Engaging students with technology

David Grey (UKAT)
George Steele (The Ohio State University

Tuesday, September 01, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM

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Session Outline


Prepare yourself for supporting your students remotely from September with this workshop which focuses on purposefully choosing technologies that promote student engagement in remote personal tutoring/academic advising.

Participants will:

  • use UKAT’s Top Ten Tips for Remote Tutoring as a framework to evaluate their use of technology and means of engaging tutees
  • use Universal Design and Intentionality and Advising and Technology models as perspectives to evaluate their interactions with students at a distance
  • identify their familiarity with technologies available at their institution

Competencies
This session addresses the following competencies of the UKAT Professional Framework for Advising and Tutoring
I6 - Campus and community resources that support student success
I7 - Data and information technology applicable to tutoring
P1 - Create and support environments that consider the needs and perspectives of students, and respect individual learners
P3 - Commit to students, colleagues, and their institutions through engagement in continuing professional development, scholarly enquiry, and the evaluation of professional practices

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