The Kids are Not Alright: Applying the Lessons Learned from Fall 2020

Are higher ed institutions making the virtual grade?

According to our recent survey of nearly 3,500 college students, there’s clearly room for improvement. Faculty and institutions had months to plan and prepare, yet students are less engaged and less motivated. The continued perception that online learning is less effective is hardly encouraging.

The good news is Top Hat has identified specific strategies successful educators have in common—strategies that are making a world of difference to their teaching effectiveness.

Join us as we share what’s working in the ‘classroom’—and why active learning and building community may be the best means available to keep students engaged and enrolled.

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Duration: 60 minutes

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Virtual event details:

  • Get the specifics on the outsized impact community building and active learning have on student engagement, motivation and perseverance
  • Learn from fellow educators who’ve doubled-down on active learning to create a more impactful and more dynamic learning experience
  • Leave with takeaways you can use to get students more invested in each other, their coursework and their place of higher learning

About the virtual event

We’re halfway through the academic year and if there was ever a time to lean into online teaching, that time is now. Top Hat VP of Product Marketing, Nina Angelo will lead us on a deep dive into the lessons learned from the fall semester. We’ll then switch gears to hear from fellow gamechangers about the techniques they’re using to build community and engage students more holistically. With time for Q&A, you’ll leave with plenty of ideas you can use to transform the learning experience for your students, in and out of the classroom.

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