Proposal Title

The Role of Class “Co-Hosts” – Contributing to creating Student Engagement in On-line classes

Presentation Type

Short (15 minute) synchronous

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16-2-2021 3:10 PM

End Date

16-2-2021 3:30 PM

Proposal Abstract

Presentation Title: The Role of Class “Co-Hosts” – Contributing to creating Student Engagement in On-line classes For the TPC presentation proposed, I would like to share my successful use of “co-hosts” for online synchronously delivered courses on Zoom. Since March of last year, I have included student “Co-Hosts” when delivering courses in the School of Business and Economics. This includes courses offered through TRU in the undergraduate, graduate, and international programs. During the presentation, I would like to share my knowledge regarding: Introducing this student role (and how it contributes to their “Class participation” mark), and my expectations for this role. Benefits for: Students serving in this role Students also on line in the class Instructors delivering classes using co hosts Additional information around this role that I would like to share include: Student introductions Students providing their “Joke(s) of the Day” Number of co-hosts / class (ranging from 1-8 people)

Statement

  • Theme: Beyond the Usual: Lemonade from Lemons in COVID
  • I believe this presentation will contribute to participants awareness of how an example of how student engagement can be increased through online learning.

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Feb 16th, 3:10 PM Feb 16th, 3:30 PM

The Role of Class “Co-Hosts” – Contributing to creating Student Engagement in On-line classes

Presentation Title: The Role of Class “Co-Hosts” – Contributing to creating Student Engagement in On-line classes For the TPC presentation proposed, I would like to share my successful use of “co-hosts” for online synchronously delivered courses on Zoom. Since March of last year, I have included student “Co-Hosts” when delivering courses in the School of Business and Economics. This includes courses offered through TRU in the undergraduate, graduate, and international programs. During the presentation, I would like to share my knowledge regarding: Introducing this student role (and how it contributes to their “Class participation” mark), and my expectations for this role. Benefits for: Students serving in this role Students also on line in the class Instructors delivering classes using co hosts Additional information around this role that I would like to share include: Student introductions Students providing their “Joke(s) of the Day” Number of co-hosts / class (ranging from 1-8 people)