Episode 68: Case Study Episode: How Two Educators Navigated the Process of Moving Their Courses Online with Nicole Foster and Michelle Clarke
In episode 68 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, I'm excited to share another "case study" episode with you. These episodes are designed to give guests a space to reflect, analyze, and share what they learned, how they implemented a new idea, what happened, and what advice they have for others.
In this episode, Nicole Foster and Michelle Clarke (sisters!) talk about what they learned from the 1st Lecture Breakers Virtual Summer Conference.
They were so enthusiastic throughout the whole conference, and I saw them everywhere…on the chat, in the community, and on social media. They were so engaged during the conference that I just had to invite them to the show to share what they learned and how they implemented the new ideas into their courses.
This is an honest conversation about their biggest takeaways, the realities of trying new things in the classroom, what worked, what didn’t, and what they want to change as they head into this next semester.
Learn more about Michelle and Nicole's experience moving online and integrating more student-centered, active learning experiences into their courses.
How they applied what they learned from the Lecture Breakers Virtual Sumer Conference, what happened, and what advice they have for other educators.
How they built community in their courses classroom and why emotion and connection are so important when teaching online.
- How their students responded to new teaching strategies and alternative assessments.
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