Flipped Classroom Webinar in M201A (Downtown Campus)

Join the Webinar

A complimentary webinar event sponsored by Echo360.

Thursday, 8 May at 10 AM CST

Dr. Russell Mumper, Vice Dean of the UNC at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, shares the many ways using Echo360 to flip the classroom has changed his teaching approach and positively impacted the classroom dynamic.

Join us for this complimentary webinar and hear how Dr. Mumper conducted his three-year study on the flipped classroom. Learn:

  • Why Dr. Mumper chose flipping the classroom to make the most of class time and foster interaction
  • How the technology was selected to support the study
  • What changes were made to the course, and how the students responded
  • How flipping the class increased engagement, flipped their perception of how they learned, and increased exam scores by 5%
  • Lessons learned that will help other instructors interested in flipping their class

Talk amongst yourselves – Twitter users use #flippedclass to post your thoughts during the live event! http://echo360.com/news

Click here to RSVP!

 Russell Mumper, PhD (link to bio)

Distinguished Professor, UNC/NCSU Joint Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy @RJMumper

“Brown Bag Presentation”: Innovation Grants

Hello MATC Community-
If you are interested in learning more about innovation grants and effective outcomes with students, please consider attending the following ”brown bag presentation” THIS WEEK.  Bring a lunch and enjoy the presentation!

INNOVATION GRANTS: “Oh, the places you and your students will go”
Facilitator:  Judy Springer, Physical Education Faculty
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location:  M201 (FIC small conference room)

Workshop Description:  Attend this “brown bag” presentation to learn about a successful project that was partially funded by the Office of the Provost’s Innovation Grant.  In this session, participants will explore the process for developing a project concept, seeking funding, co-facilitating the project with students and disseminating project outcomes at a national conference. Come discover the value of applying for an Innovation Grant and learn about a Liberal Arts and Sciences’ case study project that used whole body video games, photo voice and an inter-generational approach for successful aging.

 

How to Implement Brain-based Learning Strategies in Your Courses

If you missed the “live” webinar, you may access the recorded presentation (and handouts) at the following link (the link will be available through 12/27/12):

http://www.magnapubs.com/handouts/?cid=796

 Login instructions:
1.       Open the seminar link
2.       Select “View Seminar”
3.       Select “Enter as a guest”; type in school name
4.       Click “Enter Room”

 Technology requirements for the seminar:

  • This is an online audio seminar with a video slideshow using Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro.
  • Perform an Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro connection test of your computer by clicking here
  • Adobe Flash Player is required. Click here to download Adobe Flash Player.
  • Viewing the seminar as a group requires a projector and speakers.
  • Click here to learn about the interactive capabilities of a Magna Adobe Connect seminar.

Need help?
Email support@magnapubs.com
800-433-0499, ext. 2 or 608-246-3590, ext. 2

ER&D Live Webinar – 11/27/12

ER&D is pleased to offer the following WEBINAR this week:

WEBINAR:  “How to Implement Brain-based Learning Strategies in Your Courses”
11/27/12

Location: M201 (FIC – small conference room)
1:00 p.m.
Facilitator:  Michelle Felix/ER&D Site Coordinator
Description: In this interactive presentation participants will gain basic knowledge of brain function with respect to learning. They will see how current teaching strategies address some of the neuroanatomical processes and how fundamental knowledge of brain structure can improve teaching strategies. Join Michelle Felix for an opportunity to attend and participate in the live webinar.  You will be able to reflect on your own teaching practices and share ideas and best practices with a community of educators.