Engaging Virtual Classrooms featuring Gary McGuey

Special Guests
Gary McGuey
The Inspirational Teacher
Dr. Mohsen Shahini
University of Waterloo

As colleges and universities pivot quickly towards online learning, buzzwords like "social distancing" and "self-isolation" have emerged as part of a new language of loneliness.

The new reality of higher education has also brought a new set of challenges to educators and students: How do you facilitate a social-academic community when you can’t see anyone face-to-face?

Educational Leader and Innovator Gary McGuey joins Kritik Founder and CEO Dr. Mohsen Shahini to discuss how to create more engaging virtual classrooms.

During this brief 10 minute session, the following topics are covered:

  • 5 ways educators can make connections with students
  • Tips and key tools for engaging virtual classrooms
  • Guide for running a synchronous activity through video conferencing
  • How to utilize peer-review as an effective asynchronous activity

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