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Previous Learning Science Lab Workshops

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Breakout Rooms

Breakout Rooms + Polling: Master Advanced Zoom Features

Spring 2021

In this workshop we’ll cover how the breakout rooms and polling functionality works in Zoom and explore how these features can be most effectively utilized in your class.
 

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Zoom Basics

Get Ready to Teach Remotely with Zoom: Zoom Basics

Spring 2021

In this workshop we’ll cover how to set up and use Zoom through NYU Classes, ways to make the most of Zoom’s interactive features to support learning, and ideas for organizing meetings and content for a remote format.

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Diverse Mindset Previous Workshop

Teaching with a Diverse Mindset

Fall 2020

This workshop is designed to support and cultivate diversity of thought, perspectives, and experiences in our teaching practice and promote student learning in an inclusive environment.  



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Google Teaching

Leveraging Google Apps for Teaching

Fall 2020
 

In this workshop we’ll walkthrough the Google Apps suite and provide tips on how each tool can be effectively integrated in the classroom. 

 

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Breakout Rooms

Breakout Rooms + Polling: Master Advanced Zoom Features

Fall 2020

In this workshop we’ll cover how the breakout rooms and polling functionality works in Zoom and explore how these features can be most effectively utilized in your class.
 

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Online Discussion

Online Discussion: Synchronous and Asynchronous

Fall 2020

 We share strategies and tools for helping to spark discourse during your Zoom classes (synchronously) and ways to keep the conversation flowing outside of live class time (asynchronously). 


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Breakout Rooms

Breakout Rooms + Polling: Master Advanced Zoom Features

Fall 2020

In this workshop we’ll cover how the breakout rooms and polling functionality works in Zoom and explore how these features can be most effectively utilized in your class.
 

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Zoom Basics

Get Ready to Teach Remotely with Zoom: Zoom Basics

Summer 2020

In this workshop we’ll cover how to set up and use Zoom through NYU Classes, ways to make the most of Zoom’s interactive features to support learning, and ideas for organizing meetings and content for a remote format.

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Blended Class

Managing a Blended Classroom

Summer 2020

This workshop will focus on technology and teaching strategies for instructors who will be teaching on-campus to both in-person and remote students this fall.

 

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Google Teaching

Leveraging Google Apps for Teaching

Summer 2020
 

In this workshop we’ll walkthrough the Google Apps suite and provide tips on how each tool can be effectively integrated in the classroom. 

 

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structure your week online

Structuring a Week Online: Balancing Zoom and Other Activities

Summer 2020

In this workshop we discuss ideas for structuring your remote class to take advantage of activities that work best asynchronously (student-paced, instructor guided) and synchronously (in a live Zoom environment).

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Breakout Rooms

Breakout Rooms + Polling: Master Advanced Zoom Features

Summer 2020

In this workshop we’ll cover how the breakout rooms and polling functionality works in Zoom and explore how these features can be most effectively utilized in your class.


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Online Discussion

Online Discussion: Synchronous and Asynchronous

Summer 2020

 We share strategies and tools for helping to spark discourse during your Zoom classes (synchronously) and ways to keep the conversation flowing outside of live class time (asynchronously). 
 

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Screen Recordings

Quickly Make Useful Screen Recordings

Summer 2020

Screen recordings are narrated videos you can take of your screen. In this workshop we explore the tools you can use to create screen recordings and discuss how to incorporate them into your course to support student learning. 

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structure your week online

Structuring a Week Online: Balancing Zoom and Other Activities

Summer 2020

In this workshop we discuss ideas for structuring your remote class to take advantage of activities that work best asynchronously (student-paced, instructor guided) and synchronously (in a live Zoom environment).

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