This year we've all been doing our fair share of binge watching (remember Tiger King?). If you've exhausted your list of must-see shows, here are 10 webinars most-watched by your peers in 2020. These binge-worthy webinars span important and relevant topics in education: active learning, engaging learners, and transitioning courses online.
Professor Carola Goldenberg explores how computer mediated activities can complement and enhance active learning when implemented as part of a flipped class approach.
Professors Jessica Bernards and Wendy Fresh discuss how to take your existing in-class activities (or new activities) and easily adapt them to the online environment.
Karen Sanders and Allyson Fetterhoff of Smarthinking discuss the benefits of high-quality, subject-matter-expert online tutoring for both students and faculty.
Professor Brian Rikard discusses online teaching strategies, ways to engage and support students, and technology options for making it all happen.
Professors Jay Heizer, Barry Render, and Chuck Munson share up-to-date ideas on how to integrate pandemic impacts into your instruction.
Dr. Terri Moore examines best practices for using visual media to engage your students.
Professors Brooke Whisenhunt and Danae Hudson discuss the three evidence-based strategies instructors can incorporate into their online course design.
Professor Bill Brands shares the smooth transition of his history course to being fully online.
Dr. Kathleen J. Turner discusses how to present virtual lectures in ways that are creative, compelling, and content-rich.
Professor Amy Kinser discusses and demonstrates the tools and techniques used in a large course to address the issue of online exams.