Webinar Archive

 

Emerging Insights on the Next Generation of Learning 

About of this Webinar:

In this presentation, we’ll catalyze key conversations about the changing face of education. We’ll weave together issues and insights from research and practice on a wide variety of topics: (1) the growing diversity of teachers and learners, including generational differences; (2) blended, mobile, and game-based learning; (3) digital curriculum, MOOCs, and open education; (4) competency-based and personalized learning; (5) advanced analytics and related adviser, student, and faculty apps; (6) emerging work on brain science and student non-cognitive factors; and (7) our shared commitment to deeper learning and maintaining the human touch. Finally, we’ll explore strategies for engaging these conversations in a thoughtful and inclusive way—avoiding the all-too-common hyperbole or hysteria, while being open to real possibilities for the road ahead.

Facilitated by:

Milliron_Mark_jpg_312x1000_q100-300x199Dr. Mark David Milliron is best known as a champion for education opportunity and a catalyst for conversations on innovation and the road ahead. An award-winning leader, author, speaker, and consultant, he works with universities, community colleges, K-12 schools, foundations, corporations, associations, and government agencies across the country and around the world.

He is Chief Learning Officer and Co-Founder of the student success and analytics innovator Civitas Learning. In previous roles, Mark has served as the founding chancellor of WGU Texas; the Deputy Director for Postsecondary Improvement with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Endowed Fellow and Director of the National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development in the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin; Vice President for Education and Medical Practice with SAS; and President and CEO of the League for Innovation in the Community College.

Link to Recording: https://youtu.be/cUUYkXfkm_c


Take Charge: Micro changes, Massive impact!

Recent studies have shown that high performers tend to practice specific rituals that directly influence their agility and strategic speed. Many of these practices are counterintuitive, yet quite powerful in changing one’s mindset.

Join me for our interactive seminar where we will discuss 7 habit hackers that will impact how you lead, both in a personal and on a professional level. 

During our session we will learn:

  • Three (3) strategies to start off/end the day in a positive and energetic manner
  • Two (2) habit hackers which will influence how you prioritize your work activities
  • One (1) app which will increase your attention and agility

You and your team will gain information that can be quickly applied to your current work environment.

Purpose of this Webinar:

The purpose of this webinar is to expose you to changes currently underway in higher education so you can stay current with new developments, maybe try out a few for your own learning, and become more knowledgeable about…

About this Webinar:

This webinar may be of interest to higher education professional developers, faculty, administrators, learning specialists, consultants, and educators who are interested in learning technology, lifelong learning and the future of education.

Facilitated by:

judith_cardenas

Dr. Judith Cardenas is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) and has more than 22 years of experience in higher education and corporate training.

Dr. Cardenas holds a doctorate in education administration, as well as a doctorate in training and performance improvement. She has completed a variety of postdoctoral training, including leadership development, Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government; human performance improvement, American Society for Training and Development and a Master NeuroCoach with a specialty in change and transformation. Judith currently teaches  in the College of Social and Behavioral Science, School of Graduate Education, Kaplan University.

Link to Recording: https://youtu.be/2-KzrAy181c?list=PLjvgtUe34K_d9NwNq42HlQNYrjovBgyF2  


The Changing Digital Landscape of Learning: Digital Badges in Higher Education

Alternatives to traditional delivery, validation and credentialing of learning are disrupting the status quo and threatening to jailbreak learning. The jail breakers toolkit is already filling up. There is a growing mass of makers and breakers changing how we access, validate and facilitate learning.

In this one-hour webinar we will look at a few of the innovators making changes to the learning landscape. Then, we will focus in a bit more on open digital badges. What are digital badges? Who wants them? And why now?

Purpose of Webinar:

The purpose of this webinar is to expose you to changes currently underway in higher education so you can stay current with new developments, maybe try out a few for your own learning, and become more knowledgeable about open digital badges.

About the Webinar:

This webinar may be of interest to higher education professional developers, faculty, administrators, learning specialists, consultants, and educators who are interested in learning technology, lifelong learning and the future of education.

Facilitated by:

bobbiBobbi Dunham, Instructional Learning & Technology Specialist, ideas person, future thinker, risk-taker, non-conformist.
@BDNHM
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