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Conversation with Flower Darby
November 18 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST
New perspectives: Supporting effective teaching with technology
As a result of the coronavirus, higher education underwent a cataclysmic upheaval, a major and previously unimaginable shift in teaching and learning modalities. We’ll reflect on our successes supporting this gargantuan transition, what we have learned as a result of this incredibly unique experience, and how we can best support faculty now and in the semesters to come. Bring your thoughts and questions for a rich discussion on our current moment in higher ed history.
Flower Darby celebrates and promotes effective teaching in all class formats to include, welcome, and support all students as they learn and succeed. As faculty and an instructional designer, she’s taught community college and university classes for over 24 years in a range of subjects including English, Technology, Leadership, Dance, and Pilates. A seasoned face-to-face and online educator, Darby loves to apply learning science across the disciplines, and to help others do the same.
Flower speaks, writes, presents and consults on teaching and learning theory and practice both nationally and internationally. She has helped educators all over the world become more effective in their work. She is the author, with James M. Lang, of Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes, and she’s a columnist for the Chronicle of Higher Education. Her new book on emotion science and teaching with technology is forthcoming from West Virginia University Press.