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Wednesday, December 2 • 11:40am - 12:00pm
How to Ride a Virtual Bike: Bring Experiential Learning to a Remote-First Environment

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We are social creatures who learn by social cues and repeated interactions. As a result, experiential learning is challenging to scale to an online environment, even when done methodically and deliberately. In the field of learning experience design, we strive to optimize these limited virtual interactions to enable students to effectively identify patterns in their environment that lead to favorable learning outcomes. This spring we had 48 hours to create that model for a vast majority of faculty who had little to no exposure to online teaching. This summer, we had (a little) time to catch our breath and came up with a highly effective workshop plan, to train 150+ teaching faculty and their course assistants on how best to deploy a number of experiential tools to their remote classes.

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Amy Ho

Sr. Learning Experience Designer, Haas Digital, UC Berkeley
Amy is excited about leveraging technology to design better learning experiences for learners both inside and outside of the classroom. Before joining Haas, she worked with the Education team at Girls Who Code, creating resources for their free after-school programs and consulting... Read More →
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Sara Sieteski

Executive Director, Haas Digital, Haas School of Business, University of California
Dr. Sieteski is responsible for leading teaching and learning technology initiatives and online learning strategy at Haas. She works with faculty partners and program staff in all aspects of content development and ongoing course operations. Prior to Haas, she spent 11 years working... Read More →
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Keeley Takimoto

Sr. Experiential Learning Designer, Haas Digital, UC Berkeley
Keeley is passionate about working with faculty on accessible, inclusive, and cutting-edge learning experiences to teach both quantitative and "soft" skills. She is delighted to continue as a Cal Bear after graduating from UC Berkeley in 2018 with a cognitive science degree and working... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2020 11:40am - 12:00pm PST
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