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1 hour
Interactive Event
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Classroom connections

Thurs April 29 // 10am PT

This event occured on Apr 29, 2021

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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 how Amy O'Keefe, Northwestern University, Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford University, and Jeff Eyet, UC Berkeley found success in creating meaningful connections with students in their classes. They share how to facilitate connections that enable students to achieve deeper learning ... and have fun too!

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Amy O'Keefe
Amy O'Keefe

Studio Directo & Design Lead, Northwestern University

Leticia Britos Cavagnaro
Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

Co-Director, University Innovation Fellows Program and Adjunct Professor, d.school, Stanford University

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