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Using Active Listening to Deepen Student Engagement in Live Remote Classes

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For faculty teaching online who are having issues with their students being distracted and not engaging with their content, this special, reduced-price online seminar will provide multiple proven strategies for teaching active listening across various online teaching formats.

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Thursday, December 10, 2020 | 1:00 PM Central | 60 Minutes

 

Special Offer: Receive this online seminar for just $39. No coupon code required. Enjoy a savings of $258!

For faculty teaching online who are having issues with their students being distracted and not engaging with their content, this special, reduced-price online seminar will provide multiple proven strategies for teaching active listening across various online teaching formats.

What are the learning goals?

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:

  • Compare and contrast four types of listening and evaluate which type matches your goals for a particular lesson: Extractive Listening, Listening to Build Community, Critical Listening, and Co-creative Listening.
  • Develop “listening outcomes” for a lesson you are planning
  • Apply strategies that support the listening outcomes you’ve identified.  Specifically, you will learn how to support your listening outcomes when setting the stage for your lesson, when lecturing, when facilitating discussions, and when assessing participation
  • Explore online listening rubrics that encourage and assess each type of listening outcome identified

Who should attend?

  • Faculty
  • Faculty development leaders

Why you don’t want to miss this!

 

Special Offer: Receive this online seminar for just $39. No coupon code required. Enjoy a savings of $258!

While most experienced professors understand the importance of teaching students how to effectively express themselves using the language of the content area, very few of us actually know how to help our students learn by listening well to their peers and instructors. Now that many professors have transitioned to remote and online teaching environments, we face new challenges to engagement and communication with and between learners.

This Magna Online Seminar will share proven strategies that help students learn how to show one another—and the professor—that they are listening and engaged in the live remote classroom. The strategies shared in this online seminar will help students become more interested in the classroom content, in one another, and in the wider field of knowledge being shared.

What’s included?

Your seminar registration includes the following:

  • A single connection to the live seminar (one connection per purchased registration)
  • On-demand access for one year
  • Downloadable PowerPoint presentations from the speaker
  • Written transcript
  • Supplemental materials
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

Connection instructions for live Magna Online Seminars are sent to registrants by email three (3) business days prior to the scheduled seminar, one day prior to the scheduled seminar, and again one hour before the start of the seminar.

For the live seminar, you can have as many people participate in the program as you like using the single connection by using a large screen, projector, and speakers.

There is no limit to how many times the seminar is accessed while available on-demand. Additional connections for other locations or branch campuses can be purchased. Contact Magna Customer Service at 800-433-0499 to add additional connections for the seminar.

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Special Offer: Receive this online seminar for just $39. No coupon code required. Enjoy a savings of $258!

Many faculty members are holding classes in remote online formats for the first time and are finding it challenging to engage students actively in the discussions. Many faculty also complain that students are “tuned out” and not demonstrating that they’re listening in the remote classroom. Consequently, this is also an ongoing concern that is often raised by faculty members who are attempting to encourage active participation in asynchronous online discussions. Get the necessary strategies to overcome these issues!

 

Product Code: QC20DA

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