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Teaching Effectively During the Post-COVID Era
How confident are you about your teaching post-pandemic?
So much has changed over the past year as we learned to teach online. Now we're trying to get back to normal.
...Except there is no normal.
Whether you're still teaching virtually or getting back into the classroom—or both(!)—you will likely incorporate a lot of the tools and platforms during the pandemic to your post-COVID classroom.
But HOW do you do this? How do you engage students online and virtually at the same time? How do you improve the experiences of your face-to-face (F2F) students?
These are just two of the many questions answered during this virtual intensive training.
This brand new workshop by Dr. Norman Eng, called Transitioning to a Post-COVID Classroom: A Step-by-Step Plan for Teaching Online, In-Person, and Anywhere In-Between, is designed to help college instructors and secondary school teachers plan and teach confidently and effectively during a time when students are just coming back to the classroom, OR continuing to learn online, OR learning in hybrid formats.
Find out more details below.
What you’ll learn in this workshop
During this 3-part virtual intensive, you will see and apply the system Dr. Eng developed. By the end, you'll know:
The RIGHT Approach to Teaching in this "New Normal"
There is no going back to the way things were. The new, post-COVID classroom is borderless, even if you are back in the classroom. This new mindset is critical.
The 4-Part Module Framework
Use this format to structure all your modules and lessons to engage your students, no matter if they are tuning in face-to-face (F2F), online, or hybrid. You'll see why THIS is the new approach to higher ed instruction.
How to Implement Your Module/Lesson
Execution determines success or failure—even more so during these challenging times when courses are multi-modal. Just follow the workflow template presented at this workshop.
How to Engage F2F and Zoom at the Same Time
When you're teaching HyFlex, lectures, discussions, and activities are even more challenging. We show you a system designed to engage both modalities seamlessly.
How to Design Online and F2F Content
Whether you teach exclusively online, F2F, or both, you want a template that works. This proven system will get you up and running immediately, without the years of trial and error.
How to Level Up In-Person Instruction
When so much has changed, your F2F instruction will too. It needs to incorporate the best virtual practices yet work for in-person students. HINT: Lectures will still be asynchronous!
Now it’s time to introduce your Bonuses!
Setting Your Course Up for Success: 3 Recommendations for a Post-COVID Syllabus ($149 VALUE)
First impressions matter. Even more so when students are highly uncertain about the upcoming term. Your syllabus, as the first official document they see, can EASE or increase their anxiety.
This training walks you through 3 critical areas to address in your post-COVID syllabus, including a template to communicate the new way your class will be run, as well as how to meet students' socio-emotional needs during a time when they crave connection.
Full Module/Lesson Example ($99 VALUE)
This is an example of a fully-fleshed out lesson plan/module that students would actually see on their LMS, based on the 4-Part Module Framework.
With this example, you will have not just the back end planning (what you see only), but also the front end (what students see). YES, they are completely different!
How you package the content is the difference between "WOW, my students are really getting into this!" versus "What the heck? I thought I planned a good lesson!"
Norman Eng, Ed.D
As the author of Teaching College (an Amazon bestseller in 7 different education categories), Dr. Eng has helped thousands of professors and educators engage their students through a system based on a simple marketing principle: Package content in a way that resonates with your audience. That's marketing.
His flagship programs, Teaching College Masterclass and Teaching College Online, has similarly helped professors empathize with their students and ultimately teach effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now, as we reach a post-pandemic era, professors are looking for guidance to leverage best teaching practices for a new time. Welcome.
How Much is the Workshop?
With the 2 bonuses, recordings, and downloadable material, this training is valued at over $600. It is available to the public for $297.
As a Lecture Breakers podcast listener, however, you get an additional 30% discount. Instead of $297, you will pay only $208.*
*NOTE this discount cannot be combined with other deals.
(For bulk purchases—at least 10 people—please email email@example.com. See FAQs below for details.)
Once you register, you will receive a link to the training and all the bonuses within the course portal.
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If, for any reason, you aren't satisfied with this training, you can get a full refund anytime within 30 days after your purchase. If you have any issues, just get in touch with our friendly support team at Support@TeachingCollegeMasterclass.com, and they'll either help you out until you get the results you need or give you a swift refund.
This 3-part video training is aimed at college and university instructors at any level—undergraduate or post-graduate—who want to improve their instructional effectiveness post-COVID. High school teachers will also find this training valuable, as will online course trainers outside of academia. This workshop is NOT for those who are looking for information about how to set up and/or integrate various technologies in their classroom (e.g., how to work the videocamera and microphones so that online students can hear face-to-face students during class).
This workshop, titled Transitioning to a Post-COVID Classroom: A Step-by-Step Plan for Teaching Online, In-Person, and Anywhere In-Between, covers three main questions:
- What is an effective approach to teaching post-COVID?
- What is the format to plan a post-COVID lesson/module? (i.e., The 4-Part Module Framework)
- How do you implement and coordinate lessons/activities among online and face-to-face students?
This workshop is considered an intensive, which means that it covers A LOT of material within a short period of time. Compare this to Dr. Eng's Teaching College online courses or LIVE programs, which normally cover days or weeks. Think of this intensive as getting 3 days' worth of work done in 3 hours!
During this workshop, you will have opportunities to apply what you learn to your own course/topic. To maximize your productivity, please come prepared with a topic that you teach.
This workshop is a 3-part video series that you can access 24/7, which makes it convenient for you!
Including bonuses, downloads, and recording, this 3-hour intensive workshop is valued at over $600. For the general public, we have discounted the price to $297. For Lecture Breakers listeners, we are providing an additional 30% exclusive discount for a total of $208/person. Note this cannot be combined with bulk purchase discounts (i.e., 10 or more registrants), which is separate, or any other deals. See FAQ question below for details.
Yes! It's simple: If, for any reason, you aren't satisfied with this training, you can get a full refund anytime within 30 days after your purchase. If you have any issues, just get in touch with our friendly support team at Support@TeachingCollegeMasterclass.com, and they'll either help you out until you get the results you need or give you a swift refund.
Yes. You can get anywhere from 20-30% discount off the individual rate, depending on the number of participants. There is a minimum of 10 people to qualify for a discount. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org directly using the subject "Bulk Purchase: Workshop." Provide your name, affiliation, and contact information for the primary payer/registrant.
Note: Lecture Breakers 30% discount cannot be applied to bulk purchases.
No. If you are primarily looking only answers about how to set up and/or integrate various technologies in their classroom (e.g., how to work the videocamera and microphones so that online students can hear face-to-face students during class), this workshop may not be right for you. Each institution and classroom will have their own unique technology set-up that will be best addressed by your institution's technology department. This workshop focuses on pedagogy and instruction only.
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