Join us for a presentation at NISOD’s Fall Virtual Conference, which brings together institutional stakeholders to share best practices to promote student success in community and technical colleges.
Don’t miss our session: Supporting Student Learning in Online STEM Courses: Insights from the Postsecondary Teaching with Technology Collaborative.
Thursday, October 20, 2022, 2:10-3:00 pm ET
Faculty, staff, and administrators are seeking ways to support students with the learning skills and mindsets needed to succeed online. Researchers from the Postsecondary Teaching with Technology Collaborative will discuss how broad-access institutions can leverage technology and a framework of metacognitive, motivational, and applied learning approaches to support students in online STEM courses. Faculty and staff at Tulsa Community College will describe examples of teaching practices and course design that foster student success.
- Mona Easterling, assistant professor and co-coordinator of undergraduate research, Tulsa Community College
- Lee Anne Morris, associate professor/coordinator, Tulsa Community College
- Ellen Wasserman, senior research sssistant, Community College Research Center
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