Friday, January 29, 2021
9:00 A.M. PST
2020 saw teachers of all stripes (some who professed being novices to technology) rise to the challenge of online learning. They met the demands of an extraordinary time, as did their students.
And they did so much more—virtual office hours where no business could be discussed, online games, parties, graduations.
That online expertise can be daunting for those who teach online only occasionally, so BJI collected some resources and tips for those “occasional teachers” who seek to make their online presentations more interactive.
Join Berkeley Judicial Institute’s
Director of Judicial Education Denise Neary
Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor and Richard R. Lee Endowed Professor of Law Beth Thornburg
as they consider some tips and techniques (break-out rooms, chat, games, polls) the “occasional” teacher can borrow to make online teaching more engaging and fun.
Review BJI’s interactivity tips and tricks document here