MCC microlearning April 17, 2020 Registration
Time: Friday, April 17, 2020, 10:00 am (Mountain time)
Location: Google Hangouts. Upon registration link will be emailed
Fees: $0. FREE.

Title: Ingredients for Interaction in Online Classes
A Maskwacis Cultural College Presentation

Session Summary
Online learning and teaching comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, forms, and tastes. As diverse as online learning can be, similar to classroom teaching, there are key ingredients any instructor can include to foster an interactive learning environment for themselves and their students. The purpose of this session is to introduce a few base ingredients to infuse interaction in online courses. Whether you’ve taught online a little, or a lot, there will be something for everyone who teaches online in this session.

Instructor Bio
JR is based in the Distance Education Unit at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. After completing a Master’s in Educational Technology and Design, JR has designed and developed instruction and curriculum for a variety of delivery formats (face-to-face, blended, and online) in post-secondary, not-for-profit, continuing education, and open education contexts. JR is a teacher at heart, holding a Bachelor of Education degree, with a major in Practical and Applied Arts, and is dedicated to an array of teaching and learning communities of practice. Find out more and connect with JR at

Contact Manisha Khetarpal or call toll free: 1 866 585 3925

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