Thursday, September 7, 2017 at WebEx (Info to Come)
Starts at 2:00 PM · Ends at 3:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)
This fall, direct-to-college freshmen were born in 1999 and have grown up with the internet and ever growing digital resources. Many of you are considering how to select, use, and implement digital resources in a way that is both meaningful to your students and compliments your teaching style.
On Thursday, September 7th at 2PM EST, Professor Benjamin White and Macmillan Learning will host a 20-minute webinar where he will share his strategies and approaches to thinking about and incorporating digital resources effectively into his classes. A Q&A session will follow to address any questions you might have on these topics.
- Benjamin White
Professor of Psychology at Blinn CollegeBenjamin White - a professor of psychology at Blinn College - has been successfully incorporating digital assets into his courses for over seven years and has been at the forefront of utilizing technology in his courses to provide better educational opportunities for his students. He serves as the faculty fellow for the Center for Teaching and Learning at Blinn College, where he delivers professional development talks and workshops to faculty several times a semester on various aspects of pedagogy, teaching, presentation strategies, and learning. Benjamin also serves Blinn College as the curriculum resource team chair for the Department of Psychology and serves on the Strategic Planning committees for both the institution and division of social sciences. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology, both from Brandeis University in Waltham, MA. Prior to teaching, Benjamin has worked as a researcher and lab manager at Texas A&M University, Brandeis University and Harvard University, where he has done research on several topics in social neuroscience and visual learning.
WebEx (Info to Come)