Upcoming Web Events

Please join us in one or more of these interactive webinars on key issues in teaching and learning.

May 18: Designing and Using Games to Modify Behavior, led by Michael Beall (Archived)

June 2: Learning with Digital Games during COVID-19, led by Keri Engel and Ryan L. Schaaf

June 3: STEM Challenges that Motivate Students, led by Eika Johnson

June 4: Connecting and Maintaining Connections to Make a Difference During Remote Learning, led by Jennifer Lee Quattrucci

June 9: Exponential Thinking Games to Cultivate Continuous Innovation, led by Katharine Hargreaves

June 17: Teaching in and with Virtual Museums, led by Thomas Barry of the Cradle of Aviation Museum

July 14: Using AR to Engage Students in the 4 C's led by Monica Joshi

We are going to be adding a whole bunch of exciting new content shortly. Make sure you are on our list to receive updates.

*** We will be continuing to update our Spring Schedule. Stay tuned. ***

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And don't forget to check out all the great archives.

What is an Edchat Interactive event?

Like webinars, Edchat Interactive uses live video.

But with an Edchat Interactive, instead of a long presentation, the event is a live video discussion.

The leader will present a basic concept in the first 5-10 minutes of the event. Then participants will break into small video chat groups to discuss the practicalities of the concept.

After 5-10 minutes of small group discussion, representative of various groups will discuss their findings with the event leader(s) while the entire group watches and listens.

This, more interactive format incorporates social learning and reflection into the learning process, which facilitates deep learning, and greater engagement.

We hope you can find a topic on the left that interests you, and that you get a chance to participate.