November | 09 | 2021
New STEM Strategies for Post-Pandemic Campuses
Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eCampus News, Editor-at-Large
COVID has forced colleges and universities into the greatest beta test in the history of education. “That’s the way we’ve always done it” has turned into “We may as well try it.” And as traumatic and disruptive the past 18 months have been to the student and teacher experience on campus, new instructional innovations and techniques have also inspired and improved teaching and learning, whether in person, online, or blended—especially when it comes to STEM subjects.
Join eCampus News and a panel of experts on November 9, 2 PM EST, to discuss the instructional strategies and platforms that should remain once we return to whatever normal is. Topics will focus on the four categories of online STEM education including remote evaluation, blended learning, the importance of content, and the viability of teaching STEM 100% remote. Wherever your school is in its adoption of online teaching and delivery tools, and regardless of how your institution delivers online courses, this conversation should help in your progress.
Meet Your Speakers
Louise Krmpotic Louise Krmpotic
Vice President, Educational Enterprise in Enterprise Services
Louise is an expert in online learning with a math and educational background, as well as over 20 years of experience in educational technology, specializing in STEM subjects. She has been a member of several committees and panels on best practices in using technology in education and curriculum design and has presented at numerous conferences. Louise earned her Masters of Mathematics and Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. She also holds a Bachelor of Education from Althouse College, the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Ontario.
Kevin Hogan, eCampus News, Editor-at-Large
Kevin is a forward-thinking media executive with more than 25 years of experience building brands and audiences online, in print, and face to face. He is an acclaimed writer, editor, and commentator covering the intersection of society and technology, especially education technology.