CASE STUDY: Not Your Everyday Classroom – Applying Simulations to Prepare Students for Real-World Situations

A session at The 6th Annual Summit on Education Technology Strategies for Colleges, Universities & K-12 Schools

  • Gina Alexandris
  • Katherine Turner
  • Brenda Massey-Beauregard
  • Maureen Glynn
  • Leonora Zefi

Wednesday 6th April, 2016

3:30pm to 4:15pm (EST)

From early morning emails with last minute requests from a Senior Law Partner, to urgent voice messages from "clients", the experiences and assignments undertaken by Ryerson LPP candidates represent a novel and progressive approach to teaching and learning. Find out how you can use simulations to prepare your students for the their future careers. Create a plan to:

-Implement blended modes of delivery
-Create an experiential learning environment
-Engage students and the community in the learning process

Walk away with a plan to use simulations as part of your curriculum.

About the speakers

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Gina Alexandris

Director, Law Practice Program, Ryerson University

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Katherine Turner

Trainer and Facilitator, Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre, Ryerson University

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Brenda Massey-Beauregard

Program Manager, Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre, Ryerson University

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Maureen Glynn

Instructional Designer with Digital Education Strategies, G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University

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Leonora Zefi

Manager of eLearning Initiatives and Course Development, The Chang School, Ryerson University

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Time 3:30pm4:15pm EST

Date Wed 6th April 2016

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Official event site

www.educationtechnologysummit.com

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