How professors teach and engage with students has dramatically changed over the past two years. With new tools and methods to capture student attention and deliver compelling pedagogies, the 60-minute lecture is radically evolving toward a more flexible, engaging, and equitable model of education.

What is working in the new classroom, and what isn’t? What is the role of synchronous and asynchronous learning? How are professors leaning into new technologies to improve their learning outcomes?

Join this community talks panel featuring Joe Bear (Head Media Geek at Virginia Western Community College) and Adam Nemeroff (Lead, Learning Lab at Dartmouth) as they discuss: 

  • The evolution of the 60-minute lecture
  • Lessons learned from the past two years of remote education
  • Strategies for creating more flexible and equitable learning experiences
  • Tools and technologies that support these new learning models

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