How video can deepen the impact of blended learning
This webinar is part of our Voices from the Field series. Join us for interactive discussions from education practitioners across K-12 and higher education. Plus, there's a special offer for attendees!Register Now!
Join us for a panel discussion on Tuesday, February 15th. The panel will feature faculty who have incorporated video in creative and unique ways to support their students in blended and hybrid learning environments. The discussion will include:
- Effective uses of video to support instruction
- Key attributes of creating great instructional videos
- How to think about where video best fits in your curriculum
- Examples of effective videos
The webinar starts at 2 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. GMT. Register now!
Special offer for webinar attendees
All attendees will be eligible for a complimentary 30-day Prezi EDU Plus Upgrade and a 15% discount for Prezi for Teams, Prezi’s subscription offering for schools, departments, and groups who want to collaborate, manage shared content and presentations, access deeper content analytics, and other premium features. *Please note: Prezi for Teams discounts only apply for 10 or more users.
Dr. Allison Upshaw
Assistant Professor, Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, ALView Biography
Dr. Allison Upshaw
Assistant Professor, Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, ALAllison is a trained opera singer and professional actress. Her doctorate is in interdisciplinary studies of performance, education, and arts-based research methods. When she’s not teaching or performing, she’s a professional procrastibaker and caregiver for her 91-year-old mom.
Visiting Editor in Residence, School of Journalism, Michigan State UniversityView Biography
Visiting Editor in Residence, School of Journalism, Michigan State UniversityJoe teaches journalism at Michigan State University with a focus on multimedia reporting, editing for print and digital, career branding, and a course that publishes books introducing diverse communities.
Teaching Professor, Designer, and Director of the Beyond Boundaries Program at Washington University in St. LouisView Biography
Teaching Professor, Designer, and Director of the Beyond Boundaries Program at Washington University in St. LouisRob is in his 11th year of teaching at Washington University in St. Louis, where he is also the Director of the Beyond Boundaries Program, which allows students to tackle 21st Century challenges by encouraging intellectual exploration across disciplines and divisions with an interdisciplinary mindset. Rob also designs professionally in the areas of theatre, film, museum, and theme park venues.
Prezi Teacher in ResidenceView Biography
Prezi Teacher in Residence
Paul has worked in education for over 25 years as a teacher and in education technology companies. He is the founder of Education Impact Exchange. He taught English Language Arts and ran after-school technology programs for K-8 students. Paul holds a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Washington.