Getting Ready to Blend

International Visitor Series

Room 6.30, Level 6, 111 Barry Street


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Sonia Puglielli

So, your course is going blended, but what should be done when, where, and how? This session will help you consider various types of interactions, why they are being used for teaching, and where and when you will provide these opportunities. We will discuss how to make decisions about what should be done online and what should be done in-person. In addition, we will evaluate what should be done synchronously and what should be done asynchronously to best impact student learning

Facilitator: Dr. Tawnya Means is the Assistant Dean and Director of the Teaching and Learning Center for the College of Business at the University of Nebraska. In this role, she provides vision, leadership, and management for a Center focused on serving the needs of students and faculty as it relates to teaching and learning. Her team develops and implements a comprehensive and effective learning support structure for students and creates faculty development programs and resources to assist faculty with instructional innovation and adoption of pedagogical best practices. In addition, her team supports the college Assurance of Learning process for maintenance of accreditation through AACSB. She is a professor of practice in the Management department, teaching courses in strategy, online leadership, and pedagogy for the college.

*Afternoon tea provided