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E&H Online offers opportunities for faculty professional development

E&H Online offers a comprehensive, customized and flexible series of opportunities for faculty professional development.

Posted October 01, 2020

E&H Online shares weekly updates on learning strategies, best practices in teaching and learning, course design and development and more on Pedagogy Digest Tuesdays. The program also offers scheduled Moodle and EdTech training sessions, best practices and strategies in designing and teaching online and hybrid courses, as well as individual training sessions.

“Faculty professional development is an integral part of our College’s Strategic Plan,” says Xuan Wang-Wolf, director of Online Education. “It provides opportunities for faculty to collaborate and brainstorm new ways to enhance interaction and engagement in our learning environments across multiple modalities and lead us to greater innovation in pedagogical methods, while reinforcing the connection with our student’s experience with society.”

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