Great and not so great experiences with online science teaching: Teachers supporting teachers

Would you like to know how your colleagues teach online? What worked for them and what didn’t? How do they engage their students? What didn’t work and how they were able to overcome these problems? In this session we will share our experiences of online science teaching in order to help each other create effective online learning environments. You will be able to contribute, ask questions, and learn from and with each other.

To Bring/Important Notes

Great teaching online teaching ideas and positive attitude towards online science education.

Sessions

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

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Presenter

  • University of British Columbia
    Marina Milner-Bolotin

    Dr. Milner-Bolotin is a professor in science education at the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy at UBC. Her expertise is in physics education and in the use of technology in teaching and learning. To learn more about Dr. Milner-Bolotin, feel free to visit her web site: http://blogs.ubc.ca/mmilner/ .

  • Semiahmoo Secondary School
    Louay El Halabi

    I teach Physics for the International Baccalaureate Program at Semiahmoo Secondary School. I believe that a good way to learn Physics is achieved by having students undertake lab work that connect Theory to Practice. I credit my approach to teaching and the labs I do to the amazing and knowledgeable people I've learned from at Pro-D's.