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How to Spark Online Discussions that Matter

April 29 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

This workshop will focus on discussions in asynchronous online classes.

Are you ready to transform your online classes into dynamic hubs of student engagement? Join us for a hands-on workshop where you’ll master the art of crafting compelling asynchronous discussions that ignite curiosity and foster deep learning.

Discover the secret to standout online classes: powerful discussions that captivate and challenge students. In this interactive workshop, you’ll harness the Practical Inquiry Model along with 21 online discussion facilitation techniques to breathe new life into your discussions, elevating student engagement.

What You’ll Gain:

  • Discover: Dive into the Community of Inquiry Framework and uncover your unique teaching style, strengths, and areas ripe for development.
  • Apply: Learn to weave the Practical Inquiry Model into your discussions, sparking critical thinking, robust interactions, and advanced reasoning.
  • Create: Develop a comprehensive discussion plan tailored to your next online class, incorporating all four phases of the Practical Inquiry Model and employing strategies that motivate and support a rich learning journey.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enrich your teaching toolkit and inspire your students. Secure your spot today!

Please register for this event. When you do, you will receive an automatic email from the CTLI confirming your registration. This email will include the Zoom link and the option to “add to calendar” using an embedded hyperlink – this will work for Outlook, Google Calendar, and Yahoo Calendar.

Facilitated By: Jen Garrett-Ostermiller, Director of the CTLI


April 29
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm