402: Cultivating More Inclusive Classrooms with Voice and Video Assignments

    Watch the recording of Session 402

    Presenters: Jamie Abrams (Professor, Washington College of Law) & George Haines (Instructional Designer and Online Educator at VoiceThread)

    Time: 3:10 PM – 4:00 PM

    Session Description

    In this session, we will explore how VoiceThread existing course content with asynchronous assignments are more inclusive, interactive, and student-centered than traditional discussions or practice problems. The professor pivots from a “sage on the stage” to a “guide on the side” as this more intentional and equitable classroom tool meets modern student needs and aligns with intersecting curricular reform goals.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Examine how voice and video-based learning tools can strengthen inclusion and student engagement in a traditional classroom;
    • Identify the steps necessary to create classroom-ready VoiceThread assignments;
    • Formulate a VoiceThread assignment to add depth and engagement to an existing practice problem in one of your courses

    Watch a short introduction to the session topic:

    Session Materials

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