With in-person learning greatly diminished during the pandemic, where does active learning stand now and where is it headed? For the answer to this question and others on post-pandemic education, check out this second in a series of on-demand virtual forums hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. During this session, The Chronicle shares findings from their research on high school and college students’ expectations of their educational experience during and after Covid-19.
A panel of learning experts, including Eric Mazur of Harvard University, joins Adobe and The Chronicle of Higher Education to discuss how the digital transformation of higher ed affected the push for active learning, how technology can help or hurt this effort, and what active learning could look like this fall, whether classes are in-person, remote, or hybrid.
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