#ProfChats: Pandemic-Driven Teaching Strategies for Fall 2021  

Join our panel of educators live on Zoom on August 26 at 1 PM ET for pandemic-driven teaching practices to carry with you into the fall.

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With incredible passion and determination, educators around the world rose to the challenges of pandemic teaching and redesigned their courses to effectively engage and support their students. And many of them plan to continue using these techniques in the fall.

Join us live on August 26 for a conversation with three innovative educators who will share the pandemic-driven teaching practices they’re carrying forward. What worked? What didn’t? And most importantly, how are they applying the hard-won lessons from three terms of remote teaching to enhance learning and improve student outcomes? Attend and find out!

August 26, 2021
1–2 PM ET

Meet Your #ProfChats Host

Michael Di Gregorio
Senior Manager, Customer Onboarding
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Meet Your #ProfChats Panelists

Shoshanah Jacobs
Associate Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology and Department of Management, University of Guelph
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Cheryl Thompson
Assistant Professor in the School of Creative Industries, Ryerson University
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Jooyoung Lee
Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto
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