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Advanced Digital Education & Engaged Learning Seminar

June 3, 2021 - June 11, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

This online seminar will provide training professionals as well as faculty and educators from any industry with the latest teaching techniques and leadership approaches to help them transform their education approaches to maximize student performance in a digital world. This event is also geared towards educators from other universities.

Participants may choose to register for one, or more, Modules, based on their topic(s) of interest, and register for the corresponding Day(s). Tuition is based on the number of Modules. See the list below. Attendees who are registered for, and complete, all five days will receive an Advanced Certificate from the Columbia University Center for Technology Management.

The seminar will cover intense lectures, case studies, topics on curricular design, and instruction for developing digital literacy, and mentoring sessions on how faculty can design and structure future education. There are four education priorities:

  1. Advanced teaching techniques
  2. Leadership models
  3. Strategic communication inside and outside the organization
  4. Digital literacy

TUITION:

Click on Tickets for pricing for each Day/Module, or for the full course.

Group Discounts are available. Please email [email protected] or call Dr. Art Langer at 212-854-5218.


MODULES* (all times US Eastern Time Zone):

*Participants may choose to register for one, or more, or all, Modules based on their topic(s) of interest and register for the corresponding Day(s). Tuition is based on the number of Modules. A Certificate will be provided only to those who attend all 5 days of the seminar.

DAY 1: Teaching Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures

Thursday, June 3

Morning Session: 10 AM (ET) - 12 PM (ET)

Afternoon Session: 2 PM (ET) - 4 PM (ET)

DAY 2: Active Learning

Friday, June 4

Morning Session: 10 AM (ET) - 1 PM (ET)

DAY 3: Strategic Communications

Tuesday, June 8

Morning Session: 10 AM (ET) - 12 PM (ET)

Afternoon Session: 2 PM (ET) - 4 PM (ET)

DAY 4: Leadership

Thursday, June 10

Morning Session: 10 AM (ET) - 12 PM (ET)

Afternoon Session: 2 PM (ET) - 4 PM (ET)

DAY 5: Strategic Communications & Seminar Recap

Friday, June 11

Morning Session: 10 AM (ET) - 1 PM (ET)


Location: Online

Registration and Tuition are required.

Group Discounts available, inquire by email at [email protected].


INSTRUCTORS:

DAYS 1, 2, 5:

Dr. Arthur Langer

Director, Center for Technology Management; Professor of Professional Practice; Program Director of the Executive Master of Science in Technology Management, Columbia University

Bio: https://ctm.columbia.edu/people/arthur-langer

DAY 2:

Dr. Hise Gibson, DBA

Colonel, United States Army

Academy Professor, United States Military Academy at West Point

Bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hisegibson/

DAY 3:

Arabella Pollack

Distinguished Lecturer and Director of the Certificate in Business Studies, Hunter College

Bio: http://econ.hunter.cuny.edu/arabella-pollack

Dr. Don Waisanen

Adjunct Lecturer, Columbia University

Bio: http://sps.columbia.edu/communication/executive-master-of-science-in-strategic-communication/faculty/don-waisanen

DAY 4:

Dr. Amanda Irvin

Director of Faculty Programs and Services, Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning

Bio: https://ctl.columbia.edu/about/team/amanda-irvin/

Dr. Suzanna Klaf

Associate Director, Faculty Programs and Services, Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning

Bio: https://ctl.columbia.edu/about/team/suzanna-klaf/

Phoebe Ballard

Executive Director of Online Learning Operations, Columbia University School of Professional Studies

Bio: https://academicaffairs.sps.columbia.edu/people/phoebe-ballard


SYLLABUS

DAY 1: Teaching Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures

Part 1 Topics

  1. Overview of the Seminar and Introductions of students
  2. Leading leadership models/theory and ethical challenges leaders encounter from the small team to national levels

Part 2 Topics

  1. How does character and virtue factor into leadership

DAY 2: Active Learning

Topics

  1. Latest uses of technology and media
  2. Overview of latest models/philosophies
  3. Drawing lessons learned from team-building events/capturing lessons learned

DAY 3: Strategic Communications

Part 1 Topics

  1. Strategic Communication
  2. Responsible Persuasion

Part 2 Topics

  1. Responsible Persuasion (continued)
  2. Strategic Storytelling

DAY 4: Leadership

Part 1 Topics

  1. Overview of latest models/philosophies
  2. Creating learning objectives that are measurable and tied to learning activities, assessment, and technologies
  3. Designing engaging learning activities
  4. Assessing student learning and providing substantive feedback
  5. Integrating and supporting the use of digital technologies

Part 2 Topics

  1. Inclusive Teaching Online

DAY 5: Strategic Communications & Seminar Recap

Topics

  1. Digital literacy implementation discussion
  2. Summary and conclusions