Digital Learning Webinar Series

  • Join Dr. Lourdes Norman-McKay and Dr. Erin Amerman for a discussion on how to use the vast and weird world of conspiracy to ignite critical thinking in science students.

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  • Join Debbie Schmidt of Pearson for a discussion on backward design.

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  • Join Professor Bryan Dewsbury of University of Rhode Island for a discussion on the impacts of othering.  

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  • Join Professors Melissa Greene, Robin Robison, and Lisa Strong for a discussion on the use of media before, during, and after lab

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  • Join Northwest Mississippi Community College Professors Melissa L. Greene and Robin Robison to discover how to overcome common challenges in the A&P lab.

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  • Join Terry Austin to learn more about the new GapFinder tool in Mastering™ A&P.

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  • Join Brad Mehrtens from University of Illinois to discuss how a majors biology auditorium of 600+ students can be transformed into a more active learning environment using technologies both advanced and simple.

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  • Join Lourdes Norman-McKay from Florida State College-Jacksonville to learn about the latest research on how growth mindset affects student success and persistence, and acquire strategies for fostering growth mindset in the classroom to promote S.T.E.M. education.

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  • Join Dr. Cerrone Foster of East Tennessee State University to discuss how you can use and implement Pearson’s Early Alerts to identify struggling students early enough to intervene.

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  • Join Terry Austin of Pearson to explore Pearson's suite of digital tools for your human anatomy lab.

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  • Join Dr. Rebecca Orr of Collin College to explore strategies and features you can use within Mastering Biology to help you get the most out of it. This session is specifically for instructors with students who are non-Biology majors.  

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  • Join Debbie Schmidt, Pearson Faculty Advisor, to explore strategies and features you can use within Mastering Biology to help you get the most out of it.  

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  • Join Dr. Cerrone Foster from East Tennessee State University to discover best practices for using Pearson’s Early Alert system.

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  • Join Dr. Lisa Tunks, Pearson employee and former professor at Broward College, to explore how to create a learning environment that embraces technology in a dynamic way.

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  • Join Colleen Belk from the University of Minnesota-Duluth to explore strategies for how to teach non-majors biology in an online environment.

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  • Join Dr. Lourdes Norman-McKay from Florida State College-Jacksonville to explore how to apply case-based content to facilitate deeper thought and authentic learning opportunities. 

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  • Join Chasity O'Malley from Palm Beach State College in discovering proven techniques for improving your students’ performance in the classroom.

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  • Compare online and face-to-face student outcomes in an otherwise identical human anatomy lecture course, and gain new ideas for online course design and assessment.

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  • Use digital assets to provide remediation, support flipped classrooms, provide clinical context, and help students overcome knowledge gaps.

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    3:00–3:30 p.m. EST

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  • Discover how you can use interactive student response questions to encourage engagement and team learning.

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    1:00–1:40 p.m. EST

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  • Preview a better way to see which students are at risk, so you can give them your immediate attention.

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    11:00–11:30 a.m. EST

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  • Join Justin St. Juliana from Cornell University in exploring innovative ways to improve student outcomes in your environmental science classroom.

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    11:00–11:30 a.m. EST

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