Noticing and Wondering in Mixed Reality: How to Enrich Classroom Conversations Webinar
Are you curious to find out more about what it’s like to incorporate Mursion into your program, including how to recruit and train your own simulation specialist? Come hear AACTE member institution Southern Methodist University (SMU) share their experiences as a licensee of the Mursion simulation platform during the Education Roundtable on Tuesday, June 23, at 1:00 p.m. ET. Register to attend (or to receive the link to the recording of the event).
The webinar will feature SMU’s Jillian Conry, research and evaluation coordinator, and Paige Ware, associate dean and professor of education. They will share how Mursion can be used in a number of flexible ways: as a tool for practicing skills and receiving feedback, as a way to evaluate specific teaching competencies, and as a way to create shared experiences that enrich classroom conversations.
In this session, they will highlight key lessons they have learned over the last two years from integrating Mursion in ways that deepen class discussions. Using an example from a scenario of parent-teacher conferences, they will showcase three specific strategies that support teachers in noticing and wondering about their teaching practice in ways that lead to more equitable and responsive approaches to their practice. Throughout this interactive session, participants will have multiple opportunities to participate and interact.
Register now for the “Noticing and Wondering in Mixed Reality: How to Enrich Classroom Conversations” webinar on June 23 at 1:00 p.m. ET.
Monika Jo is a learning partner at Mursion.
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