April 29, 2021

Classroom Connections Webinar Recap

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Classroom Connections webinar

In a remote and hybrid world, educators have been stretched like never before to try and build community by intentionally crafting connections in their digital classroom.

Learn from Amy O'Keefe, Northwestern University, Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford University, and Jeff Eyet, UC Berkeley how to facilitate connections that enable students to achieve deeper learning ... and have fun too!

Watch the full replay:

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Classroom Connections presentation mural
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Not enough time for the entire recording? We get it — check out the recap of each speaker

Classroom Connections — Connect Through Design Thinking

Jeff Eyet, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley

Learn from Jeff!

Check out Jeff’s Template: One Hour Design Workshop 

Classroom Connections — Small, Medium, and Large Ways to Engage

Amy O’Keefe, Segal Design Institute, Northwestern University

Learn from Amy!

Check out Amy’s mural: S, M, L Ways to Engage

Classroom Connections — I Love Constraints (and Why You Should Too)

Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University 

Learn from Leticia!

Check out Leticia’s murals and extra resources:  
Brainstorming with Constraints // Individual and Team Template
Pedagogical Levers DJ Board
Creative Agency Assessment Tool
Keeping People at the Center in Virtual Teaching and Learning
Stanford d.school's Teaching and Learning Studio program

👉 MURAL is free for students, professors, and teachers to use in the classroom. Check out www.mural.co/education to get started with MURAL and make your classes more collaborative, inclusive, and fun!

Emma Schnee

Emma is a marketing specialist at MURAL focusing on Education and Nonprofits. She is passionate about the intersection of social impact and design.

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