The pandemic-induced digital transformation caused a shift in students’ expectations regarding flexible pedagogies and classroom setups. It becomes increasingly apparent that higher education institutions need to be ready to upgrade their digital infrastructures to cultivate inclusive learning and meet the needs of their diverse students.
In this webinar, we will showcase how evidence-based pedagogical technology can help universities establish robust personalized online learning ecosystems and deepen their pedagogical offerings, together with Andrew Feldstein, Assistant Provost for Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies at Fort Hays State University.
IN THIS WEBINAR, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:
Attendees will also receive an exclusive early access to our newest ebook '8 steps to choose the best teaching tools'.
Andrew Feldstein is an Assistant Provost for Teaching Innovation & Learning Technologies at Fort Hays State University. In his role, he works to create and shape Fort Hays State University's learning ecosystem so faculty and students have the tools they need to co-create meaningful and engaging learning experiences.
Abdulla Dilimi is an Account Executive for the EMEA region at FeedbackFruits. For over a year, he has been helping higher education institutions worldwide implement pedagogic technology to scale inclusive learning and boost employability skills.
10:00 - 10:05 AM ET
10:05 - 10:20 AM ET
Abdulla Dilimi will discuss how FeedbackFruits can be used to implement flexible and personalized pedagogy for all students in Blackboard and beyond.
Abdulla Dilimi (Account Executive at FeedbackFruits)
10:20 - 10:45 AM ET
Andrew Feldstein will share the story of how the Fort Hays State University used pedagogical technology to personalize the learning experience in Blackboard.
Andrew Feldstein (Provost for Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies at Fort Hays State University)
10:45 - 11:00 AM ET
We have prepared this exclusive content to guide educators at business schools with the use cases from the Wharton School and Griffith University. In this ebook, you will find classroom-validated strategies to facilitate group work in large-size online courses with effective use of technology.