Creating Dynamic Online Learning Environments: Wimba Connects With Brain Research

Presented by: Janice Butler, University of Texas at Brownsville

Date: Dec 4
Time: 11 am Pacific Time
Place: Online – Register Here

The description:
What does the latest research on the physiology of the brain and the biology of learning have to say about effective online learning? This session will take a look at the works of James Zull and John Medina, relating the science of learning and effective teaching online. Within the context of brain research, strategies for using Wimba to encourage learning synchronously and asynchronously in an interactive, engaging, participatory and experiential environment will be discussed using a variety of Wimba examples.

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