During the weekend of October 6 - 8, I attended Magna’s Teaching with Technology conference in Baltimore, MD. My expectations were to acquire additional information and resources that I could immediately take into the classroom for a more productive and exciting classroom experience. I am always concerned about the quality of my teaching, ways to better prepare my students for success, and how technology can serve as a tool to accomplish both goals.
The conference did not disappoint. The highlight was the pre-conference workshop conducted by Barbi Honeycutt (@barbihoneycutt) and Sarah Glova (@chirpsbysarah) on the topic of “Tools to Engage Students in Flipped, Blended, and Online Courses”. I anticipate using the skills and resources acquired in their workshop for years to come.