HEIS Webinar: Pedagogy Potluck: A Show and Tell

When:  Jun 29, 2021 from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (ET)


Hello HEISters! Coming the June 29th at noon CDT, from the people who brought you the Are Hybrid Classes Possible? discussion, it’s Pedagogy Potluck: A show-and-tell of what has worked for you in online classes and assessment. At the end of our last discussion, you said what you would like to talk about most is what works in online teaching and assessment. We believe all you geniuses have at least one trick up your sleeve that works, so come share it live over lunch or feel free to just watch. Come fill up on epiphany and inspiration! Sharing will be made available to anyone who wants to share. See you there!


Deany Goode is Co-Chair Elect for the Higher Education Interest Section. She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Missouri - Kansas City and an MA in TESL from the University of Central Missouri. She has been teaching ESL at urban community colleges for 12 years. She currently teachers at Metropolitan Community College Kansas City - PennValley. In her free time, she ballroom dances and facilitates philosophy discussions for a non-profit called Grey Havens in Longmont, Colorado. Her biggest achievement so far is the development of her Grammar Hymnal, a series of songs and dances that facilitate the learning of grammar to get the brain ready to learn, is easy to remember, and reduces anxiety. Her ultimate goal is to study music, movement, and language in the brain. (Although she does independent research now.)


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