• douglasweimer

Active Learning Strategies for Virtual Instruction

One of the greatest obstacles of remote learning is finding ways to consistently keep all learners engaged and participating. While many instructors find the environment to be limiting, this presentation will demonstrate the benefits of the virtual classroom by exploring some creative approaches to student-centered instruction. We will be discussing ways to assess the needs of all learners and how to implement this information to make lessons that are both relevant and fun for everyone.


This session was a part of the fourth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by:

Jake Newman - Strong City Baltimore



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