Friday, October 26, 2018 at Online
Starts at 12:00 PM · Ends at 12:45 PM, MST (America/Denver)
Incorporating Oral Presentations into a Fully Online Course
Presentation and public speaking skills are crucial to so many disciplines, yet few online students are given opportunity to speak. How might instructors foster presentation skills in their online classes? I’ll answer that question in this session, sharing my experience teaching fully online public speaking classes (with synchronous online speeches) and discussing how we can use the online learning environment more fully to our students’ benefit.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to identify practical strategies for converting the class to the online format and explain some of the pitfalls, problem-solving techniques, and benefits of an online public speaking class.
Attend this event in one of three ways:
- Online from anywhere (Webinar Registration - Zoom)
- From a regional hub (How to Attend)
- From an on-campus viewing room
- Mary Anne Sunseri
ProfessorMary Anne Sunseri is a part-time communication studies faculty member at Foothill College and San Jose State University. In addition to teaching, she also has experience working with forensics. She teaches all modes of instruction but has recently been working with the Online Education Initiative to teach a fully online public speaking course.