Courtney Plotts

Courtney Plotts, PhD, is a dynamic keynote speaker, author, and professor. Plotts is the national chair of the Council For At Risk Student Education and Professional Standards, the country's only organization that provides standards for working with marginalized and nontraditional students in kindergarten through college. Her role as national chair includes training, consulting, and research. Her subject matter expertise has been used in a variety of books, most recently Small Teaching Online by Flower Darby with James M. Lang (2019). Plotts was recognized in 2017 by the California State Legislature for a bold commitment to change in education.
Plotts holds a PhD and MA in psychology from Northcentral University and MA in education (curriculum and instruction) from the University of Phoenix.

Last Updated: 06-08-2020

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  • The Role of Higher Education in Times of Crisis: Healing Strategies for Educators
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    • The Role of Higher Education in Times of Crisis: Healing Strategies for Educators

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    • Colleges and universities have a long-standing role in advancing civil discourse. How can we lead our communities in a meaningful and healing way when we are geographically displaced and relying on remote, online communication? For academic leaders and faculty who are challenged with effective communication during a time of social unrest, this free Magna Online Seminar provides direction for leaders to provide healing, helping, education, and engagement.
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  • Three Secrets to Building Diverse and Inclusive Online Learning Environments
  • Online Engagement and Assimilation Strategies For Nontraditional and Marginalized Students
  • What Teaching Strategies Help Engage All Learners Online?
    • What Teaching Strategies Help Engage All Learners Online?
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    • Perception is critical to online learning. Not only that, online learning is difficult to navigate if students don't understand online learning basics. This difficulty is compounded when acculturative stress is present. Ensuring inclusivity and a sense of community is often much more difficult to do in the online setting, as face-to-face interaction is limited.
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