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Strategies for Engagement in Remote Face-to-Face Classes

Virtual classrooms sometimes feel like they lack the energy of in-person engagement. Interactive strategies are now essential to student comprehension and success. During this presentation we will discuss fun strategies to promote learner engagement, some new and some adapted classics which can be simply integrated into lesson planning. Join this session to learn more!

This webinar is a part of the third Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute - Hosted December 2020. The facilitator for this session was Rachel Riggs from Frederick Community College.

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