Webinar Chair: Kathi Kern, Ph.D. Senior Vice Provost, Educational Innovation, University of Miami
Session Overview
This webinar delves into High-Impact Practices (HIPs) and their role in boosting student engagement through innovative educational strategies and technology integration. We will explore effective HIPs such as collaborative projects, learning communities, and ePortfolios, emphasizing their impact on engagement, particularly for students from diverse backgrounds. The session will also address the challenges of implementing these practices and the technology needed to maximize their effectiveness across various learning environments.
Kathi Kern Ph.D

Vice Provost, Educational Innovation
University of Miami

Trey Conatser Ph.D
Director, Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT)
University of Kentucky

Matthew M. Acevedo Ph.D

Executive Director, Learning Innovation and Faculty Engagement
University of Miami
Key Discussion Questions for the Panel:

Enhancing Engagement through HIPs

How do different high-impact practices foster student engagement and active learning? What role does student-faculty interaction play in these experiences?

Technology Integration

What technologies are essential for implementing HIPs effectively? Discuss the use of digital tools like learning management systems, collaborative software, and ePortfolios in facilitating HIPs.

Overcoming Barriers

What are the main challenges in adopting HIPs, particularly regarding technology and faculty training? How can institutions support faculty and students in overcoming these barriers to enhance engagement and learning outcomes?

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June 18th 2024, 12PM EST | 5PM GMT

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