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Getting Minds to Meet: How to Have Outstanding Class Discussions

Online Webinar
Tuesday, 24 May 2022, 1200–1300

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Getting Minds to Meet: How to Have Outstanding Class Discussions

Cheryldee Huddleston
Michelle Morneau
GWC Writing Coaches

Fred Wehling
Senior Instructional Designer, GEAC

Discussions are one of the most engaging and effective learning activities in any course. However, generating questions and facilitating interaction that encourages active participation from all students can be challenging.

Join us as GWC Writing Coaches Cheryldee Huddleston and Michelle Morneau and GEAC Senior Instructional Designer Fred Wehling share guidelines and suggestions on how to have fascinating discussions in onsite, distance learning, and hybrid classrooms, including:

  • Objectives for a discussion
  • Theory, principle, and application questions
  • Synchronous and asynchronous discussions
  • Guidelines for facilitation
  • Role-playing simulation: Discussing a controversial topic

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