Leveraging Supplemental Resources to Engage, Empower, Elevate, and Extend: Higher Education: Webinar
Supplemental resources are additional items we provide our students to support their learning. Often nonrequired, these resources can have an impact on student learning. When used for optional activities, these supplemental resources can motivate students to explore topics of interest to them, helping them to take ownership of their learning. By taking away the stress that comes with additional requirements, students are left with the freedom to choose their learning.
The key is carefully selecting the right resources and embedding them in the right places, whether your courses are online, face-to-face, or a hybrid mixture of both.
Join instructional designer Waneta Hebert to explore what supplemental resources are and how they can be leveraged in any academic-level course modality to:
- Engage students with the power of choice.
- Empower students to explore their interests.
- Elevate struggling students with additional support.
- Extend high-achieving students to new heights.
About Waneta Hebert:
Waneta Hebert is an instructional designer and lecturer with a Bachelor of Science in Education from Kent State University, a Master of Education from the University of Houston, and she is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education at Sam Houston State University. With experience on all sides of instruction—as the designer, the instructor, and the student—Waneta is an expert in course design and instructional technology in K–12 through higher education, online, face-to-face, and nearly everything in between.