Tuesday, December 01 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

Webinar | Teaching, Learning, and Student Success: 2020 in Retrospect and 2021 in Prospect

As a year draws to a close, it's customary to review the year's events and begin thinking about what might be in store for the coming year. In this webinar, ELI will continue its tradition of taking stock, this time framed by Covid-19, racial justice and equity issues, and other events that require us to restore, evolve, and transform. What takeaways can we glean by reviewing the postsecondary education shifts that took place in 2020? And what do these shifts portend for 2021? We'll be joined by community thought leaders, and we invite you to join us as well to add your thoughts to the conversation about what counted in 2020 and what will count in 2021.

Outcomes

  • Discuss key shifts in higher education teaching, learning, and student success in 2020
  • Consider the prospects for these domains in 2021
  • Explore the implications of these developments and prospects

Presenters

  • Bryan Alexander

    President, Bryan Alexander Consulting, LLC
  • Kim Arnold

    Senior Eval Consultant and LA Lead, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Phil Ventimiglia

    Chief Innovation Officer, Georgia State University
  • Alexa Wesley

    Associate Director for Research and Policy, NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

Resources & Downloads

  • Transcript

    641 KB, pdf - Updated on 12/4/2020
  • Recording

    Updated on 12/3/2020

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