Active Learning in the Virtual Classroom
From Group CTL Group
Do you feel like you’re in a Zoom slump? Class sessions on Zoom can be engaging and even invigorating, but it doesn’t “just happen” on its own - it needs you. Watch this webinar with IU's Zach Carnagey, Anusha S. Rao and Andi Strackeljahn and leave with engagement activities you can immediately implement in your class in this mash-up of Zoom features and IU’s technology smorgasbord. Engage in Zoom alchemy - turning Zoom plumbum into active learning gold.
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