EMEA Educational Webinar Series 2019

 

Your favorite Back to School webinar series is back!
The next school term is about to begin. Is your institution ready?

Echo360 is here with an updated series, developed to help instructors who want to engage their students with active learning technology. Join us for as many of our webinars below as you like and stay tuned for our upcoming webinars!

Echo360 Instructor Track

Session 1: How to Use Video to Personalize Learning in Your Course

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Tuesday, August 13th at 1:00 PM EST

View Webinar Recording

Who Should Attend: Instructors, Instructor Assistants and Instructional Support Staff

Length: 1 hour

Presenter: Jason Gildner

Now, you’ve created all of this video, but where do all the recordings go? How do you deliver your lecture content to students? Whether you want to send your students to your Learning Management System course page, your personal course website, or directly to Echo360—we’ve got the answer. See new and innovative ways you can manage, edit, share and assign content to students from the new Echo360 library.






Session 2: How to Use Interactivity to Optimize Student Engagement

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Thursday, August 15th, 2019 at 1:00 PM EST
View Webinar Recording

Who Should Attend: Instructors, Instructor Assistants and Instructional Support Staff

Length: 1 hour

Presenter: John Couperthwaite

Are your students paying attention in class? When you ask the class a question, is there an awkward silence? Do you want immediate feedback on their understanding of concepts? Energize your presentations while engaging students with Echo360 polling activities and get immediate feedback on their comprehension. In this session, you’ll learn how to add polls to your presentations and launch them during or outside of class. We’ll show you how to leverage a discussion feed to drive interaction amongst students so you’ll have them participating in your lecture instead of socializing on Instagram in no time!

Session 3: How to Get the Most Out of Your Student Analytics

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Thursday, August 22nd at 1:00 PM EST
View Webinar Recording

Who Should Attend: Instructors, Instructor Assistants and Instructional Support Staff

Length: 1 hour

Presenter: Jason Gildner

Do you know how to leverage student analytics to your advantage by tailoring the learning experience for each of your students? After you have mastered delivery and engaging students with Echo360, you will learn the student perspective and how to configure your Echo360 real time analytics settings to create reporting based on the way you expect them to participate. Learn how to correlate engagement data with grades in the LMS to track if students are improving. Discover how to identify struggling students who may need remediation as early as the first class.

 

 


Presented by:

Jason GildnerJason GildnerCustomer Success Manager, Echo360
Jason Gildner has spent over 15 years working at universities, most recently at Coastal Carolina University, managing audio/visual, capture, faculty education, and adoption of Echo360 and other instructional technologies within the university before joining the Echo360 team. Jason’s instructional technology background provides a unique set of skills that allows for him to communicate efficiently on a multitude of levels. Mr. Gildner’s ability to understand faculty needs and strong product knowledge, allows him to meet needs immediately.

John CouperthwaiteJohn Couperthwaite, Education Specialist, Echo360
John Couperthwaite is an education specialist at Echo360 with a focus on enhancing the educational implementation and growth of active learning in the EMEA region, covering promotions, pre-sales, training and community. The role involves collaboration with a global team on product development, strategy and support, offering valuable insights into wider educational trends and business relationships with HEIs. Previously, John worked as a learning consultant with PebblePad, and as an Educational Technology Manager for a large health-focused academic college at the University of Birmingham, providing a strategic lead for technology enhanced learning.