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Monday, December 14 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Teach Local and Remote Students Synchronously

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Home sick? Traveling? No problem! When students are unable to attend class in person, they don’t need to miss class and catch up later. Instead they can join class via Internet conferencing tools (such as Google Hangout or Skype) and not only hear and see class, but also participate actively in both small and large group activities. In this session, I will be joined by a student who will share her experiences in taking classes fully online from a remote setting. Together, we will demonstrate and describe multiple strategies for engaging students at remote sessions within a face-to-face class.

Speakers
avatar for Teala Heddlesten

Teala Heddlesten

Student, University of Minnesota Duluth
I am a K-6 Elementary and K-12 Special Education teacher with a certification in Educational Computing and Technology. I have just completed my student teaching and am starting my first year teaching elementary special education!
avatar for Helen Mongan-Rallis

Helen Mongan-Rallis

Associate Professor of Education, University of Minnesota Duluth
flipping classroom, hybrid teaching, educational technology for pre-service teachers, international collaboration, culturally inclusive education



Monday December 14, 2015 10:30am - 11:20am
Great Lakes Ballroom A3

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